The General Practitioners
Dr William ("Bill") M Jasper
MBBS MRCGP DRCOG qualified at London University in 1983
Dr Jacqui L B Cockell
MA MBBChir MRCGP DRCOG qualified at Cambridge University in 1990
Dr Neera Jaitly
MBChB DCH DRCOG DFFP MRCGP qualified at Leicester University in 2000
Dr Rachel Hammill
MBBS MRC PSYCH MRCGP DRCOG qualified at London University 1991
Dr Nishma Galaiya
BSc (Hons) MBBS MRCGP DFSRHLOC SDILOC IUT qualified at St George's London in 2007
Dr Louis Akindele
MBBS BSc MRCGP qualified at King's London in 2008
The team consists of:
one practice manager
one assistant practice manager
one nurse practitioner
four practice nurses
one health care assistant
six administration staff
Our nurse practitioner is Debbie James, she has received advanced training and offers appointments that complement those of the doctors and the practice nurses.
Debbie James (nurse practitioner)
Karen Scarlett (healthcare assistant)
Our practice nurses are available during most of our surgeries and will dress wounds, remove stitches, advise on and administer foreign travel vaccinations, general health promotion and secondary prevention. Contraceptive advice, family planning, and chronic disease management (diabetes, asthma, heart disease, hypertension) are also available. Some of our nurses have been trained to diagnose and treat minor ailments.
Practice & Business Manager
Our practice and business manager, Tracy Ford, is responsible for the administration of the practice.
Secretary and Administrative Staff
The practice employs a secretary, Laura, who is responsible for the referral letters and enquiries about hospital appointments. The secretary is available Monday to Thursday from 9.00am - 5.00pm and Friday 9.00 - 1.00pm.
There are six administration staff who ensure that patients' medical records are kept up to date.
The practice employs seven receptionists who run the appointment system, deal with your enquiries and help you to make the best use of our services.
The district nurse will visit you in your home and help with dressings, injections etc. They can also advise on care of the chronically sick and terminally ill patients. They will also help with the management of incontinence, arrange for bath aids etc. They can be contacted on 8714 2950.
The health visitors are available to help with health matters relating to the under fives eg feeding problems, vaccinations etc. They are based at Sanderstead Clinic on 8714 2560.
The midwives work with the doctors to provide care for mothers before and after delivery and care for the baby for the first fortnight of life. They can be contacted by ringing 8401 3000 and asking for the community midwife.