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Hama Medical Centre, 11 Nottingham Road, Kimberley , Nottingham, NG16 2NBTel: 0115 9382101
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MBBS, DCH, DRCOG, DFFP (London 1982).
BSc. (Hons), MBBS, MRCP1, FP Cert. (Newcastle 1985)
MBChB (Liverpool 2014), MRCGP
Qualified locum doctors are also used during busy periods.
Masters Degree Medicine (Bulgaria 1991)
Specialist in General Medicine 2007
Specialist training in Paediatrics (Pleven, Bulgaria 2006)
A Specialist Public Health Practitioner is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.
We have two practice nurses who provide a wide range of services including: immunisations, family planning, asthma, diabetes, dressings and advice on healthy living.
To support the nurses we have a nursing associate who also provides a wide range of services.
The practice also employs a healthcare assistant.
Some nurse and blood clinic appointments are available to book online.
Our 7 receptionists and reception manager are here to help you but have to deal with many people at the same time so please be patient. All appointments, repeat prescriptions, results and general queries should be directed to the reception staff.
Our Practice Pharmacist, Dawn Gajree, supports the GPs in undertaking medication reviews, reauthorising medication and prescribing audits.
The midwife gives advice on all aspects of your pregnancy and visits mothers and babies after your baby is born. The midwife can be contacted by telephoning 01773 712218.
The district nurses work closely with the practice and visit patients in their homes. They can be contacted by telephoning 01773 712218.