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The next Patient Participation Group meeting is Thursday 17th October at 5pm

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All patients at the health centre have a named GP. If you are unsure who your doctor is contact the surgery and we will provide you with this information.

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CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU at EAST BARNWELL HEALTH CENTRE

Did you know that we have a Citizens Advice Bureau advisor in the practice on Fridays who can offer free, confidential, impartial and independent advice to patients registered at the practice. Patients can self refer- Please speak to Reception.

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Practice Privacy Notice

"Keep Your Head" is a website that brings together reliable information on mental health and wellbeing for children, young people and adults across Cambridgeshire & Peterborough. Click HERE to go to the website

 

Doctors

Dr Fiona Leckie (f)

FRCGP DRCOG DFFP DPD PGCertMedEd(Glasgow 1993)

Dr Leckie joined the practice as a partner in 2002. Her interests include Dermatology and Teaching. She is a GP Trainer, Training Programme Director for the Cambridge GP Speciality Training Programme and a RCGP examiner (Royal College General Practitioners).

Dr Rachel Harmer (f)

MRCGP DRCOG DFFP (Cambridge 1995)

Dr Harmer qualified in Cambridge in 1995. Dr Harmer holds certificates in MB BCHir MRCGP DRCOG, DFFP. Dr Harmer joined the practice in 2001 and became a partner in 2005.

Dr Harmer has an interest in mental health and commissioning and is Co-Chair of Cam Health Commissioning Group.
Dr Amine Boualem (m)

MRCGP, MD, PGDip(Diabetes), AFHEA, PGCert(MedEd) (Algeria 1996)

Dr Boualem trained as a General Practitioner in Bedford and Cambridge. He acquired a diverse clinical experience in both Algeria, where he qualified, and in the UK where he completed his junior medical positions. He has developed a particular interest in diabetes and vascular disease.

He holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Diabetes (Leicester University) and a Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education (University of Cambridge). He is a GP tutor and trainer involved respectively in the education of medical students and GP trainees. He is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners and an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. 

Dr Jason Young (m)

MRCGP BSc MBBS (UCL 1996) 

Dr Susana Moreira (f)

Dr Moreira qualified in medicine in Portugal and, having moved to the UK, joined our practice in September 2016 on the Induction and Refresher GP scheme. Dr Moreira completed this training in June 2007. She re-joined us in June 2018 to cover a maternity leave post. She has now become a permanent member of clinical staff.

Dr Katherine Mellanby (f)
BMedSci BMBS DFFP DRCOG DCH MRCGP

Dr Mellanby qualified in Nottingham in 2002. She has worked as a GP in London, Western Australia and now Cambridge. She has an interest in mental health, women’s health and family planning and is experienced at fitting contraceptive implants and intrauterine devices.​
GP Registrars
These are doctors who are training for general practice but who already have wide experience of the hospital service and are planning a career in general practice. They often work at the health centre for up to a year.
Dr Holly Grimes (f)

Dr Holly Grimes, GP registrar, joined us on the 30th January 2018 and is currently on maternity leave.

Dr Janinka Kirkman (f)

Dr Janinka Kirkman is a GP registrar and joined us in August 2018. She will complete her training in March 2020.

Dr Alice Cozens (f)

Dr Alice cozens is a GP registrar who joined us in August 2018 and will complete here training at the end of July 2019.

Dr Alexandra Kendall (f)

Dr Kendall is a GP Registrar who has recently returned from Maternity leave.

Medical Students
The practice also hosts medical students throughout the year as part of their training programme.
 
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