DOCKLANDS MEDICAL CENTRE

02075371444 100 Spindrift Avenue , London, Greater London, E14 9WU
http://docklandsmedicalcentre.com/

3 out of 5 stars

Based on 13 ratings for this GP surgery

Staff

Doctors

Dr Ben Shankland

General Practitioner

Special interests

Lead GP
Orthopaedics

GMC number

4762291

Qualifications

FRCGP

What does this mean?

Dr Zalikha Ilyas

General Practitioner

GMC number

4765538

What does this mean?

Dr Topi Ajayi

General Practitioner

GMC number

4463678

Qualifications

MRCGP

What does this mean?

Dr Radhika Khosla

General Practitioner

GMC number

7177093

What does this mean?

Practice nursing team

Ms Rachael Conley

Nurse Practitioner

Minor Ailments clinic

Family Planning

Chronic Disease Management

  • Asthma 
  • Diabetes
  • Hypertension
  • COPD
  • CVD

Childhood Immunisations

Travel Advice and immunisations

Cervical Sreening

Sexual health Check

Wound assessment and dressing

Suture & Staple removal

Obesity management

Ear Irrigation 

Ms Ceri Burton

Practice Nurse

Chronic Disease Management

  • Asthma 
  • Diabetes
  • Hypertension
  • COPD
  • CVD

Childhood Immunisations

Travel Advice and immunisations

Cervical Sreening

Sexual health Check

Wound assessment and dressing

Suture & Staple removal

Obesity management

Ear Irrigation 

Oral Contraception and Depot repeats

Carol Damiani

Phlebotomist

Mrs Marieta Movsesyan

Healthcare Assistant

Smoking cessation

Spirometry

Dietary Advice

NHS Health Check

Diabetes Assessment

Hypertention Assessment

ECG

New Patient Health Check

Community healthcare

Jonathan Ayer

Practice Pharmacist

When will I see a clinical pharmacist?

 

  • You will see a pharmacist when you need expert advice on your medicines.

 

  • If you are taking medicines for a long-term condition, the clinical pharmacist can review these, discuss how they are working for you and carry out health checks, such as taking your blood pressure. They can also arrange for you to have blood or other tests.

 

  • You may also see if the pharmacist if your medicines were recently changed whilst you were in hospital.

 

  • If you are experiencing side effects from your medicines, you can book an appointment to see the clinical pharmacist to discuss this and work together to find a solution, such as changing your medication or the dosage.
Surgery hours

Thursdays only

Reception & administration staff

Najeeb Razzaq

Practice Manager

Shahnaz Begum

Reception Manager

Corinne Allman

Secretary

Mariam Ansar

Reception Staff

& Health Care Assistant

Rokshana Begum

Reception Staff

Repi Begum

Reception Staff

Nazma Khatun

Reception Staff

Jenny Laane

Reception Staff

Hanifa Tuzzuhura

Reception Staff

Sue Wilson

Reception Staff

Tariq Wooding

Reception Staff

Key facts

Gender of GPs

2 male and 2 female

Seeing preferred GP

43.70% of patients reported they see or speak to a GP they prefer

Confidence and trust in healthcare professionals

88.90% of patients had confidence and trust in the GP they saw

More on how we perform

Last updated on 09 April 2018.

Information supplied by NHS Tower Hamlets CCG