Everyone must stay at home to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
You should only leave the house for very limited purposes:
Important - These reasons are exceptions – even when doing these activities, you should be minimising time spent outside of the home and ensuring you are 2 metres apart from anyone outside of your household.
There is separate advice about staying at home if:
Do not leave your home if you have either:
To protect others, do not go to places like a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital. Stay at home.
Use the 111 online coronavirus service to find out what to do.
Only call 111 if you cannot get help online.
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www.gatleymedicalcentre.co.ukGatley Medical CentreOld Hall RoadGatleyCheshire, SK8 4DGTel: 0161 426 5100
BSc MB ChB DRCOG MRCGP PGCME (IT & Premises Liaison) (GP Trainer)
Dr Davison attended St Andrews and Manchester Universities and graduated in 1986. He joined the practice in 1991 and runs the minor surgery and wart clinics. He oversees the computer and IT systems. He is married to a consultant microbiologist and has two teenage daughters. He trains other doctors wanting to specialise in general practice.
BSc MB ChB DCH DRCOG FPACert MRCGP (Course organiser and HR lead)
Dr Needham attended St Andrews and Manchester Universities and graduated in 1988 and joined the practice in 1994. As well as running the asthma clinic, she has an interest in women’s health and contraception. She is married to a local GP and has two boys.
MB ChB MRCGP
Dr Memon attended the University of Manchester and graduated in 2004. She completed her General Practitioner training in Stockport in August 2009 then joined the Practice as a GP locum. She became a GP partner here in September 2013. Dr Memon is our safeguarding leed. Dr Memon has interests in women's health and cardiovascular disease.
BSc PhD MbChb MRCGP
Dr Newbury graduated with a MbChb from the University of Manchester in 2007. He completed his GP training in Stockport in 2013 and joined the practice in 2015. He has a special interest in teaching and is a foundation doctor trainer. Away from work he enjoys spending time with his three young children and follows Manchester United home and away.
MBChB MRCGP DFSRH
Dr Patel attended Birmingham University and graduated in 2010. She completed her GP training in London and moved to Manchester in 2016. She has developed an interest in sexual health and is currently developing other areas of specialist interest.
Dr Patel is currently on maternity leave due to return Autumn 2019
MBCHB MRCGP(2012) DFSRH
Dr Prasad attended the University of Liverpool and graduated in 2007. She completed her GP training in Liverpool and moved to Manchester in 2016 and joined the practice in 2018. She has in interest in Paediatrics and Women's Health. She is married with two daughters.
Dr Prasad is presently on maternity leave due to return mid 2020
BSc MBBS MRCGP
Dr. Susanna Hill graduated from Newcastle University in 2013 and completed her Foundation Training at Wythenshawe Hospital in 2015. Susanna finished the Stockport GP training Programme in 2019 having worker for her final year as a registrar at Gatley Medical Centre. She is developing a special interest in paediatrics, dermatology and palliative care.
Shereen grew up in Chester and North Wales and moved to Manchester in 2005 to study Pharmacy at the University of Manchester, graduating in 2009. She undertook her pre-registration training year and following successful examination, qualified as a pharmacist in 2010. Shereen worked for a number of years in community pharmacy before joining the practice in 2015, where her role includes running medication review clinics and monitoring prescribing to ensure it is safe and cost-effective.
Shereen has since undertake further training to become a pharmacist independent prescriber in 2016. A pharmacist independent prescriber may prescribe autonomously for any condition within their clinic competence, in contrast to a supplementary prescriber who is only able to prescribe medicines in accordance with a pre-agreed care plan drawn up between a doctor and patient. Shereen is now authorised to make medication changed where she deems it appropriate, for example tweaking a patient's blood pressure medication to improve control, without needing to refer patients back to their GP. This helps to streamline patient care at the practice.
Nick graduated with an honours degree in Physiotherapy in 1997. He graduated with a Master’s degree in 2008. He has worked a specialist physiotherapist since 2006. He joined Viaduct Care as a first contact physiotherapist in August 2018 and started working in Gatley in December. He specialises in bone, joint and muscle problems. He can arrange investigations, specialist referrals and provide steroid injections. Appointments can booked directly without having to see the GP first by contacting reception or booking online.
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