Our Staff

Doctors

Dr Asha Chandola

MBBS, DCH, DRCOG, MRCGP

Dr Chandola is our Senior Partner. Dr Chandola trained at St George's Hospital Medical School in London. She is a Member of the Royal College of GPs and has achieved a Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education. Within the Practice, she now trains qualified Doctors to become competent GPs and she teaches Medical Students from Buckingham Medical University. Dr Chandola is our Safeguarding Lead and Caldicott Guardian.

Dr Tayo Kufeji

MBBS, MPH, MRCGP, DIP.MSK

Surgeries held: Monday, Tuesday and Friday. Special interest in musculo-skeletal medicine. Also involved in NHS commissioning and is the Clinical Director for the Primary Care Network.

Dr Fatima Mohri

MBBS (London) 2002, MRCS, MRCGP, B.Sc Human Genetics

Surgeries held: Mondays and Thursdays - Thursday pm is for family planning procedures (implants and coils). Dr Mohri has a special interest in minor operations and women's health.

Dr Sharon Rocque

BSc Biology MBBS, MRCGP

Surgeries held: Monday am, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday am. Dr Rocque has a special interest in Diabetes and ENT.

Dr Amit Karia

MBBS (University of London 2002), MRCGP (2007), Certificate in Diabetes Care (2013)

Surgeries held: Monday, Wednesday and Friday Dr Karia is the Prescribing Lead for the Practice and GP trainer, he trains qualified Doctors to become competent GPs and Medical Students from Buckingham Medical University.

Dr Venugopal Yuvaraj

MB BS, DFSHRH, PCG Diabetes, MRCGP

Surgeries held: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Dr Yuvaraj moved to Milton Keynes from the Peak District. Dr Yuvaraj has a special interest in aesthetics and private minor operations.

Dr Frances Webster

B MedSci Honours (University of Nottingham) BM BS MRCGP DRFSH

Surgeries held: Monday afternoon, Tuesday morning , Wednesday afternoon & Thursday morning. Dr Webster is working out of the Willen Surgery.

Dr Temi Ayorinde

MBBS, MPH, MRCGP

Surgeries held: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday. Dr Ayorinde received her GP training here in Milton Keynes. Prior to her GP training she worked as a hospital doctor in Aylesbury.

Dr Rojan KC

I am Dr Rojan KC. I completed my GP training from Oxford Deanery, but I am originally from Nepal. I strongly believe in exercise, healthy eating and lifestyle medicine to improve one's health.

Dr Vishal Jaiswal

MRCGP, MBBS, BSc (Hons)

I qualified as a doctor with an intercalated BSc degree from King’s College London. I have worked in the East Anglia region including Addenbrooke’s Hospital (Cambridge), Bedford Hospital and Hinchingbrooke Hospital (Huntingdon). I am a Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners.

Nurses

The practice nursing team are here to provide a wide range of nursing care and are available to give you advice and support you in living your life in the healthiest way possible. The team consists of 12 experienced nurses. They have many areas of speciality and you can make an appointment to see them through reception.

Donna Brady

Minor Illness Nurse and Practice Nurse Team Lead. Nurse Independent Prescriber.

Debbie Hughes

Lead Nurse

Debbie is the manager of the integrated nursing team which is made up of nurses in the following teams: Advanced specialist nurses, Community Matrons, District Nurses, Practice Nurses. Debbie sees her management role as about supporting and empowering the clinicians she manages in order to ensure excellence of care for patients. Her role also involves responsibility of care of people with long term conditions ensuring patient pathways are structured and systematic, and that patients benefit from empowering consultations. Debbie is also the Lead Nurse for the Primary Care Network.

Lesley Thurston

Advanced Urology Nurse Practitioner

Lesley is a registered nurse with a specialist interest in Urology including Uro-Oncology. She has experience and knowledge of developing nurse led services within the hospital and developed a prostate assessment clinic at the Medical Centre in 2007 for men with lower urinary tract symptoms which may include getting up at night to pass urine, daytime frequency and urgency, or straining and hesitancy to pass water.

