A general Practitioner (GP) is a physician who does not specialise in one particular area of medicine. To become a general practitioner, students must complete a 4-year undergraduate programme, a 4-year medical programme, and a 1- to 2-year registrar program.
GPs provide routine health care (e.g., physical examinations) and assess and treat many different conditions, including illnesses and injuries. They often have regular, long-term patients and provide ongoing medical care to both male and female patients in all age groups. When a patient develops a serious condition, a general practitioner may refer him or her to a specialist. A specialist is a physician who has additional training and expertise in a specific area of medicine.
- Agnieszka Rzadzinska-Prosser – Lead GP
- Mehar Singh – Salaried GP
All our other doctors are sessional GPs that are not based at the practice on a permanent basis, they do currently have regular sessions.