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FACE MASK POLICY 


Although face masks will no longer be a legal requirement from 19 July 2021, as a clinical healthcare setting, Kiveton Park Medical Practice has decided that all staff and patients must continue to wear masks within the surgery until further notice. 


Infection rates of Covid-19 are on the increase, especially in our locality, and we feel it is imperative that we protect our most vulnerable patients and our workforce.  This is essential if we are to continue to provide patients with a local primary care service.  The Delta variant is highly contagious and has the potential to spread quickly in confined areas.  We simply cannot risk acting as a focus for infection. 


We thank patients for their understanding and co-operation.  In the hopefully unlikely event that a patient refuses to respect this request, then they may be asked to rearrange the appointment so that we can see them in a COVID secure environment. 


Thank you.

Doctors

Partners

Dr Neil Thorman

MB, ChB, DRCOG

Dr Thorman trained at Sheffield Medical School and qualified in 1994. He joined the practice in 1998. He is interested in mental health problems and runs the diabetic clinic. He is also a General Practitioner Tutor, taking medical students from Sheffield University as well as Foundation Level 2 doctors.

Dr Rejia Ullah

MBChB, DRCOG, DFFP, MRCGP

Dr Ullah joined the Practice in August 2015 although she originally did her GP Registrar training with the Practice in 2005. She has special interests in Palliative Care, Learning Disabilities and works closely with the local care home.

Dr Sarah Yacomeni

MB ChB, DRCOG, MRCGP

Dr Yacomeni trained at Leicester Medical School and qualified in 2008. She joined the Practice in March 2018. She has a keen interest in Palliative Care and Sexual Health.

Dr Wasim Kazi (m)

MB, ChB

Dr Kazi worked at the practice as a locum GP and joined us a Salaried GP Partner in November 2019. Dr Kazi trained at Liverpool Medical School. He is a keen Hockey and Cricket player.

Dr David Donkin

MB, ChB

Dr David Donkin joined the practice in April 2021. He trained at Sheffield Medical School and qualified in 2012. He has interest in GP Training and enjoys sports in the his spare time

Associate General Practitioners

Dr Andrew Grafton

MB, BS, BMed.Sci, MRCGP, DRCOG, DGM, DTM&H

Dr Grafton trained at Nottingham Medical School and qualified in 1988. He is married with three children. He joined the practice in 2001 and works part–time, having previously been a full–time General Practitioner for six years in Hertfordshire. His interests include ischemic heart disease, asthma and tropical medicine having spent two years working in Africa.

Dr Ben Harris

MB, ChB

Dr Ben Harris trained at Manchester University and qualified in 2000. He joined the practice in 2013 working two days a week and enjoys all aspects of General Practice. Ben spends his other days looking after his young family and is a keen athlete.

Dr Gillian Turner

Mb ChB, DFSRH, MRCGP

Dr Turner trained at Birmingham Medical School and qualified in 2010. She joined the practice in 2015 working three days a week. She has interests in all aspects of general practice, in particular women’s health.

Training Practice

We are a Training Practice for qualified doctors intending to become General Practitioners. A General Practice Associate in Training is usually here to gain experience of general practice. They may be sitting in with the doctor, nurse or other members of our team here during your consultation: you will be informed if this is the case.

As their training progresses they will hold their own surgeries under the supervision of their trainer, Dr Rejia Ullah, Dr Sarah Yacomeni and Dr Wasim Kazi. If you have any objection to this please let us know. On occasion surgeries will be recorded for training purposes but only with the signed consent of the patients involved at the time. To help maintain the high standards expected in this training work the practice will be inspected by other doctors from time to time. This inspection will include looking at some medical records. If you do not wish your records to be used for this purpose please let reception know.

A similar scheme allows hospital doctors (who may or may not go on to become General Practitioners) experience in family medicine – this is called the Foundation Year 2 rotation. Dr Neil Thorman is a tutors for the F2 scheme and we usually have a new F2 Trainee every 4 months.

 
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