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New FREE Physical Activity Intervention

A new free physical activity intervention that will be starting in January 2018. This intervention is called the Better You programme and includes x 3 health assessments at weeks 1, 6 and 12, health assessments include Blood pressure, Weight, BMI and Cholesterol and a one hour weekly physical activity session. There will be courses in Coalville, Ashby (Castle Medical Group), Measham and Castle Donington limited places are available and will be allocated on first come basis. If you have any questions or queries about the session please do not hesitate to contact Tel 01530 454606 or email zara.barnes@nwleicestershire.uk

GP Earnings

All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice. The average pay for GPs working in Castle Medical Group in the last financial year was £82,022 before tax and national insurance. This is for 7 full time GPs and 1 part time GP who worked in the practice for more than six months.

Doctors

Partners

Dr John Addison

MBChB (Sheffield 1989), Diploma in Family Planning (1996)

Dr Nil Sanganee

MBChB (Honours) (Birmingham 2000), DRCOG, DFFP, MRCGP (2004), Diploma in Family Planning (2004), PGCert. Medical Education (2006), FRCGP (2014)

Dr Pradeep Krishnamurthy

MBBS (Madras, India 2002), MRCGP (2007), PGcert Medical Education (August 2008), DFFP (December 2008) FRCGP (2017)

Dr Raghuram Shivram

MBBS (Madras, India 1991), MD Paediatrics (India 1994), MRCP (1998), DCH (1999), MRCPsych (2006), MRCGP (2016)

Dr James Coleman

MBChB (Leicester, 2011), MRCGP (2016)

Dr Adam Foster

BSc (Kings College, London 1991), MBBS (Kings College, London 1995), Diploma in Practical Dermatology (Cardiff 2004)

Salaried GP's

Dr Kathryn Oliver

MBChB (Manchester 1990), FRCGP (2004), (MRCGP 1995), DFFP (1993), PGCME (2004).

 
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