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Bridge Road Medical Centre, 66-88 Bridge Road, Litherland, Liverpool, Merseyside, L21 6PHTel: 0151 949 0249
MA, (Oxon) BM, B.Ch - Part time (male)
Born in 1960 in Sheffield, educated at Birkenhead School and Oxford University. He also holds the Diploma in Geriatric Medicine. His postgraduate hospital and general practice experience was gained mainly in the North East of England and Cumbria, but he also spent a year as a G.P. in New Zealand and as a locum in Wales and the Wirral.
BSc, MBBS, MRCGP - Full time (male)
Born in 1971, educated at Merchant Taylors School, Crosby and the University of London, graduating in 1994. Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners since 1998. Worked in hospital around London and Liverpool, and previously as a G.P. in L8.
MBChB,MRCGP Full time (male)
Born in Liverpool in 1973. Graduated from Leeds Medical School in 1997 and completed GP Vocational training in Wakefield . Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners since 2007. Previously worked in inner city Manchester before joining Bridge Road. Special interest in Child Health ,Respiratory Medicine and teaching.
Part time (female)
Born in Liverpool 1975. Graduated from University of Glasgow Medical School 1999, completed GP training and gained MRCGP in 2003. Also holds DRCOG and DFFP. Special interests in Diabetes, Children's and women's health.
Karen joined the team in June 2019. She can carry out clinical examinations, prescribing, initiating investigations and making secondary care referrals.
Practice Nurses are able to advise on a wide range of health matters, including travel health and immunisations, family planning, diet and exercise, stop smoking and minor ailments. They also run diabetic, asthma and heart disease clinics. In addition, they are responsible for nursing procedures: smears, blood pressure reviews, and immunisations.
Lynne may be able to help you with any administrative or non-medical aspect of your care and is available to discuss any suggestions or complaints you may have.
We have a large complement of administration staff and receptionists who are able to deal with your problems and queries.
The District Nursing Team are primarily available to give nursing care to patients in their homes via GP referral
Health Visitors are available to contact via 0151 247 6010 if you have any queries regarding your child.