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We aim to provide high quality accessible primary medical care and to treat all patients in a polite, fair and equitable manner. We also aim to follow up to date guidelines for best clinical practice whilst providing an open, safe and pleasant environment for staff and patients alike.



Doctors

Dr Aravinth Balachandran (m)

Bala

MB BS 2002 BSc 1998 MRCGP 2008

Dr Aravinth Balachandran joined the practice as a full time Partner from 1st June 2014.  He now works Mondays and Fridays and has interests in general medicine and health informatics. He is also a Governing Body Member and the Clinical IT Lead for South Kent Coast CCG. Dr Bala (as he is known) covers evening sessions on a rota basis.

Dr Farida Latif (f)

Farida

MRCGP, MBBS Reg Rawalpindi 1996

Dr Latif joined the practice in August 2009 and became a partner in 2010 and is interested in cardiovascular disease, Diabetes and general medicine.  Dr Latif works part time all day Tuesday, Wednesday and all day Friday (Monday and Thursdays off). She also covers evening sessions on a rota basis.

Dr Mathibalasingham Chandrakumar (m)

MBBS LRCPEd LRCP Glos FRCSEd FFPHM

Dr Chandrakumar joined the practice as a Partner from 1st August 2018.  He works Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays and has interests in general medicine. He also covers evening sessions on a rota basis.

Dr Clare Evans (f)

Clare

BA, BM, MRCGP, DCH Reg Southampton August 1985

Dr Evans Salaried GP.  Dr Evans works part time, half day Wednesday, half day Thursday and half day Friday.

Dr Evans has an interest in nutrition.

Dr Emma Harvey (f)

MRCGP DRCO MBChB BSc Qualified Warwick 2007

Dr Emma Harvey is joining the surgery as a part time Salaried GP from 29th June 2015.  Dr Harvey will be working full days Monday, Wednesday and Thursday (off Tuesday and Friday).  Dr Harvey has an interest in women's health.

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