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We are delighted to welcome some new recruits to the practice, Dr Lucy Newton and Dr Sam Markl have both joined us as salaried GPs. Lucy & Sam both previously completed GP training placements here at TBMG so we are particularly happy they have chosen to continue their careers with us.

We also welcome three new GP Registrars, Dr Dafa Alla and Dr Ramasamy who will both be here for the final year of their GP training; Dr Mahmood who is with us for six months. Dr Jamal Bhatti is experiencing life as a GP for the next four months as part of his Foundation Programme training.



If you are eligible for a vaccine the Practice will have bought one for you.

Please contact us to arrange an appointment as soon as possible.

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