Heather Huntley

Heather cares for our patients with existing or those who are at risk of developing cardiac problems. She has a specific interest in hypertension. Heather is also part of our Urgent Care Team and an experienced Practice Nurse.

Ann Thody

Practice Nurse with a special interest in contraception and immunisation Clinics.

Sally Denton

Experienced Practice Nurse. Provides contraception, sexual health. Care of patients on warfarin. Baby immunisation and Respiratory and Travel.

Karen Folwell

Highly qualified in womens health, and Travel and immunisation clinics.

Rachel Worsley

Experienced in wound care )worked with district nurses for many years) Works in diabetic and INR Clinic. and is a smoking cessation nurse.

Emma Anton

Emma Anton is a minor illness nurse and BLS/AED trainer.

Nicola Hudson

Nicola is an experienced practice nurse offering care in all aspects of practice nursing. She has a special interest in diabetes and wound care.

Karen Russell

Community Matron

Karen is our Community Matron at the Medical Centre. She is an experienced senior nurse working with those who have serious long term conditions and who may also be isolated and vulnerable.

Healthcare Assistants

Clare Campbell

HCA with experience from secondary care. Clare holds treatment room clinics, including Women's Health. Clare has a Diploma in Health & Social Care as well fully trained as a Phlebotomist, including Paediatric and neo-natal.

Rachel Green

Rachel is a full time Health Care Assistant with an NVQ Level 3 in Health and Social Care and is trained in phlebotomy. Rachel holds clinics that cover a wide range of health care services and is also part of our Legs 11 team.

Practice Management

Lynn Becks

Practice Manager

Here at NPMC the Practice Manager is responsible for ensuring a smooth and efficient service of care is provided to our patients. This is achieved by providing strong leadership and managing the strategic direction of the Practice. At NPMC we have a highly skilled and effective Management Team that support the Practice Manager and development is encouraged for all colleagues across the Medical Centre. Lynn is also the Business Manager for the Primary Care Network.

Natalie Cook

Natalie is the PA to the Practice Manager and Complaints Manager. She is an administrator and her role as complaints manager means she works with staff to investigate what happened and support a thorough response to the complainant.

Debbie Hughes

Lead Nurse

Debbie is the manager of the integrated nursing team which is made up of nurses in the following teams: Advanced specialist nurses, Community Matrons, District Nurses, Practice Nurses. Debbie sees her management role as about supporting and empowering the clinicians she manages in order to ensure excellence of care for patients. Her role also involves responsibility of care of people with long term conditions ensuring patient pathways are structured and systematic, and that patients benefit from empowering consultations. Debbie is also the Lead Nurse for the Primary Care Network.

Karen Hudson

Karen is our Patient Services Manager. Karen manages the Reception team, Data Quality team and Medical Secretary team. Karen is also part of the Management Team at the Practice.

Wendy Kerr

HR, Provider & Private Services Manager

The Provider Services Manager manages all of our provider services. These include our consultant clinics, and urogynae clinics. Wendy is a member of the management team. Alongside this she is also responsible for all human resources within the practice.

Phlebotomists

Frances Tate

Dawn Williamson

Reception

The members of our reception team have received training to enhance their ability to connect patients directly with the most appropriate source of help, and are now known as Patient Navigators. When patients contact the practice, the patient navigator identifies what their need is and who will be the most appropriate person to meet their need, whether this be a GP or other option. They provide both telephone and reception desk cover. Services to which patients may be signposted include: Minor illness and Practice Nurse appointments in the practice, Pharmacy First, Children's Primary Care Team • MK Health extra appointments at other surgeries, Connect Physiotherapy service self-referral, 111 referral to emergency dentist. • • As part of their role they are asked by the GPs to obtain information from patients requesting urgent appointments, this is to ensure that the urgent care team can triage these requests safely. They play a vital role in ordering our patient's medication and completing the enormous amount of administration tasks received each day.