Cathedral Medical Centre, Princess of Wales Hospital, Lynn Road, Ely, Cambridgeshire, CB6 1DNTel: 01353 669923
GP Specialty Registrars
We are hoping to become an accredited training practice for GP trainees in the near future.
We regularly host Medical Students from both the University of Cambridge and the University of East Anglia. They normally have scheduled sessions with patients who have been invited to assist with training. However at times they will sit in with the GPs & Nurses to get an idea as to how General Practice operates. If your appointment is affected by this you will be informed in advance. If you do not wish to be seen with a student you have the right to ask for them not to be present. You may do this at any time without it affecting your care in any way.
GMC Number: 4515939
Qualified from University of Manchester, 1998
MBBS BA MRCGP
GMC Number: 5208595
MBBS MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH DGM
Qualified from St John's Medical College, Bangalore India, 1993.
MRCGP MBBS MSc
Advanced Nurse Practitioner - Section Head
Advanced Nurse Practitioner - Womens health specialist
Group Nurse Manager
Senior practice nurse
Diabetes Nurse Specialist
Specialist practice nurse
First contact Physio
Group Quality Manager
Chief Operating Officer
Group Practice Operations Manager
Group Facilities and IT Manager
Clinical Admin Manager
Patient Services Manager
Medical Secretarial Manager
PCN Clinical Pharmacist
PCN Pharmacy Technician
Social Prescribing is a means by which GPs, nurses and other health and care professionals can refer people to a range of local, non-clinical services to support and individuals good health and overall wellbeing.
Sometimes referred to as a community referral, social prescribing seeks to address peoples needs in a holistic way, within a community. It is about connecting people to sources of help and support within their local community.
Social prescribing encourages people to be better informed, to understand more about their health, enabling them to be more proactive in shaping their own personal wellbeing.
Examples of things which may impact peoples health
For Patients, this means your GP or healthcare professional can connect you with Social, Physical and other community based groups and activities which will help provide practical and emotional support, leading to better health and wellbeing.
Examples of the variety of activities you might be linked with include volunteering, arts and crafts, group learning, gardening, befriending, cookery, healthy eating advice and a range of physical activities and support groups.
Referral to social prescribing pathways.
Referral to social prescribing support can be made through surgery GPs and other healthcare professionals.
Medicines Technician Manager