Our Staff

LEAD GP

  • DR CHIDI OKORIE (M)

    MBBS FRCS(2001) MRCGP DRCOG(2007) DipDerm

Doctors

  • DR SAMBHAVI SHEEDY (F)

    BSc, MBBS, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP

Registrars

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  • DR AJAM MOHAMMED (M)

  • DR SAMINA SHAIKH (F)

Practice Nurse

  • CARMEL DEANE (F)

Healthcare Assistant

  • YANA SHYIENKO (F)

Clinical Pharmacists

  • TAHIRA ALI PCN CLINICAL PHARMACIST (F)

    The practice has a clinical pharmacist who works in the surgery. Our pharmacist will be carrying our medication review, Asthma checks, Blood pressure checks etc

Practice Management

  • KAMALJEET KAUR BHANGRA (F)

Reception Manager

  • FAIZA AHMED (F)

GP Assistant

  • KELLECHUKWU IBE (M)

Receptionist/Administrator

  • EWELINA SZPINDA(F)

  • HALEEMA FARID (F)

  • BENAZIR MOHAMED (F)

Social Prescriber

  • SUMBAL AKHLAQ PCN SOCIAL PRESCRIBER (F)

    People often have underlying social reasons for visiting your GP. They might be isolated or lonely, worrying about money or housing, struggling to find information to care for a relative or friend. These are all things a social prescriber can help with , by spending more time with the patient than a GP can, and identifying their problems and directing people to solutions

Podiatrist

  • SAFEENA KAUSER-ZAMAN PCN FIRST CONTACT PODIATRIST (F)

Phlebotomist

  • ROBEL RAHMAN PCN PHLEBOTOMIST (M)

Health and Wellbeing Coach

  • AMEENA JOBBER PCN (F)HEALTH AND SOCIAL WELLBEING COACH

Dietician

  • NILOOFAR ALIKARIMI

District Nurses

The District Nursing Team can be contacted on 0208 708 2350

Community Midwife

Midwife clinics are held at The Loxford Polyclinic on the 2nd Floor. Reception 2A. More information on link below https://www.bhrhospitals.nhs.uk/maternity-services/

Health Visitors

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing. Contact the team by telephone on 0300 300 1579 HEALTH VISITORS INFORMATION HOW TO CONTACT YOUR HEALTH VISITOR A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing. Contact number for community health visiting team: Loxford/Cranbrook 0-19 Universal Team: Tel: 0300 300 1579 Option 1 Opening hours: 9.00am - 5.00pm Please book the following appointments with your GP At 6-8 weeks - BABY ASSESSMENT At 6-8 weeks- MOTHERS POSTNATAL REVIEW At 8 weeks - BABYS FIRST IMMUNISATION (1ST) At 12 weeks - BABYS SECOND IMMUNISATION (2ND) At 16 weeks - BABYS THIRD IMMUNISATION (3RD) At 12-13 months- BABYS FOURTH IMMUNISATION (4TH) At 3YEARS 4 MONTHS - PRE SCHOOL BOOSTER Your Health Visitor will discuss withy you your babys BCG vaccination and issue you with an appointment. It is very important that you attend this immunisation as your baby is at risk of TB if not immunised Please remember to complete page 25 of your red book BEFORE attending your 6-8 week review
  • ANNA O'NEIL(F)

    Email duty desk: Redbridge0-19dutydesk@nelft.nhs.uk Monday –Thursday (8:00-4:30p.m) and Friday’s (8-1:30p.m. )

MacMillan Nurses

The MacMillan nurses can be contacted on 020 3623 1023.

School Nurses

The school nurses can be contacted on 0300 300 1579 (Mon- Fri) 09.00-17.00