This website uses cookies to function correctly.
You may delete cookies at any time but doing so may result in some parts of the site not working correctly.
 

Noticeboard

Baby Imms clinics on Tuesdays are changing- From Tuesday 25th February you will no longer be able to drop into clinic and must have a designated appointment time sent from Child Health or booked through the surgery.


Flu Season is still ongoing.  If you still require your annual flu vaccine please contact us to make an appointment.


GP Patient Survey Results 2019: Outstanding results for Kearsley Medical


Centre- Well done team!! See the Survey Report section for full results

Doctors

Dr George Herbert Ogden (m)

Dr_G_Ogden.jpgMBChB 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)

Dr_L_Natha.jpgMBChB

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)

Dr_S_Guhathakurta.jpgMBChB 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)

MBChB Dr_C_Moran.jpgnMRCGP

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)

 MBChB MRCGP

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)

Dr. M LeakMBCHB, 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)

MatthewMBChB MRCGP

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)

Salaried GPShabana              

MBChB  MRCGP                                                    

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)

michaelMBChb, MRCGP

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

 
Call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergencyNHS ChoicesThis site is brought to you by My Surgery Website