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Dr Michael Strachan (m)

MB BS (London) 1980 DRCOG FRCGP PG Cert Is a trainer for general practice and supervises doctors who wish to become GP’s and who are allocated to the practice.

Interests  are  in teaching in general practice. As programme  director  in KSS deanery updates GP  trainers  and  foundation trainers  locally , as  well as taking a direct part  as a trainer in teaching of registrars  in the  practice.

Dr Renuka Fernando (f)
MB BS (London) 1982 MRC Psych MRCGP Works as a part-time partner. Her special interest is mental health as well as women's health.
Dr John Green (m)
MBBS (London), BSc, DCH, DRCOG 1997
Has special interests in the diabetic clinic held on Wednesday afternoons
Dr Protichi Mallik (f)
MB BS (London) 1998 DRCOG MRCGP Works full time
Dr Geraint Lloyd (m)
MA (Cantab) MBBS (London) MRCGP Works full time in all areas of General Practice and is also GP Trainee Educational Supervisor.
Dr Olusegun Arinoso (m)

MBBS 1995, MRCGP 2007

Dr Arinoso is a full time partner his special interest is Minor Surgical procedures


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Macmillan Cancer

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Marie Curie Cancer Care

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