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Dr Helen O’Neil (f)

MBBS (London 1979) MRCGP DRCOG DCH (Part-time)

Dr Helen O'Neil

 Helen has been a partner in the practice since 1992 and is married to Mike. She is our two GP trainer  responsible for the supervision of GP registrars who spend time with the practice as part of their GP  training.

Dr Mike O’Neil (m)

BSc MBBS (London 1980) MRCP (UK) (Part-time)

Dr Mike O'Neil

 Mike is on the board of Nottingham West Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) which includes most  practices in Eastwood, Stapleford and Beeston. He also develops an information system for the  Nottingham City and County CCGs. He is a keen mountain-biker and hill walker though no longer fast  enough to keep up with his two daughters.

Dr Ritu Kothari (f)

MBBS(Nagpur 1988) MRCGP DRCOG DFFP MS (surgery) DNB (surgery) MCh (plastic surgery) (Part time)

Dr Ritu Kothari

Ritu has been at the Practice since 2007 and became a Partner in 2008. With her surgical background, she has set up Minor Surgery Services at the Practice. She is able to provide Joint injections and can complete  biopsies as well as removing skin lesions and small lumps.

Outside of medicine she enjoys badminton, walking and cooking various cuisines

Dr Solomon Akwei (m)

MB ChB (Leicester Warwick Medical School 2005) MRCS, MRCGP

Dr Solomon Akwei

 Dr Akwei joined the practice in October 2014, having completed his GP training in Leicestershire

Dr Rishi Mosaheb (m)

MBBS University Of London 2010 MRCGP

Dr Rishi Mosaheb

 Rishi joined the practice as a partner in August 2015 having completed his specialist training with us in  the preceding 12 months

Dr Kelly Finlay (f)

BM BS 2008 University of Nottingham (Female (part time)

Dr Kelly Finlay

 Kelly joined the practice in April 2016 having completed her GP training with us earlier that year. 

Dr Manisha Shenoy (f)
Dr Nicholas Akam (m)
Dr Runveer Singh (m)

GP Registrar in training

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