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Burnt Ash Surgery, Lee Health Centre , 2 Handen Road, Lee, SE12 8NPTel: 0203 049 2150
MD Qualified in 1980 at Bucharest, Romania
MBBS BSC MRCGP DFRSH DRCOG LOCSDI LOCIUD FRT Qualified in 2002
MBBS DFRSH MRCGP Qualified in 2014
Specialist Nurse Practitioner
Our Practice Nurses can help with travel advice, immunisations and health screening. They carry out procedures such as ear syringing, cervical smear tests, dressings, stitch removal, blood pressure checks, diabetic, mental health and asthma reviews, smoking cessation, dietary and contraception advice. If you wish to see the nurse please make an appointment at Reception.
Deputy Practice Manager
Please see doctor for a referral.
Every other Tuesday PM only. Check with receptionists. Can be referred by GP/Nurses or self-referral.
Patient Liaison Officer
Our trained receptionists are there to help you but their job is a demanding and difficult one. They act in accordance with the Practice guidelines. Suggestions / complaints should not be directed at the Receptionists. If you have any suggestions / complaints please speak to the Practice Manager.
Please be patient and help our Receptionists when required by giving as much information as possible. Rest assured that anything you tell them will be treated in the strictest confidence.
The midwife provides antenatal clinics every Friday at the surgery.
020 8314 7777 option 2
The district nurses provide healthcare for patients in their homes. Their main role is to give professional nursing, advice and health education in the community. Information and contact telephone numbers can be obtained from reception.
020 3049 2112
The health visitors are involved with healthcare particularly for expectant mothers and small children. They can be contacted on 0203 049 2755, Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 4.30 pm.
Tuesday - 9.30 - 11.30am
Thursday – 1.00 - 3.00pm