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Sharing of Medical records

Information Commisioners Office have given advice in relation to recent concerns about the sharing of patient medical records held by GP's. Please click on link below for further information.

Advice to GP's

Update on the current position with the TPP SystmOne Enhanced Data Sharing Model (eDSM)

Please Click on the link below to get the recent update from the NWL Clinical Commissioning Group

NWL Clinical Commisssioning Group Update on sharing records


Please find information about the ZIKA virus.

F2 and Registrar doctors

- As a training practice we also have a foundation year 2 Dr, who is qualified however works a rotation of 4 months in general practice. The F2 Dr offers 7 sessions each week.

We also train registrar Drs who work with us on a 6 month rotation. These Drs offer 6 sessions each week.


- Members of the team also speak second languages; Spanish, Bengali, French, Gujarati, Hindi, Arabic, Turkish, Russian, Lithuanian. Please ask at reception for further information. 


The nurses see patients at the Centre for minor complaints, minor injuries, dressings, suture removal, blood pressure and urine checks, blood tests, regular injections, ear syringing, cervical smears, contraceptive advice, sexual health advice, dietary advice and help with giving up smoking. They run the monitoring programmes for asthma, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease and epilepsy and are active in Health Promotion. They offer vaccinations and travel advice. All services by appointment. For telephone advice, contact them between 12.00 and 12.30pm. The nurses work on the days shown in brackets.
Marco Salvador (m)

RGN ,BSc Econ,MSc (Fridays)

Ms Kelly Hunt (f)

RGN,BSc Practice Nurse (Tues,Wed,Thurs)

Mrs Karen Sanderson (f)

RGN Deg/Psy   1996 France

Healthcare Assistants

Saiqa Hameed (f)
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