The Masharani Practice

01455552346 Gilmorton Road , Lutterworth, Leicestershire, LE17 4EB
https://www.themasharanipractice.org.uk/

4.5 out of 5 stars

Based on 9 ratings for this GP surgery

Staff

Doctors

Dr Vipul Masharani

General Practitioner

Dr Masharani

Vipul’s father started general practice in Lutterworth in 1968. Vipul joined him in 1988. He was educated in the local schools and studied Medicine in Cardiff. Vipul’s training in general practice was carried out in Leicester after which he went on to further training in neurology, endocrinology and diabetes. He enjoys new challenges so he has been studying for a degree with the Open University. He gained a BSc in 2008 by studying computing and information technology. Vipul is married and has three children.

Special interests

General medicine, diabetes, dermatology,neurology

GMC number

2584100

Qualifications

BSc

DRCOG

MBBCh 1982

MRCGP

Other languages

Gujarati

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Dr Anouk Gupta

General Practitioner

Dr Gupta

Anouk studied medicine at Manchester University and St Andrews. She moved to Birmingham in 2004 and completed her training at Dudley. Dr Gupta is married to a consultant Trauma and orthopaedic surgeon at Coventry. They have 2 chidren. Anouk enjoys running in hre spare time and has completed 4 half marathons. She also enjoys crafts and is currently trying her hand at quilting and tapestry

Special interests

Women's health. Respiratory medicine

GMC number

6079382

Qualifications

BMedSci

DFFP

DRCOG

MBChB 2003

MRCGP

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Dr Jenny Digby

General Practitioner

Dr Jenny Digby

Jenny grew up locally and was educated in Lutterworth. She qualified as a doctor from Hull York Medical School and trained as a GP in London and Kent.

She chose general practice as a career because she loves to provide continuity of care to her patients like a traditional family doctor.

She is married and outside of work, enjoys reading , walking and travelling

 

GMC number

7290593

Qualifications

MBBS 2012

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Dr Sarah Batty

Locum GP

Sarah Batty

Dr Sarah Batty

Special interests

Sarah qualified in Edinburgh university and has extensive postgraduate experience. She has specialist interest in palliative care and spends some time working in a hospice in London

GMC number

7041255

Qualifications

MBChB 2009

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Dr Roshni Bhatt

Locum GP

Dr Roshni Bhatt
Special interests

Dr Bhatt qualified in Leicester in 2008. She then trained as a GP in 2013 and has been working as a long term self employed doctor with us since 2015.. Dr Bhatt is currently on maternity leave

GMC number

7013680

Qualifications

MBChB

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Practice nursing team

Sue Lockett

Practice Nurse

Sue lockett practice nurse

Sue Lockett qualified in 1987 in Nuneaton. For the last 14 years she has been a staff nurse at the Feilding Palmer hosptial. She says that she has moved to practice nursing as a fresh challenge. Outside of work she enjoys horse riding and walking her dogs. She also likes going to zumba classes to keep fit.

 

Emma Talbott

Healthcare Assistant

Emma Talbott

Emma is our very experienced health care assistant She is involved in carrying out investigations and treatments at the request of the clincial team

Other staff

Kim Carroll

Clinical pharmacist

Kim Carroll pharmacist

Kim qualified as a pharmacist from Bath University. She then began working as a coomunity pharmacist and then as a hospital pharmacist. Her last role was as a prescribing advisor for our local health authority (ELRCCG). As prescribing becomes more and more complicated , doctors rely on pharmacist for advice on the best medication to treat patients and issues such as side effects and adverse reactions. She can also give face to face advice regarding medication to patients.

When she is not working with patients and doctors Kim likes travelling, cooking and keeping chickens

 

Key facts

Gender of GPs

1 male and 4 female

Languages spoken

Gujarati

Seeing preferred GP

67.8% of patients reported they see or speak to a GP they prefer

Confidence and trust in healthcare professionals

96.4% of patients had confidence and trust in the GP they saw

More on how we perform

Last updated on 22 September 2017.

Information supplied by NHS East Leicestershire And Rutland CCG