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Charles Hicks CentreTel: 01480 453038
Roman Gate SurgeryTel: 01480 455331
On occasions the doctors or nurses may have a medical student with them during your consultation. If so, the Receptionist will tell you when you arrive for your appointment. If you would rather them not to be present during your consultation please tell us.
MB, BChir (1987) Cantab, MA, MRCGP, PGDip ENT, DFSRH.
Usual working days: Mon, Tue, Fri
Special Interests: Ear, nose and throat specialist and Epley manoeuvres, joint injections to include shoulders, knees and carpal tunnels, contraception-certified to insert IUS/IUD coils, minor surgery
MBBS MRCGP DRCOG DpD (Cardiff) Dip Ophth
Usual working days: Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri
Special Interests: Diabetes, Dermatology,Ophthalmology, MSK and cario vascular health, chronic disease management, minor surgery to include excisions, joint injections to include knee, elbow shoulder and carpal tunnel, training lead for registrars.
MB.ChB, (1998) Sheffield, MRCGP, DFSRH, DRCOG, Dip Paed
Usual working days: Mon, Wed, Fri
Special Interests: All Gynae related complaints, Contraception this includes IUS/IUD coils and Implants, Paediatrics, and minor surgery also one of the practice leads for training medical students
MB ChB DRCOG DFFP.
Part Time Salaried GP
Usual working days: Tues, Weds, Thurs
MB ChB 2015 Leicester
Usual Working Days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
BSc, MB BS 2015 London, DFSRH 2019
Usual Working Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
BSc 2007, MB BS 2009 London, MRCGP 2015
Usual Working Days: Tuesday and Thursday
RGN, Queens Nurse
A nurse practitioner is a registered nurse who has completed additional training to degree or masters level. Click here for more information about the services available.
Minor Illness Nurse
Midwives are employed by a local NHS Trust. They work in the antenatal clinics in the surgeries. In the community they visit mothers-to-be, and those who have just had babies, in their homes. The midwives can be contacted through the surgeries.
The nurses are employed by a local NHS Trust. They do not work in the surgeries but can be contacted through them. They work closely with the doctors amongst patients who are ill at home.
Health visitors are also employed by a local NHS Trust. They work in the community with people of all ages who need advice about healthy living. They regularly meet and discuss any difficulties with the doctors. They concentrate on the under fives. The health visitors can be contacted through the surgeries.
Mick is a health and lifestyle coach who can help you with your fitness and lifestyle
Helen is a Social Prescriber who can help you with issues affecting your health, for example, issues such as isolation or contacting voluntary services that could help you.