MA MB BCh (1989) MRCGP
Alison qualified from Cambridge University in 1989. She has worked abroad for a few years and has been an expedition doctor. She has a special interest in mountain medicine, child health and is the safeguarding lead for the practice. She did her trainee year at the practice in 1994 and joined as a partner in 1996. She has been an under graduate tutor and is intending to start training in 2015. She is married with 3 children and a small holding.
BSc Hons MB BCh (1990) MRCOG DCH MRCGP
Hanif joined as a Partner in January 2000. He studied medicine at St Andrew's University and Cardiff. He was a GP Registrar in Southampton in 1995. He went on to work in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in Hampshire and Essex. He has a special interest in women's health. He is the practice lead on computing and IT. He is fluent in Hindi and Urdu.
MBchB (2006) Bsc. hons MRCGP DFSRHOriginally from Belast, Mark studied Medicine at Liverpool University. He graduated in 2006 and went on to complete his GP training there. After relocating to Oxfordshire he joined St Bartholomew’s as a partner in 2014. He enjoys all aspects of general practice, with particular interests in family planning and teaching.
MBBS (1990), MRCGP, DGM
Huma joined the practice in July 2014. She has worked in department of Elderly Care at the John Radcliffe Hospital before she trained as a GP.
Her special interests include women's health and care of Elderly. She is fluent in Urdu, Punjabi and Hindi.
MBBS (2009) BSc Hons DRCOG MRCGP
Adam qualified from Kings College London in 2009 and went on to complete his postgraduate training in the Oxford Deanery. He joined the practice as a full time Salaried GP in August 2014 and has a special interest in ENT and Mental Health. He is the practice lead for cardiovascular disease. He has 2 young children and enjoys running and playing the concertina!
Sarah went to St Barts Medical School in East London and graduated in 2009. She worked in London for a few years before moving to Kettering to complete her GP training. She qualified in August 2015 and returned to Oxford her home town. She joined the practice as a Salaried GP and she has an interest in Diabetes, and Women’s Health. She can speak Arabic as a second language.
BSc (Hons) MBBS (2012) DFSRH MRCGP
Carol graduated from Imperial College London and worked in Dorset for her foundation years and in Oxfordshire for her GP training. She joined the practice in October 2017 and has an interest in mental health and women’s health.
Hons MRCGP (2012) DRCOG PGDip Derm
Debbie studied Medicine at the University of Liverpool, and she completed her GP training there in 2012. Following this she continued to develop her special interest in Dermatology by completing the Postgraduate Diploma in Dermatology and an associated Dermoscopy course at Cardiff University. In 2014 she moved to Oxfordshire and has been working as a GP, a medical student tutor and at times a Clinical Assistant in Dermatology at the Churchill Hospital. Debbie joined St. Bartholomew's in November 2017. Outside of work she is kept busy by her little girl.
Senior Lead Nurse
Receptionists provide an important link for patients with the practice and are your initial contact point for general enquiries. They can provide basic information on services and results and direct you to the right person depending on your health issue or query. Receptionists make most of the patient appointments with the GPs and nurses. They also perform other important tasks such as issuing repeat prescriptions and dealing with prescription enquiries, dealing with financial claims, dealing with patient records and carrying out searches and practice audits.
Tel: 01865 221696
A midwife from the John Radcliffe Hospital shares antenatal care with the doctors. She sees you in the surgery for a one hour appointment when you are about 10 weeks pregnant and will plan the rest of your antenatal care at that time.
Based at the East Oxford health Centre
District nurses provide skilled assessment and nursing care to housebound adults, their families and carers. The service includes palliative and end-of-life care, management of long term conditions, wound care and continence advice and management.
The daytime service is available 7 days a week between 08:00 and 16:30.
Out of hours, the service can be contacted on 0845 345 8995.
Based at the East Oxford Health Centre
Health Visitors offer antenatal education and postnatal care to expectant mothers as well as care for children under 5. They visit babies 10 to 14 days after birth and thereafter see mother and baby at the surgery. They offer parenting advice for children up to 18 years and support or referral for post-natal depression.
Clinics are held at East Oxford Heath Centre on Thursday mornings for child health and pre-school immunisations.
Telephone: 01865 264967.
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