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Warrengate Medical Centre, Upper Warrengate, Wakefield, WF1 4PRTel: 01924 371011
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MB BS (India) 1998, DFFP
MBBS DRCOG (London) 2001, MRCGP, BSc
I joined Warrengate Medical Centre in June 2006 soon after completing my GP training and have been here since! I started as a salaried GP and now I am one of the Partners. I have a special interest in Palliative care and cancer care. I am also the FY2 trainer at the practice during their 4 month placement.
In my spare time I enjoy travelling and going to the theatre with family and friends. I also enjoy long walks and running when I have the time.
Qualifications MBChB & MRCGP
I did my GP training at Warrengate Medical Centre and then became a salaried GP when I finished my training. I love the practice and the work we do and as a result became a Partner in 2020.
I am the THG lead which means that I represent our views within our local area to ensure that our patients gets the very best care. I have an interest in how we use new technology to aid and facilitate patient care so I am constantly on the lookout for how we can improve things. I also perform joint injections.
I have recently had a little boy who certainly keeps me busy!
MBBS (2008), MRCOG Part 1, DRCOG, MRCGP (2019), DFSRH
I am the most recently appointed partner and as a previous Obstetrics and Gynaecology trainee, I have a special interest in women's sexual and contraceptive health. I also perform minor surgery and joint injections. I am soon to become a GP trainer, allowing me to support our future GPs.
On off days I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, going out for meals and burning off the subsequent calories at the gym.
I am a part-time salaried GP here at Warrengate Medical Centre. I have an interest in Medical Education. I have recently qualified as a GP trainer and will help to train future GPs. I am working as a Health Inequalities Lead for the PCN and have an interest in Information Technology and the future of technology in GP practice.
I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, going out for meals and relaxing if I get the chance.
I am a salaried GP with an interest in Men's health. I have a background of working in different surgical specialities before opting to become a GP.
Specialist Nurse Practitioner
Specialist interests - Long term conditions such as COPD/Asthma/Diabetes.
Treatment Room Nurse
My special interests are around long term conditions such as Diabetes, Asthma and COPD.
Deputy Practice Manager
District Nursing TeamCommunity Midwife
As a Care-Ordinator Claire is here to offer support with cancer reviews, dementia reviews and learning disability reviews.
A few examples of things she is here to help with;
Meals on wheels
Information on care costs
People having falls
People having trouble filling forms out
If you have any further questions regarding our Care Co-Ordinator please contact the surgery.