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87-89 High Street, Abbots Langley, Hertfordshire, WD5 0AJTel: 01923 262363
Sign up to online access to book appointments, request repeat prescriptions and access your medical record. Ask at reception for an application form and bring photo ID.
MB BS (Royal Free1998) MRCGP DRCOG DFFP PGDipClinDerm
Dr Carter works on a Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
MD (MB BS equivalent) (Afghanistan 2000) MRCGP
Dr Faizy works on a Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (Thursday non-patient day)
MD (MB BS equivalent) (Afghanistan 1999), MRCGP
Dr Rasekh works on a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
MD (MB BS equivalent - Iran 1997) MRCGP
Dr Rasekhi works on a Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
Practice Manager : Babita is our new practice manager and joined our team on 4th January 2022.
Assistant Practice Manager
Marilyn, Julie and Cathy.
Our administration team carry out a number of tasks to ensure the day to day running of the practice. For example they are responsible for registering new patients, writing to patients inviting them for chronic disease reviews, sorting and scanning post, financial auditing and much more.
Yvonne is our Medico-Legal administrator dealing with all incoming requests for information from patient records. These include reports and copies of notes both from patients, insurance companies and solicitors. Yvonne also helps out with scanning.
Julie and Lynda
Our secretaries are responsible for processing referrals and liaising with patients with regards to electronic booking of hospital appointment, along with many other duties associated with an extremely busy office.
Lorraine (Supervisor), Tina (Supervisor), Claire, Collette, Lisa, Rebecca, Davina, Sarah, Jo and Alison
Receptionists provide an important link for patients with the practice and are the initial contact point for general enquiries. They will signpost patients to the right person/organisations depending on the health issue or query. Receptionists make most of the patient appointments with the GPs and nurses. They also perform other important tasks such as issuing repeat prescriptions and dealing with prescription and results enquiries.
Rebecca is also our Carer Champion. As carer Champion she is able to act as the main contact person for carers, other staff members and local carer organisations. In order to successfully support carers, all staff are aware of her role and are involved in the identification of new carers for adding to the carers register. Self-identification is encouraged by having material on our Carers Board, items in our newsletter and on the website which also provide information about the benefits of being registered as a carer. A member of staff attends Carer Champion Network meetings where best practice can be shared. There is access to timely information, up to date resources and publications for carers, an update from Carers in Herts and training opportunities. Our Carer Champion will act as a voice for carers within the practice and be a key point of contact for carer information. Please ask at Reception or telephone 01923 262363 to speak to our Carer Champion.
The Community Midwife Team is based at Watford General Hospital and can be contacted on 01923 217361.
Our Community Midwife, Helena, runs antenatal clinics at the surgery twice a week. Non urgent messages can be left for her at the surgery on 01923 262363.
Messages can be left for the team at their base at Langley House on 01923 686815.
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.
Office contact tel: 01923 234282
We are part of North Watford Primary Care Network (PCN), made up of Sheepcot Medical Centre, Abbotswood Medical Centre and ourselves.
Within the PCN we share some key staff:
PCN Manager - Sonia Weller
Clinical Pharmacist - Hitesh Ramaiya
Paramedic - Mark Burstow
Social Prescribers - Sarah Sales and Carol Nutkins