Gurjit Ghataora

Gurjit is our practice pharmacist, who is available at the practice Monday to Friday.

Gurjit can help our patients with medication related queries and carry out medication reviews for those on multiple medicines. As a pharmacist, she acts as a source of medicines information for all of the practice team and patients (e.g. around doses, side effects and possible alternatives). In addition, she helps to keep the medical records up to date in line with key changes regarding medications and changes post hospital discharge and appointments. She also has experience of working in the mental health speciality at an NHS Trust.

Her qualifications are as follows :


PG Dip in Clinical Pharmacy                       

PG Cert Psychiatric Therapeutics  

Community Midwives

Antenatal clinics are held on Thursday afternoons by a member of the midwifery team. They can be contacted by telephone on 0116 258 4834. As well as antenatal clinics they undertake regular visits to expectant mothers, new mothers and their babies. Initial ‘New Booking’ appointments are held on Wednesday afternoons. Please make an initial appointment between the 8th and 10th week of pregnancy.

Susie Whillock

Community Nurses

spaThe District Nurses provide nursing care to the terminally ill, housebound, elderly and disable individuals and their families.

The District Nurses can be contacted on: 0300 300 7777

Health Visitors

Health Visitors are trained nurses with further qualifications in Midwifery and health visiting. The Health Visitors provide a full range of children’s services including child health surveillance and well baby clinics. The Health Visitors are based at Whitwick Road Surgery and can be contacted on 01530 468602.

Please leave a message on their answer machine if they are not available.

Attached Staff

Social Prescribers

Social prescribing is part of universal personalised care. This is work that the NHS is doing to make sure you have choice and control over your care and support.

Bryonie Mellor
Melissa Hancox
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