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Sugar Way, Woodston, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE2 9QBTel: 01733 796622
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Dr Bankart has overall responsibility for the patient care at Botolph Bridge Practice. He has been a GP for over 30 years and has a passion for looking after the whole person. Dr Bankart is also a qualified GP trainer and the practice in involved in training medical students in conjunction with Cambridge University. He is also an experienced vasectomy surgeon.
Dr Marimuthu is our salaried GP and speaks Africans.
General Practitioner - Nurse (GP-N) are highly experienced and qualified nurses, with Masters degree education and very substantial clinical experience. They are also called Advanced Nurse Practitioners. They are trained diagnosticians and qualified to prescribe certain medication. They take on much of the work that formerly only doctors would do.
Jade is our Reception Manager
Dominika works as Clinical Support
Our medical secretaries look after correspondence, especially between the practice and other healthcare professionals.
Novtej is the Clinical Pharmacist at the practice and qualified in 2009. He has since had experience in hospital, community and now primary care.
Novtej speaks Punjabi and Hindi
Midwife clinics are held at Bototlph Bridge every Monday and Tuesday (except Bank Holidays) and occasionally on Thursdays when demand is high.
The first booking in appointment goes into your history in detail and normally takes an hour. Follow up appointments tend to be shorter about 20 minutes.