About the practice

Overview of the practice and contact information

Clinical Team 

Lead GP –

Dr Zammad Chishti  

Sessional GP’s –

Dr Randa Elamin (Female), Dr Nicolle Green (Female), Dr Nidih Saran (Female) 

Junior Doctor –

Dr Nicholas Williams (FY2) 

Advanced Nurse Practicioner –

Amy Collier

Nursing Team –

Mrs Elaine McGee, Miss Fawn Heap, Mrs Eniola Adelakun 

Physician Associate –

Cleo McKinney-Howe



Opening Hours, extended access and out of hours contacts



How to register






Access to buildings – additional needs







Practice Newsletter



Other useful contacts




Where We Are




Extended hours

The clinic holds an early morning surgery once a week. Appointments will be available with both a doctor and a nurse.

Tuesday – 7.00 – 8.00 am

Please ask the reception staff for details, pre-arranged appointments only.
Repeat prescriptions will not be available during this time.


As an approved training practice your appointment maybe with:

  • registrars
    fully qualified doctors who spend six months per year with us prior to qualifying as a GP
  • foundation doctors
    doctors who have just completed their hospital training and spend up to six months while they receive GP training from our doctors. You will be informed of this prior to your appointment.

Use of personal health information

The practice manages the confidentiality of your medical records in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. Our Primary Care Trust may require some of this data for auditing and research purposes. You may request that your data is excluded from these audits and research at any time. Please speak with reception for more information.


Our priority is to ensure that all of our patients receive the best service that is possible. We provide feedback forms in reception, please feel free to request one at any time. Just complete the form and return to reception.

For any complaints please request a complaint form from reception and email to [email protected]

Think it’s an emergency ?


We are still open and here for you and continuing to provide services throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.

If you need urgent medical help but it is not life threatening please ring 111 instead of attending A&E.

You can contact NHS 111 by either calling 111 or visiting https://111.nhs.uk/

If you need to go to A&E, NHS 111 will arrange an arrival time therefore reducing the time you spend in A&E.

NHS 111 are also able to book appointments at Urgent Treatment Centres, GP surgeries, pharmacies and emergency services.

If you or someone you care for has a life-threatening illness please remember you can call 999/