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MBBS., BA (oxon). (1987 NEWCASTLE).
Special interest in Mental Health, Diabetes
and Children and Young Peoples medicine
MB., ChB., DRCOG. (LIVERPOOL 1987).
Special interests in Palliative care and Cancer
Diabetes and Learning Disabilities
ARTSEXAMEN TE MAASTRICHT (The Netherlands 2004)
Dr Bronsgeest joined the surgery in 2009 as a partner.
He has an additional interest in dermatological problems, sports injuries and joint injections.
MBChB (Leeds 1997); DRCOG; MRCGP; MRCS
Special interest in Minor Surgery
MB.,BS., DCH., MRCP Paediatrics., DRCOG.,
DFFP., MRCGP (1994 India)
Dr Narayanan joined the practice in 2014 as a GP Partner
Her normal working days are Monday and Wednesday mornings and all day Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Dr Narayanan has an additional interest in womens health, family planning and sexual health and teaching GP registrars.
MBChB (Dundee 2004); MRCGP
MBBS MSc MRCGP (Newcastle 2007)
Nursing Staff are available to treat such things as minor injuries, ear syringing and to remove stitches etc. They also provide many of the preventative and screening services for the practice and deal with blood pressure monitoring, diets, travel immunisation and advice on health matters by appointment and can often help with problems instead of seeing a doctor.
Community Matron Deborah Donnelly
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