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**BREAST SCREENING PROGRAMME - the NHS Breast screening programme will be sending out invites from the end of September 2019 to female patients aged 50-70 years old.  It is IMPORTANT that you attend this screening as it can save lives from breast cancer.  The screening can find breast cancers at an early stage when they are too small to see of feel.  For more information go to the Further Information box at the bottom right hand side of this screen and click on Breast Screening Programme 2019.**

Doctors

Dr Sharif Uddin (m)

Dr Uddin is one of our male GP Partners and has been with the practice since February 2012.

He offers a full general practice service and he has a special interest in Diabetes.  He is one of the practices GP Trainers.  

Dr Saeedah Anwar (f)

Dr Anwar is one our female GP Partner and has been with the practice since March 2013.

She offers a full general practice service.  She is one of the practices GP Trainers.

 

 

Dr Priya Mistry (f)

Dr Mistry is our salaried doctor. She has been at the practice since August 2018.

She started as one of our trainee doctor in the last year of her studies.

She joined the practice as permanent doctor in August 2019.

She offers general practice care.

Dr Aiyub Nakhuda (m)

Dr Nakhuda is our GP Registrar Doctor (Year 3) from February 2019.  He will be working at the practice for 12 months.

GP registrars,  are fully qualified and registered doctors, ie they have passed out of medical school and completed their 2 years of preregistration in hospital and been admitted as fully registered doctors on to the GMC list.

All GP registrars must undergo this training before they can become fully qualified GPs in their own right.

We are also a training practice and support newly qualified doctors to gain experience of general practice work and also doctors who have decided to work in general practice.

 
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