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Wells Road Surgery233 Wells RoadKnowleBristol, BS4 2DFTel: 0117 977 0018
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MRCGP, MB ChB (Bristol 2000). (GP Partner)
Dr Rowell works 6 sessions per week and enjoys the holistic nature of general practice and has a special interest in Palliative Medicine.
She also enjoys Child Health and runs the weekly baby clinic at the practice.
Dr Rowell also works alongside the practice diabetic nurse in the weekly Diabetic Clinic.
She is also involved in the teaching of undergraduate medical students who are sometimes placed at the practice from the University of Bristol.
MRCGP, MBChB (Warwick 2004), BSc (Hons) (Sheffield 1999) (GP Partner)
Dr Chakrabarti works 6 sessions per week.
He has an interest in doing steroid injection and is experienced is treating knees only. To request an injection, please see a GP first for a referral.
Additionally he occasionally does 6 week baby checks
Dr Chakrabarti has an interest in IT and technology and currently manages the practice website, Facebook page, texting service and online consulting tool.
Outside of work, he does ad-hoc out of hours shift for BrisDoc and has in the past he has done voluntary medical cover at the Glastonbury Festival and The Bath and West Festival.
MRCGP, MB ChB, BSc, DRCOG, DFFP (Salaried GP)
Dr Mann works 4 sessions per week.
She runs monthly plantar wart (verruca) cryotherapy removal.
She has a special interest in Dermatology and works one day a week at the local teaching hospital
BSc (Aberdeen 1979), BA.MB Bch (Trinity College Dublin 1985). DRCOG. DFFP (Salaried GP)
Dr Ewen works 6.5 sessions a week. (She works alternate Mondays with Dr Chakrabarti).
She has a special interest in Gynaecology and Family Planning and is experienced with coil and implant insertions.
MRCGP, MBBS, DRCOG, DFFP (Salaried GP)
Dr Birdi works 5 sessions per week.
She does the 6 week baby checks.
Tina is our nursing lead for Asthma and COPD.
The nurses also provide the following services:
Claire is our nurse lead in Diabetes
She is also involved in doing Minor Illness clinic on alternate Mondays (currently postponed)
Elaine has an interest in Asthma and COPD.
Liz is our HCA.
She is trained in phlebotomy, NHS health checks, ECGs, dressings, BPs, flu jabs
She is in charge of doing 24 hr BP monitoring
Pauline is responsible for the daily running of the practice.
We aim to maintain a viable practice and to provide competent friendly all round family medical care.
We also try to improve on existing ways of doing things, so if you have any complaints or suggestions please let Pauline know.
We have seven part time reception staff and the reception area is the organisational centre of the practice. The receptionists are here to help and advise you in your dealings with us, but their job is very demanding. They must deal with enquiries from all directions, frequently simultaneously, and we would ask you to be patient.
Our team of secretarial and clerical staff provide administrative support for the practice, releasing reception and clinical staff to devote their time to patients.