Dr. Andrew Askey (Male)
M.B., B.S. 1985 London
MSc (Health Sciences-Diabetes) 2010
Joined the practice in 1991
Specialises in Diabetes and joint injections.
Lead GP for Walsall for Diabetes.
Dr Ajaya Ghosh (Male)
M.B.,B.S. 1997 India
M.D.Respiratory medicine 2001
Joined the practice 2010
Specialises in respiratory medicine, including Asthma and COPD, joint injections, anticoagulation.
And is a GP Trainer.
Specialist interest GPSI for Substance Misuse for Walsall.
Dr. Michaela Rowan (Female)
M.B. Ch.B. 2006 Birmingham
Joined the practice 2012
Specialises in Palliative Care and pain management.
Dr. Ammar Hashmi (Male)
M.B. Ch.B. 2010 Birmingham
Joined the practice 2014
Specialises in Diabetes, Mentoring GP Registrars and Teaching Medical Students
Dr. Michael Anderson (Male)
Dr. Peace Nikoi (Female)
Dr. India Ramaiha (Female)
Dr. Tahira Fayyaz (Female)
The Primary Health Care Team
Angela Timms MA (Epd) AImgt CMD
Sr. Amanda Petty, RGN
Senior Practice Nurse
Lead Nurse for Diabetes, Coronary Heart Disease and COPD
Lead Nurse for Cervical Cytology, Asthma
Sr. Nicki Kelsey, RGN
Lead Nurse for Rheumatology
Sr. Lisa (Elizabeth) Clewer, RGN
Health Care Assistant/Phlebotomist
Reception Manager – Senior PSA –
Can deal with any concerns regarding your non- clinical care.
Reception Staff – Patient Service Assistants (PSA’s)
Deborah, Carol, Nicola, Helen, Sarah B, Jo, Dawn, Rachael, Pat, Lauren, Olivia, Sarah S and Louise
Our reception staff are trained to deal with your needs. They can make appointments (including requests for home visits) and tell you the results of tests when the doctor has seen and approved them, deal with general enquiries regarding your medical care or pass onto the appropriate person.
Our reception staff can deal with any queries regarding your repeat prescriptions.
We find the most efficient way of ordering and collecting your repeat prescription is through the NHSApp, or through our on line services and for the prescription to be forwarded electronically to your nominated Pharmacy.
Alternatively you can order by telephoning the NHS Prescription Ordering Direct (POD) on 01922 211279 between 9 am and 5 pm Monday to Friday, or by bringing or post your completed right hand side of your prescription to the surgery. Please note the letter box is on the wall on the right hand side of the main entrance.
Please allow 48 working hours for your prescription request to be completed.
We can send your prescription direct to your nominated Pharmacy through the electronic prescription service (EPS). Please notify your preferred pharmacy to add themselves to the electronic prescription service.
Please note there may be instances when a review at the surgery will be required prior to authorisation of your prescription. Please check your review date prior to ordering – this can be found at the top of the right hand side of your prescription.
Cheryl and Lisa
Can deal with any queries regarding referrals to specialists and medical reports.
Chronic Disease Administration –
Reception staff are also able to deal with any enquiries regarding letters received, and/or appointments in our chronic disease clinics, i.e. diabetes, heart, stroke, asthma clinics.
New Patient Registration/Medical Record Summarising/ Reception Team
Reception staff are also able to deal with any enquiries regarding registration, summarisation of medical records and enquiries post hospital discharge for patients aged over 75 years, or on our at risk register for hospital admission.