Dr Gillian Pickavance (Female) – Qualifications: MB,ChB (1990 Birmingham) MRCGP, DRCOG, DCH, DFSRH
Dr Assad Nazir (Male) – Qualifications: MBBS (1995 Pakistan) MRCGP
Dr Nadia Badr (Female) – Qualifications: MRCGP, DCH, DRCOG, MBBS (1999 Pakistan)
Publication of GP Earnings
The practice participates in the training of doctors pursuing a career in general practice. These doctors are fully qualified and may have several years’ experience in hospital medicine. Whilst they are with us we like them to participate fully in the medical care offered by the practice. We value our training status and the contribution that these doctors make to the practice.
When booking an appointment you may be asked if you would consult with one of our Registrars. We are confident that they will give our patients modern, effective and caring treatment.
Video Recording – Registrars are required to video some consultations to enable us to assess their performance. You may be asked if you would mind your consultation being recorded. Video recording will only take place if you consent to it.
Jan Cox - Advanced Nurse Practitioner
Mrs Georgina Birch
Health Care Assistant
Practice Manager – Victoria Roddie
Office Manager – Janette
Receptionists – Namarita, Nici, Teresa, Sophie, Berni, Debbie, Pam
Administration – Moira, Helen, Jacqui, Cameron
Community Healthcare Staff
District Nurses – South/West Locality Team
District nurses visit patients who are housebound and need nursing attention. Usually a doctor makes the initial referral.
Health Visitors are based at Whitmore Reans Health Centre and can be contacted on 441057.
Health visitors give advice on health care, weights, feeding advice, general baby care advice, routine checks and behaviour problems advice to parents and carers of infants and young children and health care advice to the elderly and those with disabilities.
Midwives based at New Cross Hospital Maternity Unit, can be contacted on 01902 643011.
For the care of mother during pregnancy and for mother and baby for the first month of life.
The midwife holds a clinic every Monday morning from 9.00am until 11.30am for ladies who are more than 10 weeks pregnant – for help and advice in all aspects of antenatal care, antenatal classes, general queries about pregnancy and delivery and care of mother during delivery. Available at the surgery antenatal Clinic or by telephone.
Once your pregnancy has been confirmed it is important to book an appointment with the midwife who will then monitor you throughout your pregnancy.