|Dr A Damji (m)|
|Dr S Dyson (m)|
Dr Dyson qualified in 1984 and has been a Partner at Church Street Surgery for the last 17 years. Dr Dyson has a special interest in Ophthalmology and Mental Health.
|Dr C Johnston (f)|
MB Dip Geriatric Medicine DRCOG MRCGP DFRSH
Dr Johnston qualified in London in 2002 with MBBS from Barts and the London School of Medicine, she went on to do a diploma in Elderly Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and Family Planning. She specialises in women's health, elderly medicine and contraception. Dr Johnston also injects shoulder and knee joints.
|Dr S Kola (f)|
|Dr M Langton (m)|
MB ChB MRCGP - special interest in Training
Dr Langton trained at University College Hospital and qualified in 1992. Dr Langton has a special interest in training and MSK and can do various joint injections.
|Dr A Loonat (f)|
|Dr C McCormick (f)|
MB ChB DRCOG MRCGP
Dr McCormick grew up near Blackpool and went to Leeds medical school in 1996, graduating in 2001. Dr McCormick started GP training in 2002 in Wakefield and joined Church Street Surgery in September 2005. Dr McCormick has a special interest in diabetes and has been doing the diabetic clinics for the last 2 years.
|Dr N Mitchel (f)|
|Dr N Mistry (f)|
|Dr R Stone (f)|
|Dr E Taylor (f)|
MB ChB, MRCGP DFSRH
Dr Taylor attended Leeds University and qualified in 2000. She has previous experience in general medicine and has passed the MRCP examination before also completing MRCGP. She has a specialist interest in contraception and fits contraceptive implants and coils.
GP Registrars are qualified doctors. They will have different amounts of experience but will have worked for at least 2 years in a hospital before they can train to become a GP; many will have a lot more experience. GP Registrars will join us in August and February each year and stay with the practice for 6 – 12 months.
The following are GP Registrars:
Dr H Cain (f)
Dr H Khan (f)
Dr S Schwiebert (f)
Trainee doctors come to the surgery to train in Primary Care for four months, they start in August, December and April each year.
Dr J Pennington (m) is currently training with us.
From time to time we have to employ GP locums who are fully qualified general practitioners, to help us out during times of holiday, sickness and maternity leave cover.
At present Dr Smith is here on a Wednesday and Thursday afternoon and Dr Anjum is available on a Monday. Both have proved very popular with our patients.