Upper Gordon Road Surgery, 37 Upper Gordon Road, Camberley, GU15 2HJTel: 01276 459040
MB BS MRCGP DOM Dip H & S (London 1986) MSc Occ. Health
Dr Fraser is the Practice Senior Partner.
Dr Fraser currently works Monday & Tuesday each week.
Dr Fraser is our Practice GP Representative on the Surrey Heath Commissioning Group Governing Board and is also Medical Director for the CCG.
Dr Fraser is the practice business development & financial lead.
Dr Fraser specialises in Occupational Health & Minor Surgery.
MB ChB MRCGP DRCOG DFFP DPHE (Bristol 1992)
Dr Pambakian currently works Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
Dr Pambakian has many years experience as a GP Trainer and along with Dr Okeke, she helps tutor and train qualified doctors to become General Practitioners.
Dr Pambakian is the practice clinical lead GP and medicines lead GP.
MBBS MA(oxon) MRCGP DCH
She currently works 3 days per week on Monday, Tuesday and Friday.
Dr Whitehouse is responsible for the care of our patients resident at Corrina Lodge Nursing Home and has a particular interest in End of Life and Palliative Care.
Dr Whitehouse is the Macmillan GP / Clinical Lead for Cancer & End of Life Care for Surrey Heath CCG.
MBchB DFFP DRCOG MRCGP (2006)
Dr Al-assadi currently works 3 days per week on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Dr Al-assadi is the practice lead GP for womens health including contraception and HRT.
MBBS BMedSci (Hons) MRCGP
Dr Curran joined the practice in 2014 as a GP Registrar and on completion of her training In September 2017, has now joined the practice as a salaried doctor.
Dr Curran works Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Team Leader Nurse Emma specialises in minor illnesses/injuries and is a nurse prescriber. Also she has finished her Asthma Diploma Course.
All of our practice nurses are fully qualified and registered with the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC).
The nurses can help with health issues such as family planning, healthy living advice, blood pressure checks and dressings. They also run clinics for long-term health conditions such as asthma or diabetes, minor ailment clinics and carry out cervical smears.
Suzie is our lead Diabetic & Respiratory Nurse. She carries out annual reviews and helps support patients in managing their long term health conditions.
Suzie is also one of the Triage Nurses and works alongside the Duty Doctor in managing 'on the day' acute health problems for patients. Suzie has recently completed her nurse prescriber training.
Suzie also carries out Child Immunisations as well as Travel Immunisations and advice. She is also one of the women's health nurses and carries out cervical smears and contraceptive pill checks.
Trish has particluar interest in Childrens Health and Travel Immunisations but also carries out other routine Treatment Room care for our patients. She is also a trained Diabetic nurse and works alongside her colleagues in supporting and managing their long term conditions.
Trish is also the Practice Care Plan coordinator working alongside the rest of the clinical team and key admin staff to identify and support patients who are more likely to have unplanned admissions to hospital. Her role requires her to visit patients in their home to help assess both their health and social care needs.
Kate is a longstanding member of the nursing team and has a special interest in Women's Health and is the lead nurse for the practice in this area.
Lynley works as a treatment room nurse returning to nursing 5 years ago.
Aine joined the practice in 2016 and was new to practice nursing.
She has extended her nursing skills and knowledge in the last year including her training for Travel and Childhood Immunisations as well as additional training in Diabetes management.
Kristy joined the practice in April 2017 as a Paramedic Practitioner and works as part of the extended clinical team, using her skills to see patients with acute illnesses and as well as carrying out many of the routine home visits and care home visits.
Our Healthcare Assistants (HCA's) support the nursing team with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure checks and new patient checks. They also carry out the leg ulcer clinic alongside the nurses as well the dementia checks and NHS Healthchecks on 40 -70 year olds.
They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.
Our Phlebotomists work primarily in the mornings Tuesday to Friday each week and are the primary clinicians for taking blood samples for testing. They work closely with the nursing team and the HCA's assisting them with their clinical work.
The practice management team has responsibility in managing all of the business aspects of the practice such as making sure that the right systems are in place to provide a high quality of patient care, human resources, finance, patient safety, premises and equipment and information technology.
They support the partners as well as the GP's and other health professionals with delivering patient services and also helps to develop extended services to enhance patient care.
Maggie has worked in the practice since 2008 and in primary care as a practice manager for approximately 20 years.
Her role as practice manager is wide and varied and includes finance, recruitment & HR, H&S, premises and strategic management of the practice.
She works closely with the partners on the development of the practice and responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the premises as well as the recruitment and retention of staff.
Maggie sits as the Practice Manager representative on the CCG's Governing Body. She is also the Business Manager for the Provider arm of the practice - UGR Patient Services - managing and overseeing the Community Pain Service and the Advanced MSK & Diagnostic Service.
Practice Manager Assistant
Lesley works as a Practice Manager Assistant supporting the manager in the day to day running of the practice.
Her particular role centres around Administration of the Quality and Outcome Framework which supports the NHS Income for the practice as well as overseeing the invitations and recall of patients with chronic diseases such as Diabetes.
Lesley also has joint responsibility for the running of the premises.
Denise works as a Practice Manager Assistant supporting the manager in the day to day running of the practice.
Her particular role centres around manning and timetabling doctors clinics as well as overseeing the administration of non NHS paperwork such as Insurance and Medical reports and requests for medical records.
Denise also has joint responsibility for the running of the premises.
Patient Liaison / Reception Manager
Ranee Sidhu joined the practice at the beginning of September 2018 as Reception and Patient Services Manager. Ranee has worked in a very large busy practice in a similar role and brings with her a wealth of knowledge, experience and fresh ideas. She joins our management team to work alongside the Partners in developing and improving internal processes and services to our patients.
Gill - Prescription/Scanning
Julie C - Prescription/Scanning
Kirstie - Prescription/Scanning
Sue B - Prescription/Scanning
Kim - Prescription/Scanning
Jason - Prescription/Scanning
Practice Administrator - Lesley Barnes
Lesley oversees the Policies and Protocols for the practice as well as Information Governance and working with colleagues on the invitation and recall of chronic disease patients.
Lesley also has responsibility for overseeing Patient Access services
Nurse Team Administrator
Marian's role is to support and assist the nurse clinical team with managing their workload, ordering stock and supplies and ensuring that appointments are filled and appropriately trafficked to make the best use of resources. She works closely with the lead nurse and GP in maintaining and monitoring infection control within the practice.
Maple Park Team
Julie Hunter - Upper Gordon Road Clinics: Thursday 1300-1630, Friday 0930-1230
Telephone 01276 604241 and ask for the Community Midwives Office
Urgent calls to: 01276 604035
A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.
Telephone 01483 782802
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