Dr Julian Arscott-Barber (Male) - MBChB
Dr Nelun Elphick (Female) - MBChB DRCOG MRCGP
Dr Samina Shah (Female) - MBBS DRCOG MRCGP FP
Dr Miran Patel (Male) - MBBS MRCGP BSc (Hons) DRCOG DFSRH
Dr Simon Nelson (Male) - MBBS BSc (Hons) MRCP MRCGP
Dr Emma Agyekum (Female) - MBChB Bmed Sci (Hons) Behavioural Sciences
Dr Sundeep Chumber (Male) – BMBS iBSc (Physiology)
Dr Kat Warren (Female) – BA dual (Hons) MBChB, MRCGP DFSRH
Dr Rasheedah Amussah (Female) – MBBS, IBSc, MRCGP DRCOG
Our experienced practice nurses have also received additional training in family planning, asthma, diabetes and disease management as well as warfarin management. They also manage wound care in the treatment room. They work closely with the doctors and are trained to do an extensive range of procedures and tests. They are available by appointment for such services as foreign travel vaccinations, cervical smear and routine blood pressure checks, routine health checks on our elderly patients and advice on HRT.
The practice nurses are happy to discuss aspects of losing weight and giving up smoking.
Julie Treadgold - Practice Nurse
Sharon Lynch – Practice Nurse
Pamela Ebirien-Agana – Practice Nurse
Health Care Assistant
Advanced Clinical Practitioner
There is a district nursing team attached to the practice that provide home nursing services mostly for the housebound, elderly, chronically sick and people who have had recent operations.
If you require the district nursing services you may contact them by telephoning 020 8319 7077 Monday to Friday (9.00am-12.00pm and 1.00pm-5.00pm). Please telephone 0208 302 2678 (8.30am-5.00pm) or 01322 294300 (5.00pm-7.00am) Saturday, Sunday and bank holidays.
The Admin team
Senior Operations Administrator - Mrs Gloria O’Connell
Medical secretaries - Siobhan & Michelle
Administration of medical reports & non-NHS services - Mrs Vanessa May
Administration of Data Quality - Lorraine Goldsmith, Natasha Dodd
Prescribing Administrators - Teresa Graves-Hammond, Jessica Athwal
The reception staff are here to help you and are your link with the rest of the health care team. They have a difficult job to do with telephone calls and enquiries coming from every direction. When you telephone for medical attention the receptionist may need to ask for a few details in order to judge the urgency of your request. They have been asked to do this, but the information you give will always be treated in confidence as they are bound by the same rules of confidentiality as doctors and nurses. Please note we operate a zero tolerance policy to abusive patients and have the right to remove any such patients from our register.
We may sometimes have medical, nursing and other health professional students with us. It is helpful if patients are willing to see health professionals in training, but if you prefer not to, please tell the receptionist.
At the Albion we have the luxury of having wonderful in-house counsellors who are trained to deal with personal and emotional problems. You are be referred to see one of them after a discussion with your doctor.
Mrs Lynne Marjoram – NHS counsellor and CBT practitioner