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Dr Law & PartnersWetmore Road Surgery12 Wetmore RoadBurton on TrentStaffordshire, DE14 1SLTel: 01283 564848
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MRCGP, DRCOG, (1992 Leicester)
Steve is the lead partner for the IT within the practice. He has an interest in minor surgery, sports injuries and joint injections.
MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH (1990 Leicester)
Suzanne is the lead partner for Practice Staffing and Personnel. She has an interest in Womens Health and Palliative Care.
MRCGP, PGCME (1996 Leeds)
David is the lead partner for education and training, including supervising the trainee doctors in the surgery. He has an interest in Mens Health.
Outside the practice he also has a role as organiser of the programme of education for all trainee GPs in the region.
MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH (2005 Leicester)
Mellanie is the lead partner for the GP Contract. She has an interest in Contraception and Sexual Health.
MB BCH BAO, MRCGP, MSc (Primary Health Care Studies), PGA Medical Education, DFSRH & LoC MedEd (Dublin 1995)
Ajitha is a GP Trainer and a registered trainer for the FRSH (previously known as the Faculty of Family Planning). She also enjoys teaching medical students communication and consultation skills which are essential to General Practice.
She is particularly interested in Clinical Commissioning and is keenly involved in this within the locality in order to help provide quality health care to meet the needs of the local community.
In addition, Ajitha is an examiner for the medical school at Warwick University and a GP Appraiser for South Staffs PCT which involves annual review of other GPs to ensure good and safe practice.
MBChB, MRCGP (2015 Sheffield)
Karen joined the practice as our newest partner in April 2017. She has an interest in Womens Health and Palliative Care
Louise joined the practice as our newest doctor in July 2017. She has an interest in Children's Health and Palliative Care.
MRCGP, MBChB (Wolverhampton 2017)
Niral has joined the team as our newest doctor in October 2018. He has an interest in Mental Health.
MBChB (2005 Birmingham) MRCGP, DRCOG
Tayyiba completed her final year of GP Training at the practice in 2015 and returned to the practice in October 2018 as locum doctor to cover a period of maternity. She will be joining the practice as a permanent doctor from September 2019. She has an interest in women's health and children's health.
Advanced Nurse Practitioner
Has extensive experience working in a GP Practice, medicine and predominately A&E. He has also worked in Primary Care since 2015. On a daily basis he deals with minor illness and injuries.
Available by appointment 8.30am to 5.20pm weekdays.
The practice nurses are responsible for child and travel vaccinations, health checks, cervical smears, ear syringing, family planning and warfarin monitoring.
The Practice Nurses monitor long term conditions such as diabetes, asthma and high blood pressure.
They can also discuss your lifestyle to become healthier by, for instance, stopping smoking, reducing your weight, changing your diet and drinking less alcohol.
Each of the nurses are able to deal with all of your nursing problems. They each have special interests and skills as listed below.
Nurse Manager, Anti-coagulation Lead
Community Support Nurse
Junior Practice Nurse
Trainee Nursing Associate
The administration team work behind the screens providing clerical support to the Partners and other clinicians.
The receptionists’ job is to ease the flow of consultations of patients with the doctors and nurses so we can see as many as possible within the working day.
Antenatal Clinics: Mondays and Wednesdays from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm by appointment, providing a full service to pregnant women.
Pre-pregnancy advice is also available. Parent-craft classes and aqua natal classes are available on request.
The Community Matron works with patients who have long term conditions and are classed as high intensity users. These are usually patients with complex needs and several unplanned hospital admissions the previous year. The aim is to enable the patient to self manage their conditions more effectively.
The District Nurses provide nursing treatment and care to the housebound and patients recently discharged from hospital at the ward's request.
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