We have four GP partners, who are responsible for running the practice and dealing with patient appointments and medical queries.
DR PANDU BALAJI
MRCGP FRCS DRCOG Diploma Urology (UCL)
DR EMANUEL HACIATURIAN
DR CAROLYN PRIOR
MB ChB (Birmingham 1987) MRCGP DRCOG
DR WOLFGANG WALLAT
MD MRCGP (Hanover 1986)
We have two salaried GPs who work in the surgery, and are available for patient appointments and medical queries.
We have several GP locums, who work alongside the other surgery clinicians, and are available for patient appointments and medical queries. They may work across several GP surgeries as required.
We are a training practice. Dr Balaji, Dr Prior and Dr Wallat are qualified to supervise qualified Doctors, who are training to become principals’ in general practice.
We have a Nurse Practitioner available as an alternative to the GP. They can issue prescriptions, refer patients and do the same as the GPs.
Dip Ed Nursing, BSc Hons
Nurse Practitioner and Nurse Prescriber
We have two Practice Nurses who provide nursing care, treatment and health education to patients of all ages.
Health Care Assistant
Our Health Care Assistant works alongside the Practice Nurses to provide care for our patients.
Health Care Assistant
Our reception team will assist you in making routine or emergency appointments, with medication queries, informing you of test results and answering general queries and questions. They will be your first contact with the surgery on the phone or at the door. The receptionists are very busy dealing with patients and the clinical staff. Please be patient when waiting to speak to our reception team.
The management team are responsible for the administration of the practice, and will attend to enquiries of a non-medical nature.
We have two secretaries who are responsible for dealing with patient referrals and hospital appointments.
Our registration clerk can assist in matters relating to registering with the surgery and sharing your patient record.
Our prescribing clerks can assist in matters relating to your medication and prescriptions.
We have three pharmacists who can discuss your medication, any medicine changes and how to take them safely and effectively.
Our social prescriber can help with your health and wellbeing. They can connect you to community groups and other services for practical and emotional support.
The District Nursing Service, also known as Community Nursing, undertake a variety of nursing tasks for housebound patients in the area, and are particularly skilled in the care of patients who are seriously ill or handicapped. They are usually referred to patients by surgery staff or by hospitals, and work alongside other professionals. Our District Nursing team are from Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust.
Health Visiting Bexley, also known as Bexley 0 to 19, can be contacted by patients who have health problems or queries relating to their children. They offer tailored guidance and support, to families and partner services, in order to help understand and promote child development.