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MBBch; MRCGP (1996); DFRSH
Dr Todd qualified from UWCM Cardiff in 1992 and became a GP in 1996 after completing the Bridgend Vocational training scheme. She started working at High Street Surgery in 2003 where she developed a health care service for the Homeless and Substance misuse population. Dr Todd became City Health Cluster Lead in August 2017 following the successful merger of High Street and St Helen's Surgeries. She is also a Senior Honorary Lecturer at Swansea University and has provided learning opportunities for medical students for many years.
MBBS; MRCS; MRCGP; DFFP; DPD
Gpswi - Vasectomy and Substance Misuse
Dr Amin completed her medical degree in Kasturba Medical college ,in India. She completed her surgical training in North Wales. After that she decided to change her career and move to General Prcatice in 2002 and completed her training by 2004. She was offered a job after her GP training in 2004 at St Helens surgery where she has continued to work.
She also has a Diploma in Dermatology from Cardiff university. Dr Amin has an interest in women’s medicine and also offers sexual health checks in the surgery as a part of the enhanced service. She has worked in the past with the probation and prison services due to her interest in Substance Misuse. In 2015 she trained with the local Urologist to provide Vasectomy services for all the patients residing in the Port Talbot and Swansea areas.
Dr Amin is currently the Primary care representative for the Vascular steering group and Dermatology group for ABM.
MBBS, MRCOG, MRCGP, DFFP
Qualified from medical college in Calcutta in 1990. She worked as a gynaecologist after qualification until she decided to train as a GP in 2005. Continues enjoying women’s health including contraception offering the full range of different methods of contraception and menopause care.
Dr Sangal performs minor surgery and joint injections at the practice. She is also interested in the management of drug misuse problems and completed the certificate for drug misuse in 2019.
She enjoys quality improvement work and currently is one of the clinical leads for quality improvement for SBUHB
Dr Sangal also enjoys teaching and is GP tutor for medical students in Swansea Unitversity.
She has two young sons and when not at work she enjoys spending time with her children, travelling, gardening and cooking.
MBBCh; MRCGP; DFSRH; PCMH(Adv Dip); PGCert(Med Ed)
Dr Nirula joined the practice in August 2017 as a salaried GP and became a GP partner in March 2018. She qualified from Cardiff Medical School in 2012 and undertook her GP training in Swansea. Dr Nirula has an interest in medical education and regularly teaches medical students from Swansea and Cardiff university in the practice as well as physician associates. Her medical interests include mental health and family planning.
MBBCh; BSc; DFRSH; MRCGP
Dr Milne Graduated from The University of Wales back in 2010. She then carried out her GP training in both Swansea and Cardiff. Dr Milne joined the Practice as a Salaried GP on the 1st April 2018 and became a Partner with us on 1st April 2019.
Dr Milne is the Care Home lead for the Practice.
MB, BCh (Wales 1993), FRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP, Diploma in Diabetes, Diploma in Cardiology
Dr Midha studied Medicine at the University of Wales, College of Medicine, Cardiff and graduated in 1993. He was elected to Fellowship of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2013. He joined the practice as a salaried GP in 2018. Special interests include cardiology, diabetes, orthopaedics, ENT and men’s health.
Dr Midha is a Clinical Teacher and Examiner at Swansea Medical School. He works 2 mornings per week.
Gemma is responsible for the overall management and administration of the Practice and its staff. She also deals with problems or complaints you may have to do with the Practice and would welcome any ideas you may have, which you feel would improve the services that we provide.
We have an excellent team of reception staff who work very hard to ensure the smooth running of the Practice. Their duties and responsibilities keep them very busy, often behind the scenes providing an efficient service. It is a legal requirement that confidentiality of patients' records is maintained at the highest level by all staff. Please be patient with staff and help them to help you.
Receptionists provide an important link for patients with the practice and are your initial contact point for general enquiries. They can provide basic information on services and results and direct you to the right person depending on your health issue or query. Receptionists make most of the patient appointments with the GPs and nurses. They also perform other important tasks such as issuing repeat prescriptions and dealing with prescription enquiries, dealing with financial claims, dealing with patient records and carrying out searches and practice audits.
Rhys is employed by our GP cluster network. He is available for medication reviews or any medication queries that patients or carers may have. Rhys is a pharmacist independent prescriber and is available to be seen in open access clinic on Friday mornings, where he can deal with a range of your minor illness complaints. He has an interest in anticoagulation and helps with the running of our warfarin clinic.
RMN, Bsc Econ.
Mental Health Outreach Nurse
Sue qualified in 1992 and has worked with a variety of patient groups in mental health settings.
She joined the Practice in April 2019.
Jenny is a new member of staff who will be taking over the role of nurse for homeless and vulnerable when Jan retires this year.
Gayle works along side Sue as a mental health outreach nurse.