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Dr S Chatterjee (m)

MB, BS, 1980 (India), MRCGP 1990 (UK)

Special Interest: GP Appraiser

Dr S P Day (f)

MB, ChB, 1987 (Sheffield)

Special Interest: Children’s Health    

Dr S V Thomas (m)

MB, BS, 1988 (Nigeria), FRCS, DCH, MRCGP

Special Interests: Minor Surgery, GP Trainer for Mansfield Vocational Training Scheme

Dr R Vasudevan (m)

MB, BS, 1990 (India), DRCOG, MRCGP 2002 (UK), Dip. Int. Med. (American Board of Internal Medicine)

Special Interests: Oncology and Palliative Care, Cardio Vascular Medicine; GP Trainer for Mansfield Vocational Training Scheme

Dr J Loveland (f)

MB ChB (Edinburgh) 1999 DRCOG, MRCGP and DFSRH

Special Interests: Mental Health, Women's Health

Dr L Short (f)

Bmed Sci 1998 (Nottingham) MRCGP 2005, DRCOG 2002

Special interest: Palliative Care

Dr M Srinivasan (f)

MMBS 1995 (India), DFFP 1999, MRCOG 2000, MRCGP 2007

Special Interests: Women's health, Family Planning, Dermatology and Minor Surgery

Dr M Dutta (f)


Special Interest: Palliative Care

Dr S Chatterjee (f)

MB, BS 1980 (India)

Clinical Audit Practitioner

Special Interests: Clinical Audit & Monitoring Quality Markers

Dr D Knott (f)

BSc (Hons) 1992 (London) MBBS 1994, DTM&H 1996, DRCOG 1999, DFFP 2000, MRCGP 2017.

Special interests: Womens Health, Sexual Health, Family Planning, Tropical Medicine.

Dr V Johnson (f)

MBBS 1998, MRCGP 2007, DRCOG 2008, DFSRH 2010

Special Interests:  Womens Health, Dermatology

Dr Nicola Lewis (f)

BMBS 2009 (Nottingham),  DRCOG 2013, RCGP MRCGP 2015

Special Interest: Women's Health

GP Training

The practice is now an approved training practice. This means that from time to time we will have a GP Registrar working with us. The Registrar is a qualified doctor who has been working in hospital and now wishes to gain experience in general practice. There may be occasions when you will be offered an appointment with a Registrar.

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