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Petersfield Medical PracticeTel: 01223 350647
Staff Health CentreTel: 01223 216689
MB Bchir (2005) MA (Cantab 2005)
Dr Ajay Kumar read medicine at Downing College, Cambridge and has special interests in minor surgery and aviation medicine. In addition to working at the practice, Dr. Kumar is an Aeromedical Examiner for the Civil Aviation Authority
MBBS, MRCGP, DRCOG
Dr Malik is a GP Partner
Dr Alice Cozens started with us in November 2019 and is a Salaried GP working 6 sessions a week over 3 days.
Dr l. Anand started with us in July 2021 and is a Salaried GP working 4 sessions a week over 3 days.
Our nurses work very closely with the doctors and will see you for the following:
We have a dedicated team of reception staff who are here to help you. They make appointments, take messages, help with general enquiries and aim to offer a first class service to you.
A midwife from the Sky Team holds a weekly clinic at the surgery. Pregnant ladies will be given paperwork at their booking appointment which includes details of when, where and who to see for routine antenatal care along with the telephone numbers for the midwife and how to contact her and the maternity hospital.
The community nursing team pick up messages from us on a regular basis. Messages can be left with our reception staff or on the community nurses' own answerphone by telephoning 01223 566461.
A counsellor from The Laurence Way Counselling Scheme works in the practice. A referral from one of the GP's will allow access to this service.