We are one of four medical practices at the centre and retain our separate identity as a Partnership.
|Dr David Winteler
||MB ChB MRCGP DRCOG (Birmingham 2000)
GP Trainer Special Interest: Child Health
|Dr Kamlesh Rana
|| BM.BS (Nottingham 1991) B. Med.Sci. (Hons)
Special Interest: Diabetes
Our Salaried Doctors
|Dr James Tomlinson
||MB ChB (Birmingham 1999)
|Dr Emma Langeveldt
||MB ChB (Birmingham 2000)
|Dr Mary Horton
||MB ChB (Birmingham 2010)
Our Nursing Team
||Advanced Nurse Practitioner
||Health Care Assistant
Our nursing team will help you with management of long term chronic diseases, such as asthma, COPD and heart disease, diabetes, well person health checks, smear tests, wound dressings, dietary advice, blood pressure checks and immunisation (travel and routine). They also assist the doctor in minor surgery and examinations.
Our Advanced Nurse Practitioner can assess, diagnose and treat minor illness and you may be offered an appointment to see her instead of one of the doctors, this includes sore throats, tonsillitis, coughs, minor skin problems, urine problems.
Our Administrative Team
Our Practice Manager Linda Lloyd heads our administrative team which consist of medical secretaries, clerical officers and receptionists.
Medical Student/Physician Associate/Nurse Training
We have been selected by Birmingham and Wolverhampton University to train students. Patients will always be informed and asked to sign a consent form when a student is sitting in with the doctor. Please inform the receptionist if you do not want a medical student present during your consultation.
GP Training Scheme (GP Registrar/FY2)
Each year a qualified doctor who has had experience in hospital medicine is invited to join the practice for 4, 6 or 12 months. This gives the doctor valuable experience of the type of problems encountered in general practice and adds to the expertise of our team of doctors. You will be informed at reception if your appointment is with the registrar/trainee.