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DOCTORS

     

Dr Paul Hassan  (Senior Partner)

Male. Works 4 sessions a week.

MBBS London (1976).  DRCOG (1980).  MRCGP (1983).

Monday- Tuesday 08.30- 17.00

Dr Azhar Hafeez  (Partner)

Male. Works 8 sessions a week.

MBBS (1999).  MRCS (2003).  MRCGP (2010).

Monday-Wednesday/ Friday 08.30-17.00

Dr Nasir Hannan  (Partner)

Male. Works 8 sessions a week.

MBChB (2005).  MRCGP (2010).  Dip Derm (2011).

Monday, Thursday and Friday 08.30-17.00

Wednesday 08.30-18.00

Dr Nadeem Hussain  (Partner)

Male. Works 8 sessions a week.

BSc Pharmacology (2006).  MBBS (2009).  RCGP (2015).

Specialities:  ENT.  Manouvres associated with Vertigo.  Nasal Cauterisation.

Wednesday- Friday 08.30-17.00

Dr Mamta Bhatt (Salaried GP)

Female. Works 5 sessions a week.

MBBS (1995).  DRCOG (1999).  MRCGP (1999).  DFSRH (1999).  LoCIUD oC SDI (2008).

Tuesday 09.00-18.00

Thursday 09.00-13.00

Friday 09.00-14.30

Dr Harsha Master (Salaried GP)

Female. Works 4 sessions a week.

Bse (2001).  MBBS (2003).  MRCGP (2008).  DFSRH (2008)

Monday 09.00-1800

Wednesday 09.00-16.30

Dr Vijaya Ravikumar  (Salaried GP)

Female. Works 6 Sessions a week.

MBBS (1982).  DCH (1989).  MRCGP (2008).

Tuesday-Thursday 09.00-16.30

Click on the link for further information   Doctor' Qualifications Explained


Community Midwives

The midwives share the antenatal and postnatal care of our patients with the doctors, both in the surgery and at home.

Community Nurses

Patients confined to their homes who require nursing help can be seen by the community nurses attached to this practice. They are part of a team within NHS Bedfordshire.

Health Visitors

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old

with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.

 
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