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Doctors

 

Dr Gilly Tasker

MB BS (London Charing Cross Hospital 1982) MRCGP DRCOG DCH DFFP


Asthma, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Women’s Health, Breast Screening, Family Planning, including Intrauterine Contraceptive Device, Intrauterine System and contraceptive implant fitting and Medical Officer for St Mary's School.

Dr Roger Hartstone

BM BCh BA (Oxon. John Radcliffe Hospital 1993) MRCGP DRCOG


Diabetic Care, GP Training and Management and Lead GP for Bracknell and Ascot Consortium.

Dr Kate Dyerson

MB ChB (Manch. Withington Hospital 1993) MRCGP


Paediatrics, Dermatology and Medical Officer for Lynwood Nursing Home

Dr Prash Patel

MB BS (Lond. St Mary's Hospital 1999) BSc MRCGP DRCOG


Cardiology, Gastroenterology with an upper GI endoscopy list at Heatherwood Hospital ,Minor Surgery, Medical Officer for Papplewick Boys School and Medical Officer for Dormy House Nursing Home.

Dr Natasha Price (f)

MB BS (Lond, St Marys Hospital 2000)  BSc  DRCOG MRCGP DFFP Loc IUT. Certificate in medical Education 

Special interest in Women's health and family planning

GP trainer

Medical Officer Dormy House Nursing Home.

Doctors on Permanent Contract

Dr Natasha Kundi (f)

MB BS (hons) BSc, DRCOG, DFSRH

Doctor undertaking the GP Training Scheme

Dr Karan Koshal (m)

GP Registrar ST 3.

Dr Salman Waqar (m)

GP Registrar ST3

Doctors Availability:

Mondays: Dr R Hartstone, Dr P Patel, Dr N Price, Dr S Waqar, Dr K Koshal, Dr L Price (Mat Leave)& Dr N Kundi (Mat Leave)


Tuesdays:  Dr R Hartstone, Dr K Dyerson, Dr N Kundi (Mat Leave) & Dr P Patel.


Wednesdays: Dr K Dyerson, Dr N Kundi (Mat leave), Dr K Patel, Dr Tasker, Dr S Waqar & Dr K Koshal


Thursdays: Dr R Hartstone, Dr K Dyerson, Dr K Patel, Dr L Price (Mat Leave), Dr N Price, Dr Tasker & Dr K Koshal


Fridays: Dr R Hartstone, Dr K Dyerson, Dr P Patel, Dr K Patel, Dr L Price (Mat Leave) & Dr K Koshal

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