|Dr George Herbert Ogden (m)|
MBChB MRCGP DRCOG DFFP
I qualified at the University of Birmingham in 1989 and after 8 years in the Royal Navy joined the practice in 1997. I have a clinical interest in Respiratory Medicine and End of Life Care and I am the staff partner at the practice. I am married to Mandy and have two daughters. Outside of work, I enjoy running and cooking.
|Dr Liaqat All Natha (m)|
I qualified in 1997 from Liverpool University and became a partner at Kearsley Medical Centre in 2002. I am responsible for the computer systems at the practice and work for NHS Bolton Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) as an Information Management and Technology Clinical Lead. I am married with 4 young children and involved in working with the local community.
|Dr Sumit Guhathakurta (m)|
MBChB MRCGP PGDip Cardiology.
I qualified in 1997 from Edinburgh University and joined the Practice in 2003 as a Partner. I am responsible for training GP Registrars in the Practice. I have a special interest in Cardiology and as well as regular appointments I also perform joint injections and cryotherapy. I am married and have 4 children.
|Dr Charlotte Moran (f)|
I graduated from Manchester University in 2002. After a career change from A & E, I became a registrar and then employed GP at the practice and now I am a partner here at Kearsley. I am married and have a dog and cat.
|Dr Rebecca Cruickshank (f)|
I graduated from the University of Leeds in 2009. I originally worked at the practice as a trainee in 2010 and re-joined as a Salaried GP in January 2015.
Since 1 February 2016, I have become a Partner at Kearsley Medical Centre
My areas of interest include Paediatrics and End of Life Care. Outside of work, I enjoy going to the gym, reading and eating out.
|Dr Molly Douglas (f)|
MBCHB, BMedSci, MRCGP
CURRENTLY ON MATERNITY LEAVE
I qualified from the university of Sheffield in 2011. I joined the practice in 2015 as a registrar, stayed as a salaried GP and I am now a GP Partner.
I have a specialist interest in family planning and sexual health.
Outside of work, I enjoy running, theatre, cooking and spending time with friends. I also have one cat.
|Dr Matthew Yelland (m)|
I qualified from the University of Manchester in 2011. Having spent 6 months during my GP training at the practice in 2014, I re-joined as a salaried GP in August 2016 and on 1 February 2018, I became a GP Partner.
My areas of specialist interest include paediatrics and end of life care.
Outside of work, I keep fit by running regularly, enjoy watching football and eating out.
|Dr Shabana Zafar (f)|
I graduated from the University of Manchester in 2011. I completed my GP training in East Lancashire and took up a salaried post at Kearsley Medical Centre in October 2017. I work at Kearsley Medical Centre on a Monday, Tuesday and Friday. I am also an Clinical Debrief tutor at the University of Manchester and teach medical students once a week. My areas of specialist interest are women's health and medical education. I am married with one daughter and enjoy spending time with family and friends as well as cooking, travelling and shopping.
|Dr Michael Howes (m)|
I graduated from the University of Manchester in 2011, following which I completed my GP training at Bolton Hospital, working as a trainee at Kearsley Medical Centre in 2016 before taking up a salaried post in 2018 working Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
Outside of work I enjoy cycling, racquet sports and anything in the great outdoors