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113 Long StreetMiddletonManchester, M24 6DLTel: 0161 643 2011
GMC No. 3239470
Partner, Qualified Manchester University 1987, Full Time.
Senior and Executive Partner
Special interests include drug and substance mis-use, primary care rheumatology, minor surgery, travel medicine, family planning and child health surveillance.
GMC No. 3277562
Partner, Qualified Manchester University 1988, Full Time.
Special interests include medical education, minor surgery and musculo-skeletal problems. He is an Associate Dean with Health Education North West, G.P. Educational and Clinical Supervisor, Under-Graduate Community Based Medical Education Tutor, a "Founder Medical Member" of the Faculty of Pre-hospital Care, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, a Member of the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management, elected to Fellowship of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2011, appointed to Fellowship of the Institute of Leadership and Management in 2015 and awarded Fellowship of the Academy of Medical Educators in 2016.
Dr Bracegirdle has previously been a GP Appraiser and performed work for the local CCG
GMC No. 4015006
Partner, Qualified Manchester University 1993, Part Time.
Special Interests include women's health, family planning including coil fitting and child health surveillance.
M.B.,B.S., D.R.C.O.G., D.F.S.R.H, M.R.C.G.P.
Partner, Qualified St.George's Medical School, University of London, 2006, Part Time
Special interests include women's health, family planning including subcutaneous implant fitting and child health.
Dr Tran also has a specialist interest in dementia having completed a postgraduate course with the University of Bradford.
GMC No. 4127833
Salaried GP, Qualified University of Liverpool 1994, Part Time.
Dr Caldwell has been a GP since 1998 and a GP Trainer since 2006. Special interest in Education, Cardiovascular Disease and Womens Health. She is also the GP Associate Dean for Health Education North West supporting the training of new GP's in the Pennine area. Induction and Refresher Scheme Lead Educator for the North West supporting GP's who are returning to practice.
(Known as Dr Ramzan)
Salaried GP, Qualified in 1994 at Kuban Sate Medical University, Russia
Qualified as a GP in Britain in 2014. A Member of the RCGP since then.
A GPST3 Specialist Trainee (previously known as a GP Registrar), is a fully qualified and registered doctor undertaking the third and final year of additional specialist training as a General Practitioner (GP).
The current ST3s working at Durnford Medical Centre are:
Dr Tobias Rhodes (male, full time)
Dr Rhodes (formerly Dr Akinluyi) will be working on a full time basis until August 2021
Dr Swapna Muthyapu ( known as Dr Swapna - Female, part time)
Dr Swapna has previously worked as a ST2 and ST3 at DMC, however she will be staying as an ST3 until May 2021
Dr Dr Sitara Kuruvilla (Female, full time)
Dr Kuruvilla is a fully qualified doctor completing the final few weeks of the second year of her GP Specialist Training before commencing the third and final year at Durnford Medical Centre
She will be working at Durnford Medical Centre until March 2022.
B.Sc.(Community Specialist Practitioner in Practice Nursing), R.G.N., Diploma in Professional Studies. Qualified 2005
V100 nurse Prescribing, Diploma in Asthma, Nurse Mentorship, Currently Undertaking the Bradford Cardiovascular Management Diploma.
Trained in phlebotomy (blood testing) and physiological measurements including new patient health checks, blood pressure checks, ECG recording and performing immunisations and B12 injections
Trained in phlebotomy (blood testing)
Co-ordinates and manages all aspects of the practice. She has worked for the NHS for over 14 years and has a wealth of knowledge.
Entered general practice administration from a nursing background, qualifying RGN from Rochdale in 1985. He qualified A.M.S.P.A.R. in 1995 and his role is primarily practice finance.
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.
No health visitors are based at Durnford Medical Centre, they can be contacted via the Durnford Street Clinic, Durnford Street, Middleton on 0161 655 1599