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The Highlands Practice, 102 Highlands Road, Fareham, Hampshire, PO15 6JFTel: 01329 845777
MB Bch DME 1989 Cork
Works in the practice as a GP Mondays and Fridays all day and Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. - job shares with Dr Choudhury
Special interest in Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT).
Involved in transforming local care through Better Local Care (currently leading changes in Gosport)
Able to carry out minor surgery (skin excisions) and joint injections - you will be referred by your GP for these procedures
MBchB MRCGP DCH DTM&H 2005
Dr Rattray is in the practice on Tuesdays & Thursdays, she works supporting other practices as the Area Safeguarding Lead GP on other days.
BM MRCGP DFFP 1991 Southampton
Works Monday, Wednesday and Thursdays.
Special interest in contraception and sexual health, is able to fit and remove contraceptive implants and coils
MBBS MRCGP DCH DRCOG DCD PGCME 1986 London
In the practice Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
Special interest in Research, which is carried out in conjunction with Southampton University and Wessex Clinical Research Network
Diabetes Lead GP
Trained in dermoscopy, skin surgery and joint injections - you will be referred by your GP for these procedures.
BMBS DCH DFSRH MRCGP 2008
Works Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays - job shares with Dr Collins
MBchB DFFP DCH MRCGP 1999 Leicester
Works half days Monday, Tuesday and Fridays and full days on Wednesday and Thursday.
Special interest in women's health and contraception. Able to fit and remove contraceptive implants and coils.
In the practice Tuesday to Friday
We also teach medical students. This practice teaches undergraduate medical students throughout the year at The Highlands Practice. As part of this programme the students must observe patient/doctor consultations. You will always be notified when making your appointment if a student will be present and you can decline at any time.
The practice nurses see patients on an appointment system from Monday to Friday. They work closely with the doctors and are able to advise on various health problems. As well as their general nursing duties such as changing dressings, removing stitches and ear syringing, they also run specialist clinics – e.g. asthma, diabetes and hypertension.
Our practice managers are responsible for the day-to-day running of the practice and they will be happy to discuss any suggestions or problems you may have.
Our office administration team will arrange home visits, patient referrals and handle any information received into the practice from other professionals. If you need any assistance with any of these areas please do not hesitate to contact them.
Our team of receptionists are here to help you. They are fully trained and operate within the guidelines laid down by the doctors and the managers and they follow a strict code of confidentiality. The more detail you give them of your requirements, the better they will be able to provide the service you will need.
The midwife holds antenatal clinics and visits mothers and babies during the first 10 days after delivery. There are 2 midwives attached to the practice who can be contacted via Fareham Community Hospital on 01489 587444. Further information is available for patients on these roles. Patients who believe they are pregnant should see a GP first in order for a referral to be made to the midwife.
The District Nursing team is attached to the Practice. They are responsible for nursing care in the community and can be contacted on 01329 227200, an answer phone is available if the office is unmanned.
Our Health Visitors are qualified registered nurses who specialise in child and family health, child development and child protection issues. They can be contacted on 01489 554930 there is an answer phone if the office is unmanned.
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