Works: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
Although your General Practitioner (GP) doesn’t need to be your first point of contact if you’re feeling unwell, everyone should be registered with a GP.
Your GP can give you medical advice, treatment and prescribe medication. They can also refer you to other healthcare professionals to diagnose or treat specific aspects of your condition. For example, they may refer you to a chiropodist, for a hearing test, or to your local falls prevention service. These other health professionals may visit you at home or hold clinics at a local practice, health centre or hospital.
If you have a long-term condition, your GP should help you understand and manage your own care. This may include drawing up a care plan to help you manage your condition on a day-to-day basis and recognise symptoms that you should report to your GP.
Dr Manoj Madhavan
Works: Monday, Thursday, and Friday
Dr Sally Kidner
Dr Sam Pouncey
Works: Tuesday, Thursday, and alternate Fridays