DR LIONEL MILLS
Partner BM BS 1984 University of Nottingham
DR LAURA PUGH
Partner MB ChB 1988 University of Birmingham
DR JONATHAN BOWN
Partner MB BS 2004 University of London
DR REBECCA WHITELAW
Partner MB ChB 2001 University of Birmingham
DR MANPREET SAROYA
Partner MB ChB 1995 University of Liverpool
DR JAMES PARSONS
Salaried GP MB ChB 2012 University of Birmingham
DR ELIZABETH BATES
Salaried GP MB ChB 2007 University of Birmingham
DR ELINOR STANTON
BM 1988 University of Southampton
DR FATIMAZAHRA THAROO
MB ChB 2012 University of Birmingham
General Practice Registrars
The practice provides general practice experience to doctors who have completed their hospital training and are preparing to enter general practice. They work as members of the practice team of doctors and are usually attached to the practice for 6 or 12 months.
The practice has Advanced Nurse Practitioner’s (ANP), who are able to assess, diagnose, prescribe and treat many conditions in much the same way as the doctor.
A fully qualified team of practice nurses experienced in general practice, who work in support of the doctors providing nursing care for patients at the surgery. They are available by appointment from Monday to Friday.
Overall Management of the Practice structure.
A team of receptionists work under the guidance of the Reception Manager. Receptionists are available to deal with enquiries during the surgery opening hours. These are 08:00 to 18:30, Monday to Friday and alternate Saturday's, 08:30 to 11:30.
Responsible for the smooth running of the reception area on a day-to-day basis.
Each doctor in the practice has an assigned secretary. If you need to speak to your GP or make an enquiry, the receptionist will put you through to the relevant secretary who will advise you accordingly. Please note that our secretaries work part-time and the best time to contact them will be between 09:00 and 13:00 Monday to Friday.
A team of qualified nurses, some of whom have undertaken a post-graduate course in district nurse training, practise from the medical centre. Health care is provided for patients referred by doctors or hospitals. They can be contacted on 0845 002 0136.
Health visitors are qualified nurses with special training and experience in child health and health promotion. The health visitors, who are based at Victoria Health Centre, currently offer support to the whole family to empower them in the challenges of parenthood. They also give advice and support to patients in times of stress to maintain independence. The Health Visiting Team can be contacted on 0121 612 3057.