Healthcare in Milton Keynes
NPMC is proud to tell you about the role one of our GP Partners is playing in designing and managing healthcare across the city. They are doing this through their position as elected board members on Milton Keynes Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).
How does Milton Keynes CCG commission services?
They do this through commissioning changes to local health services by working through programme boards charged to:
- Maintain and improve quality
- Keep tight financial control
- Deliver on the quality & productivity challenge
- Give momentum for transition and reform
Dr Tayo Kufeji is the elected board member for Maternity and Children's services. The plans for this area are based on the principles of delivering quality services that provide demonstrable value for money. The focus will be on procuring services against outcome measures and benchmarking services with best practice in comparable areas. The care pathways designed will reflect the intent to avoid admission to hospital and to provide support and advice to allow children to be cared for in the community, or close to home; advocating care that reduces interventions where appropriate, such as normalising birth and reducing unnecessary paediatric admissions. There is a focus on prevention and providing universal, accessible services with targeted care appropriate to the needs of the individual
How can you get involved:
Patients can get involved by enquiring about our Patient Reference Group. This group helps us shape our services by answering questionnaires on our service electronically. To join please pick up a registration form from the Medical Centre or select patient participation group from the right hand menu side of the page and click on the link patient reference group.
|Dr Ian Carter (m)|
MA (Oxon) 1975, MB ChB (Cantab) 1981, DCH 1984, MRCGP 1986
Surgeries held: Monday and Wednesday
Dr Carter has a special interest in dermatology and minor surgery. These appointments will be available through a referral following an appointment with your registered Doctor.
|Dr Asha Chandola (f)|
MBBS, DCH, DRCOG, MRCGP
Surgeries held: Monday, Wednesday all day and Thursday, Friday mornings
Dr Chandola trained at St George's Hospital Medical School in London.
She is a Member of the Royal College of GPs and has achieved a
Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education.
Within the practice, she now trains qualified Doctors to become competent GPs. She also supervises hospital doctors who are GPs in training. She is a prescribing lead for the practice.
|Dr Tayo Kufeji (m)|
MBBS, MPH, MRCGP, DIP.MSK
Surgeries held: Monday, Tuesday am, Thursday and Friday am
Special interest in musculo-skeletal medicine and rheumatology. Also
involved in NHS commissioning and a Board member of Milton
|Dr Fatima Mohri (f)|
MBBS (London) 2002, MRCS, MRCGP, B.Sc Human Genetics
Surgeries held: Monday,Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday am Rheumatology clinic Thursday pm
Dr Mohri has a special interest in minor operations, musculo-skeletal,
rheumatology and women's health.
|Dr Sharon Rocque (f)|
BSc Biology MBBS, MRCGP
Surgeries held: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday with a Rheumatology clinic Thursday pm
Dr Rocque has a special interest in Rheumatology and ENT.
|Dr Emma Thorncroft (f)|
MBBS (2004) University of London; MRCP (2007); DRCOG (2009);
Surgeries held: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday mornings
|Dr Shalin Parikh (m)|
B.Sc (2003) University of London; MB BS (2006) University of
London; MRCGP (2011)
Surgeries held: Monday, Tuesday and Friday
Interest in business management and education of GP trainers.
|Dr Amit Karia (m)|
Dr Amit Karia has clinics on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
|Dr James Clifford (m)|
University of Nottingham BMed Sci, BMBS – graduated 2010
Surgeries held: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
Dr Clifford is the new registrar working at the practice. Dr Clifford is in his final year of GP training and is looking forward to working here. Dr Clifford trained at Nottingham University and this is his third year in the Milton Keynes area, he has previously worked at Whaddon Medical Centre and Milton Keynes Hospital in the orthopaedic, ENT and mental health departments. His outside interests include sports and in particular triathlons.