|Dr Aidan C Irlam (M)
||BSc (Liverpool) MB ChB (Dundee) 1981 FFARCS MRCGP
DCH DRCOG DMJ
|Dr Tarek H Alwan (M)
||MD MSc FRCS (Glasgow) FRCS(Ed) FRCGP (London)
|Dr Uzomaka Odina (F)
||MBBS (University of Nigeria) MRCGP DRCOG
|Dr Clare Palmer (F)
||MBBS (London) MRCGP
The Practice Team - Medical
Sadie Deprez RGN
Kay Lawrance RGN
Our Team offers a wide variety of appointment times and can help with a wide range of health matters including:
||General Nursing Enquiries
|Travel Advice and Immunisation
||Over 75 Health Checks
|Blood Pressure Checks
||Dressing and Removal of Sutures
Practice Associate Practitioners (AP)
Jackie Hammond and Joanne Mabon
Jackie and Jo assists the GPs and Practice Nurse Team in the service and delivery of the care management of the Practice population. They offers appointments for Blood Pressure Checks, New Patient Medicals, Smoking Cessation Advice, Spirometry, ECGs, Dressings & Removal of Sutures, Peak Flow Reading and Inhaler Technique, NHS Health checks, COPD checks and ECG. They are also trained in administering the Influenza, Pneumococcal Vaccine, B12 and Shingles injection.
Yemi Babalola Clinical Lead Health Authority attached 01702 220187
Hannah Lawrence-Smith Health Authority attached 01702 385393
A district nursing team is attached to the surgery. Their prime role is to provide a continuation of care in the community at the request of the doctor.
Christine Lloyd is our practice manager and she will be able to help you with any non-medical aspect of your health and treatment. She will be happy to discuss any suggestions that may help and improve our services to you.
Receptionists and Clerical Staff
Our admin team are here to help you. They may need to ask you for further details when you telephone. This is to ensure that we can assist you as speedily as possible. They are bound by the same rules of confidentiality as doctors and nurses.
Central Surgery is privileged to be a part of the NHS Doctor Training Programme. Once doctors are qualified, they undergo further training in a specialty or to become a GP, they are called registrars and are part of the teams looking after patients. The GP Registrars spend a total of 18 months training in surgeries, but not always in the same place. As a result, you may find they spend any time from 6 months to a year at any one practice. They will see patients and take part in their care in ways that are appropriate to their level of training. All doctors must continue to learn throughout their careers and keep up to date in their areas of practice.