MBBS BSc (1992) MRCGP DFFP
MBBS (1981) MRCGP DFFP PLAB (1993)
MBBS (1983) LRCP LRCS LRCPS DRCOG DFFP
(1993) MRCGP DFFP
MBBS MRCGP (2009) DRCOG DFFP
We are a training practice. Registrars are qualified doctors who have to do three years' extra training to become a general practitioner. Two years are spent in hospital and the third year in a practice. Registrars have full responsibility and will be placed on the rota; they work closely with one of the other doctors.
Students are not qualified doctors. They work with the practice as part of their training to become doctors. If you do not wish a student to be present you are at liberty to refuse.
The practice nurses provide general nursing care, dressings, ear syringing, removal of sutures and treatment of minor cuts and sprains. They also run various clinics promoting prevention of ill health and perform routine blood tests, immunisations, cervical smears and family planning.
The practice manager plans future developments and has overall responsibility for the administration of the practice.
The senior team leader supports the administrator in ensuring the smooth running of the practice and deals with minor queries.
The midwives assist with the antenatal clinic on Wednesdays and will visit you after you have had your baby.
There is a district nursing team attached to the practice that is primarily available to give nursing care to patients in their homes at the request of the doctors.
Health visitors are highly trained nurses who give care and advice to families and their younger children under five. Health visitors are based at Willesden Centre for health and care.
Copyright 2006 - 2019 My Surgery Website | Privacy & Usage | Edit | Staff Home | Site Map | Accessibility | Site T&C's | Service T&C's