|Dr Kathryn McFarlane (Female)||MB ChB (Sheffield 1987) MRCGP DRCOG DFFP|
|Dr Elisabeth Brazier (Female)||MB BS (Lond 1990) DCH DRCOG MRCGP DFFP|
|Dr Victoria Crane (Female)||BM (Soton 1993)|
|Dr Anthony Hybel (Male)||MB BS (Lond 1997) DRCOG DFFP MRCGP|
|Dr Fiona Osuagwu (Female)||MB BS (Nig 1990) DFFP MRCOG DCH MRCGP|
|Dr Meelan Trivedy (Male)||MB BS (Lond 2001) BSc (Hons) MRCGP|
|Dr Tak Choi (Male)||BM BS (Notts 2004) BMedSci nMRCGP DRCOG|
|Dr Helen Condell (Female)||MB BS (Lond 1997) DRCOG DFFP DCH MRGCP|
|Dr Roshni Patel (Female)||MB BS (Lond 2000) DCH DFFP MRCGP|
|Mrs Sandra Gower (Female)||Managing Partner CIHM FIHM FRCGP (Hon)|
We are also pleased to have the following doctors as part of the Practice team:
GP Retainer: Dr Anna Gillham (Female): BSc MB Chb (Sheffield 2005) nMRCGP
GP Retainer: Dr Paul Heatley (Male): MB BS (Lond 1977) FRCGP DRCOG FPA Cert GP Trainer
Salaried GP: Dr Rajiv Mandalia (Male): MUDr (Prague 2011) MRCGP DRCOG
What to expect from your doctor: a guide for patients
Patients receive the best care when they work in partnership with doctors. The following link will direct you to the website of the General Medical Council (GMC) where there is an explanation as to how you can help to create this patient / doctor partnership and a guide as to what patients can expect from their doctor.
A Named GP for all patients
Why do I have a Named GP?
On 1st April 2015, it became a contractual requirement for every General Practice in England to allocate a Named GP to all their registered patients.
Who is my Named GP?
Many patients will have been informed of the identity of their Named GP either in correspondence sent to them by the Surgery or in the course of conversation with the Bennetts End Surgery clinical team.
If, however, you are a patient at this Surgery and do not know who your Named GP is, in order to find out, please contact the Surgery and we will be pleased to provide you with this information.
What is the purpose of having a Named GP?
Your Named GP is accountable for your overall care here at Bennetts End Surgery. He or she will take lead responsibility for the co-ordination of all contractual services and ensure they are delivered to patients where clinically required.
Do I have to see my Named GP when I attend the Surgery?
No. At Bennetts End Surgery you are free to see whichever GP you choose and are under no obligation only to book appointments with your Named GP.
Can I choose who my Named GP is?
Should you express a preference as to which Named GP you are allocated, we will make reasonable efforts to accommodate your request.
What if my Named GP leaves the Practice?
If your Named GP leaves the Practice or is unable to carry out their duties for a significant period of time — for example, if they go on maternity leave — you will be assigned a replacement Named GP to cover their absence.
All GP Practices are required to declare mean earnings (average pay) for doctors working to deliver NHS services to patients of the Practice. The average pay of doctors working for Bennetts End Surgery in the last financial year was £54,402 before tax and National Insurance. This was the average pay for 3 full-time doctors, 8 part-time doctors, 3 part-time locum doctors and 1 salaried doctor working in the Practice for more than 6 months.