Team

Doctors

Name Qualification Position M/F Photograph
Dr Asifa AkhtarBSc Pharm (Hons) MRPharms MB ChB DFSRH DRCOG MRCGPAsifa joined the practice in October 2011 after completing the Nottingham Vocational Training scheme. She qualified from Leicester Warwick Medical School in 2004. She has a background in pharmacy and enjoys teaching. She is married to a GP and has 3 children. Female
Dr Louise GlasgowBA(Oxon) BM BCh MRCPCH DRCOG MRCGP DFFPLouise qualified in Oxford in 1997 and initially trained in Paediatrics in Nottingham before moving into General Practice. She has a special interest in paediatrics, child health and dermatology. She moved from a partnership in north Nottingham to come to Keyworth in July 2011. She is married to a consultant who works at Queens Medical Centre and they have three young boys.Female
Dr Alan CarrMB ChB DRCOGAlan qualified at Manchester Medical School in 1983, and completed his vocational training there before joining his first practice in the West Midlands in 1987, where he was a partner for 20 years. He moved to Nottingham in 2008 following his marriage to a local resident the previous year, and worked as a locum in several Nottingham city practices. He joined Keyworth Medical Practice initially as a locum in 2009. He has three grown up children. As a true Stretford -Ender he is allowed to support Manchester United. Male
Dr Neil ShroffBSc, MBBS AFRCSEd. MRCGPNeil joined the practice in May 2005 as a GP locum, after finishing the Nottingham Vocational Training Scheme. He progressed to assistantship, then partnership in April 2007. He qualified in 1995 at Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School. He initially trained in surgery and completed basic surgical training in Norwich. He specialised in plastic surgery and worked in several hospitals around the UK , but decided family life was more important so trained as a GP. He has a special interest in minor surgery and skin cancer, working closely with Consultant Dermatologists. He has a diploma in Clinical Dermatology (Barts & London). He has pioneered the skin cancer surgery service for local practices which is based at Keyworth along with Dr Hamilton. He sits on national committees for Dermatology, focussing on primary care Dermatology Education & Skin Cancer. He is married with 2 children.Male
Dr Jim HamiltonMB BS MRCGP DRCOGJim joined the practice in July 2004. He qualified at the Middlesex Hospital Medical School in London in 1985, and was a GP in Clifton (Nottingham) for 11 years before coming to Keyworth. Jim is also the Medical Director of the Nottingham NHS Urgent Care Centre, and has worked to develop minor illness nursing at the Out of Hours Service in Nottingham, the Walk in Centre and numerous Practices in Nottingham. His interests outside work include golf, gardening and computing. He is married with two children.Male
Dr Jill Langridge (Senior partner)BMedSci MB BS DRCOG MRCGP DFFPJill joined the practice as a part-time assistant in 1995 having previously worked here as a GP registrar and became a partner working part time in 1999. She qualified in Nottingham in 1989 where she also did her GP vocational training. She has worked in a variety of hospital posts including dermatology and ear nose and throat before joining the practice. She is married to another local GP and has two children. Female
Dr Sukhveer SandhuMBChB MRCGP DRCOGSukhveer joined the surgery in January 2015. He qualified at Birmingham Medical School in 2009 and completed his vocational training in 2014. He then moved back to Nottingham having recently married. His wife is currently doing her anaesthetic training at the Queens. In addition to working at Keyworth, he works as a locum GP at various Nottingham city practices. His interest outside of work includes football, cricket and travelling and is an avid Manchester United supporter. He is also keen on teaching in primary care and is looking to incorporate this into his work at Keyworth in the near future.Male
Dr Gurvinder SahotaMBChB DRCOG MRCGPGurvinder joined the practice in August 2015 after having completed his General Practice speciality training in Nottingham. He qualified from the University of Birmingham in 2009 and initially trained in surgery before moving into General Practice. He currently works between Keyworth and the University of Nottingham Medical School, where he is a Clinical Assistant Professor. He has a keen interest in undergraduate teaching, research and medical ethics.Male
Dr Suzanne Sivanandan MA (cantab) MBBS AICSM DFSRH MRCGPSuzanne studied pre-clinical medicine at Cambridge University and then studied clinical medicine at Imperial College London, completing her training in 2010. She spent her first two years as a Doctor working in the North West then moved back to London to complete her GP vocational training at King's College Hospital, finishing in August 2015. Whilst completing her GP vocational training she completed a diploma in sexual and reproductive health, completed a postgraduate course in Diabetes and became a forensic medical examiner for cases of sexual assault. Her husband's work has brought her to Nottingham, he is also a Doctor, specialising in clinical oncology, they have 1 child.Female

