The GP Partners
|Dr R Noor (Female)
||Mb ChB MRCGP DFSRH
|Dr T Takla (Female)
||BSc MBBS DRCOG MRCGP
|Dr C Sankaran (Female)
||MB BS MRCOG MRCGP DFSRH
|Dr S Evans (Female)
|Dr H Taylor (Female)
|Dr R Delany (Female)
The Practice Nurses
We have Four Practice Nurse at present, Nurse Julie, Lynzie and Sasha and Kathy. We also have one Health Care assistants; Susan . The numerous tasks of our practice nursing team include blood pressure checks, infant and adult immunisations, travel immunisations and advice, ear syringing, wound dressings, removal of stitches, cervical smears, ECGs and some blood tests. They assist the doctors in various clinics, monitoring diabetes, minor surgery, healthy living and family planning.
Appointments for consultation with them can be made directly without referral from your doctor.
The Administration Team
They will assist you in making routine and emergency appointments, organise repeat prescriptions, answer numerous and varied questions and try to offer help and assistance at all times. It is a legal requirement that confidentiality of patients’ records is maintained at the highest level by all staff. All staff working within the practice have a duty of care and work within the remit of the Data Protection Act.
The Community Healthcare Team
We have links with the Enfield health visitors and they can be accessed at Highlands Health Centre, 3 Florey Square, Winchmore Hill, N21 1UJ. Telephone: 0208 360 5650.For more information please ask at reception.
We have a phlebotomist who attends the practice every morning to take blood specimens requested by the doctors. Appointments are necessary for this clinic.
The district nurses provide nursing care for those people who cannot get to the surgery. They work closely with the doctors and other professionals such as home carers and Macmillan nurses. They can also offer advice on issues such as continence. Initial referral is usually via your GP or following discharge from hospital.
Community Psychiatric Nurses
These specialised nurses are part of the mental health team. They help to provide close liaison between the hospital and community.
The practice has a commitment to the ongoing education of undergraduate doctors General Practitioner Registrars and Medical Students (currently from Royal Free and University College Hospitals).
If you do not wish to have the Medical student present during your consultation, please inform the reception staff prior to seeing the doctor.
When booking an appointment, you may be asked if you would consult with one of our registrars who are excellent doctors, appointed by the practice.
Average pay for GPs working at this Practice
All GP Practices are required to declare mean earnings (i.e average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.
The average pay for GPs working in this practice of Park Lodge Medical Centre in the last financial year was £38,771 before tax and National Insurance.
This is for 4 full time GPs and 3 part time GPs who worked in the practice for more than six months.