Dr J S Chaggar
BSc MB ChB DRCOG DCH FPCert LRCP MRCS MRCGP MBA MFHom GP Trainer
GP Partner - GMC 3065660
Mr M D Turner
MSc, PgDip, BSc, DipHE, RGN
GP Partner, Clinical Team Lead and Clinical Practitioner - NMC 06H2772E
A Salaried GP is a General Practitioner who is employed by an organisation and receives a salary. Salaried GP’s do not have an independent contract with the NHS.
Beacon Medical Practice is an approved GP Teaching Practice. Dr J S Chaggar and Dr R L Rashid train GP Registrars, who are fully qualified Doctors. They already have had several years’ work experience in hospitals and will be gaining further experience required to become a General Practitioner.
A Clinical Practitioner is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner who has acquired an expert knowledge base, complex decision-making skills and clinical competencies for expanded practice. A Clinical Practitioner is able to assess, diagnose and treat patients.
General Practice Nurses work in a GP surgery as part of a primary healthcare team, which typically includes GP’s, Practitioners, Nurses and Pharmacists. A Practice Nurse will be involved in almost every aspect of patient care and treatment.
Primary Care Pharmacists play a significant part in managing medicines. They have a strategic role to focus on maximising benefit and minimising risk associated with medicines as well as making the best use of resources allocated for medicines.
Our Healthcare Assistants work under the guidance of our GP’s, Practitioners and Nursing team, to provide assistance in improving patient care. Performing a range of duties in which they are fully trained.
Practice Managers are vital to the successful running of a GP surgery. They manage the business aspect of the surgery, making sure that patients are at the centre of the organisations operations.