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 From Saturday 5th March there will be a change to our Saturday Morning clinics

We will now be open 9am – 11am for pre-bookable routine appointments only, please note our phone lines are closed during this time.

Larwood Surgery – 9am-11am every Saturday

Carlton Surgery & Oakleaf Surgery – 9am – 11am alternative weeks

Starting with Carlton on 05/03/16 then Oakleaf 12/03/16

For urgent care or medical advice that needs to be dealt with on the same day, please phone 111.

In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.

Please speak to a member of the reception team for more information


Dr Christopher Stanley (m)

(M) MBBS MRCGP MSc. A graduate of Newcastle University in 1982. GPwSI substance misuse.

Dr Lisa Collins (f)

MB ChB DRCOG.  A graduate of Sheffield University in 1985. GPwSI  substance misuse

Dr Richard Davey (m)

MBBS.  A graduate of London University in 1994.  GPwSI palliative care, special interest respiratory disease.

Dr Gerard Austin (m)

MB ChB MRCGP.  A graduate of Dundee University in 1992. Specialist interest in diabetes.

Dr Stephen Kell (m)

BmedSci BM BS DCH MRCGP.  A graduate of Nottingham University in 1992. GPwSI in dermatology.

Dr Cheuk Lai Tang (f)
MB ChB DRCOG.  A graduate of Sheffield University in 1999.
Dr V Nanthakumar (m)

MBBS MRCGP MRCGEd. A graduate of of the Medical University of India in 1997.

Dr C Slater (f)
MBBS DRCOG DFFP A graduate of Newcastle upon Tyne University in 1991.
Dr H Ghaebi (m)

MRCGP A graduate of Tabriz University, Iran in 1997.

Dr S Hussain (f)
MRCGP DRCOG DFFP. A graduate of  National University Ireland in 1999.
Dr J Greenwood (m)

MB ChB. MRCGP A graduate of Sheffield University in 2006.

Dr K Ruthireswaran (m)

MBBS, MRCGP A graduate of B-Z University in 2002

Dr A Khanna (m)

MBBS, MS (Ortho), MRCS, DRCOG, DFSRH, MRCGP A graduate of Manipal Academy of higher Education, India, 2001


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