|Dr Jayalalitha Asokan
||MBBS (Madurai, India) MRCGP (2005)
|Dr N B Miller
||MBBS (London 1986) MRCGP (2010)
DipPalMed (Cardiff 2012)
|Dr M Alagarsamy
||MBBS (Madras Medical College, India 1997)
MRCGP (UK April 2006)
|Dr Rashmi Ramesh
||MBBS (Sri Siddhartha Medical College -2001 India), DFFP
The Practice Team
The practice manager is in charge of administration and organisation of the practice and is responsible for ensuring our service is always of the highest quality.
Also in charge of all the financial aspects of the practice
Hold clinics for adult health checks, cervical smears, travel vaccines, asthma, hypertension, CHD, baby and diabetic clinics. They can perform practical procedures such as ear syringing and wound care and injections and can also give advice on health and dietary problems.
Health Care Assistant
Takes routine blood samples, blood pressure checks and ECGs. Also oversees weight management. Advises on weight management.
Ensures the smooth running of the reception area.
Ensure all secretarial duties are carried out efficiently.
Work on the input of important computer data and arrange clinics.
Are the patients’ first contact with the surgery. Please help them by giving any information they require to enable them to process your request quickly and efficiently.
The district nurses perform most of their work in patients' homes, tending to people who are housebound or too ill to leave their homes. Their work involves general nursing duties such as giving injections and dressing wounds as well as assessing and providing more complex nursing needs for more seriously ill patients.
Health visitors are employed by the NHS Community Trust. They work mainly with the well population and are concerned with the family as well as individuals within the family. A large part of the health visitors time is spent monitoring the growth, development and social and physical health of children under 5 years, and their families. They undertake Well Baby Clinics, Health Promotion and Child Protection work and vaccinations. They are especially involved with breast feeding mothers, isolated and unsupported mothers and mothers with postnatal depression.
The Macmillan nurse provides help and support to terminally ill patients and their families. They can be contacted via Teesside Hospice (01642 816777)
Attends to the needs of expectant and newly delivered mums and their babies.
Provides advice and treatment on a wide range of physical problems.