Practice nurses

Name Qualification Position Photograph
Practice Nurse TeamMany of the things that you might think you need to see a doctor about can often be dealt with by nurses, several of whom have been trained to deal with some medical problems. Indeed, for some things they are going to be more experienced at dealing with the problem than a doctor. Routine blood pressure checks, HRT and contraceptive prescribing, minor illness management and management of diabetes, coronary heart disease, asthma and COPD and many others, can come within their expertise.
Ryan IlottRGNPractice Nurse
Louise LeePractice Nurse
Linda PigottRGNLinda joined the practice in August 2014. She has over 20 years experience in nursing within general practice and is competent in all aspects of practice nursing including immunisation of children and adults, travel health, smears, contraception reviews, wound dressings, Health checks and all aspects of health promotion. She is especially interested in the management of chronic disease. She is committed to working in partnership with patients providing education and support, and encouraging self-management of their long term conditions
Juanni YeungRGNJuanitia started employment with Keyworth Medical Practice in August 2013. She brings with her a variety of skills from her previous nursing experience. After qualifying as a registered nurse in March 2006 she worked in the hospital environment on acute medical wards and has progressed her career to take on extended practice within the community as Nurse Practitioner at the Walk in Centres. She is competent to manage minor illness & injury, and has experience of dealing with emergencies. She also runs clinics for routine care such as; wound dressings, contraception & hormone replacement reviews, smears, health checks, immunisations. She has a keen interest in promoting healthy living and aims to support patients with self-managing their long term conditions.

Additional heathcare staff

Name Qualification Position Photograph
AmandaHCA / Administrator
District NursesThe District Nurses' role encompasses specialist knowledge in wound care, leg ulcer management, continence care, care of the terminally ill and those with complex needs. The service is designed to promote the health and independence of housebound patients and their carers. For those who can travel, the District Nurses operate a specialist continence clinic at Keyworth Primary Care Centre, and a leg ulcer clinic at East Leake Health Centre. You can be referred though your GP or the District Nursing team
Healthcare Assistant TeamHealth Care Assistants - assist the Doctors during Minor Operations, assist Practice Nurses and independently undertake certain procedures. For example, blood taking, measure blood pressure, weight management, test urine, ECG tracings, minor dressings, New Patient health checks, INR blood tests, suture removal, Flu immunisations, clip removal, B12 injections, minor dressings, measurement for walking sticks, NHS Health Checks, New Patient Health Checks, among many other duties.
HeatherHealthcare Assistant
AmandaHealthcare Assistant / Aministrator
JanetHealthcare Assistant
SaraHealthcare Assistant
BeccaHealthcare Assistant / Receptionist
DanniHealthcare Assistant
MollyHealthcare Support Worker / Receptionist
Family Health VisitorsThe Health Visitor Jane Dingley and the Nursery Nurse Ruth Sabin are available to advise on child development, immunisations and childcare. Baby weighing facilities are available. Jane is an approved nurse prescriber and is able to issue prescriptions for some childhood ailments.Please do not bring ill children to these clinics as it may pass infection on to others. Health Visitors also have a duty to protect children and are therefore trained in child protection issues Jane is a practice teacher, therefore she may have student health visitors in placement with her.

Practice staff

Name Qualification Position Photograph
LornaSenior Receptionist
AlexReceptionist
AliReceptionist
ClaireReceptionist
SharonReceptionist
AmandaHCA / Administrator
RowenaAdministrator / Receptionist
DianeDispenser
LynnAdministrator / Dispenser
TraceyAdministrator
Emma FAdministrator
BarbAdministrator
BeckySecretary
AndreaSecretary
AmandaHealthcare Assistant / Aministrator
BeccaHealthcare Assistant / Receptionist
MollyHealthcare Support Worker / Receptionist