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Moss Side Medical centre, 16 Moss Side Way, Leyland, Lancashire, PR26 7XLTel: 01772 529050
Dr Uday Kanitkar , MBBS, MS, MCH(Orth), MRCGP, DRCOG
Dr Michelle Jones is a salaried GP with the practice
MB ChB 2009 The University of Warwick
The surgery has been accredited by the Royal College of GPs and Northwest Deanery as a teaching and training practice for medical students, FY2 trainees and GP trainees.
Patients might see the trainee doctor or student who is supervised by a GP working alongside them.
Our Assistant Practitioner Julie is qualified to advise on a range of matters and carry out a variety of procedures including:
Clinic days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Jade has a wealth of experience and knowledge within general practice, and specialises in:
Clinic days: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
Our practice holds a phlebotomy clinic (bloods) every Monday morning. These are appointment only and must be requested by a Doctor or Nurse.
The Practice Manager is responsible for the smooth running of the practice and is available to discuss any suggestions, compliments or complaints you may have.
The Practice has a medicine co-ordinator who is responsible for adding, removing and changing any medications prescribed to patients once approved by the GP. She also deals with hospital discharge medication once approved by the GP.
Any queries you have regarding your medication please contact the medicines co-ordinator on the surgery number.
Our reception team are managed by the Reception Manager, Vicky who are all qualified, competent and caring and are bound by the same confidentiality rules as the Doctors and Nurses. Please do not be offended if, when telephoning, they ask for details. This will ensure they can assist you as speedily as possible.
Our receptionists are here to help you.
The practice secretary is responsible for the referral letters, medical reports, booking meetings and general secretarial duties.
There is a team of District Nurses attached to the practice and are based at Yewlands Drive Clinic. The District Nurse deals with patients who have recently been discharged from hospital or have been referred by the Doctor. They can be contacted on 01772 644669.
A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.