Westdale Lane Surgery20-22 Westdale LaneGedlingNottingham, NG4 3JATel: 0115 961 3968 (2 lines)
Westdale Lane Surgery Newsletter - Spring/Summer 2019
M.B. Ch.B., (Manchester 1996), MRCGP
Full Time GP Partner
GMC No. 4305091
As a GP Trainer Dr Khaliq supervises and trains doctors who are completing their post-graduate qualification in General Practice. He also supervises medical students gaining experience in General Practice.
MBBS (London 1992), MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP
Salaried GP as from September 2018
GMC No. 3582831
Dr Malik is Child Safeguarding Lead and teaches 1st and 2nd year Medical Students. She is CCG lead for the practice.
MBBS 2002 MRCGP
Part Time Salaried GP
GMC No. 6066623
Dr Chintala has been working at the surgery since September 2016 as a locum GP and has now joined the team permanently as a Salaried GP, working Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
MBBS (1991) JCPTGP (1996)
GMC No. 3593066
Dr Doel is working as a Salaried GP on Fridays
Already a fully qualified and experienced doctor, Dr Haydar is in her final year of GP training, working at Westdale Surgery. Dr Khaliq is her trainer
Already a fully qualified and experienced doctor, Dr Lethbridge is in her final year of GP training, working full-time at Westdale Surgery. Dr Khaliq is her trainer
Already a fully qualified and experienced doctor, Dr Pettipiece is in her final year of GP training, working full-time at Westdale Surgery. Dr Khaliq is her trainer
Dr Dar is a fully qualified doctor training to be a GP. He is in his first year of training and Dr Khaliq is his trainer
An advanced nurse practitioner is a very highly trained prescribing nurse who is able to see and treat a wide range of medical problems. They work alongside our doctors and can refer you to hospital or for further tests as needed.
Alongside the doctors they run our walk in clinic each morning between 8am and 10.30am. They also see patients for annual reviews, family planning advice and undertake home visits.
The HCAs support the Nurse Practitioners and Practice Nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement, dressings, health checks, smoking cessation clinics and new patient checks. They also act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.
Paula is responsible for the day to day management and development of the practice, ensuring that patient services are provided safely, efficiently and effectively to the highest possible standards. She deals with complaints on behalf of the practice and is happy to receive comments and suggestions concerning our services from patients at any time.
The reception staff will assist you in making urgent and routine appointments to see your doctor, arrange repeat prescriptions.
The receptionists are trained to take essential details sympathetically and are able to answer many of your queries in complete confidence.
They will act as a link between you and other members of the team. If you are in doubt about anything please ask a receptionist for help. Our staff always aim to be courteous and to facilitate the smooth running of the practice
Tracy deals with Doctors' correspondence, making referrals and hospital appointments, handling patients queries, and liaising with other healthcare teams.
Community Midwives, District Nurses and Health Visitors provide care for patients at home and are often in close communication with the doctors.