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**CORONAVIRUS** NO ENTRY TO SURGERY UNLESS YOU HAVE A FACE TO FACE APPOINTMENT - SEE LATEST NEWS TAB FOR MORE INFO.

HMC are proud to receive a CQC GOOD WITH OUTSTANDING IN RESPONSIVE, CARE OF OLDER PEOPLE, VULNERABLE ADULTS AND YOUNG PEOPLE following our inspection. The first outstanding awarded in the boroughs of B&D, Redbridge, Havering! Thank you to our wonderful team. We will continue to work hard and improve the service we offer to our incredible patients

IT’S A BABY BOY! Dr Seema Haider and Dr Kavitha Subramanian have both given birth to baby boys. Welcome to the world baby Zack and baby Ari! <3

PLEASE BE AWARE, we are no longer accepting patients who live outside our Upminster catchment area. Letters are being sent out to out of area patients advising them of next steps.

PATIENTS- If you fail to attend 3 appointments (and do not cancel in advance), you will be asked to find another GP. Please remember to cancel appointments you no longer need. We lose over 100 appointments a month due to failed attendances.

PLEASE CALL AFTER 12PM FOR TEST RESULTS OR ROUTINE QUERIES AS PHONE LINES ARE VERY BUSY IN THE MORNING AND URGENT APPOINTMENT CALLS MUST BE PRIORITISED

Teaching/Training Practice

The Haiderian Medical Centre is a teaching and training practice. At present we have medical students from University College London Medical School who spend a day at the surgery every week. As well as this we have been approved as a training practice, which means that we train doctors who wish to become GPs. 

What does the teaching involve?

The teaching can take from 45 minutes to 1 hour. The students will practice taking a history from you which involves asking you questions about your health. You do not need to prepare anything in advance. When appropriate and provided you agree they may also perform an examination. This will always be supervised by Dr Seema Haider at all times. The students say that meeting patients is one of the most helpful ways in which they learn and the patients always say how rewarding it is to be involved in teaching future doctors! Teaching usually takes place on a Monday and there are slots for both the morning and afternoon sessions. It is usually a very relaxed and friendly environment. Tea/Coffee and biscuits are provided!

We have a growing list of patients who thoroughly enjoy participating in medical student teaching and come in regularly throughout the year to talk to the different groups of students about their health condition.

If you are interested in medical student teaching then please leave a message with reception and Dr Seema Haider will contact you to arrange a convenient time.

 

What is a GP registrar?

A GP Registrar or GP trainee is a fully qualified doctor who is training to become a GP through a period of working and training in a practice. They will usually have spent a few years working in a hospital before you see them in a practice and are closely supervised by a senior GP or trainer. 



 
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