|Dr A M M Kazi (m)|
M.B.Ch.B., M.R.C.G.P., J.C.G.P.T
I qualified from Aberdeen, Scotland in 1989 and completed my training in Halifax in 1994. I joined the partnership at Station Road Surgery in 1996 and became a GP Trainer in 2004 and then GP Training Programme Director from 2009 to date.
My interests are in medical education, musculoskeletal medicine, diabetes, minor surgery and joint injections.
|Dr Q Chaudhry (f)|
|Dr L Saghir (f)|
MBBS, Dip Diabetes & MSC insulin
|Dr Charlotte Parker (f)|
I joined the surgery in August 2017 for 12 months as a GP Registrar. I am a Yorkshire girl through and through. I was born in Huddersfield, went to school at Crossley Heath and I qualified from the School of Medicine at the University Of Leeds in 2013. Since then I have worked in a variety of jobs in the hospitals in Calderdale, Huddersfield and Bradford as part of my ongoing training. I will finish my GP training in August 2018.
I have clinical interests in minor operations and joint injections.
|Dr Muhammad Malik (m)|
I became part of the team in February 2018 moving from Lancaster. I am a GP Registrar and will be with the Practice until February 2019. I have previously worked in A&E, Medicine and Paediatrics. My interests are Neurology and Rheumatology.
|Dr Anne Marie O'Leary (f)|
|Dr Mohammed Ajmal (m)|
|Dr Memuna Hussain (f)|
|Dr David Taylor (m)|
B.Sc, M.B.Ch.B., M.R.C.G.P., DOccMed
M.B.Ch.B. – Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
M.R.C.G.P. – Member, (by examination), of the Royal College of General Practitioners.
D.R.C.O.G. – Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
R.C.O.G. – Diploma in Obstetrics of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
D.C.H. – Diploma in Child Health.
D.A. – Diploma in Anaesthetics
M.A. – Master of Arts
F.W.A.C.P. – Fellowship of the West African College of Physicians, Faculty of Paediatrics
M.R.C.P.C.H. – Membership of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
B.Sc. – Bachelor of Science
D.F.F.P. – Diploma in Family Planning
We have been a training practice since 1985 and so often have registrar doctors working at the practice. These are junior doctors whose previous experience has been largely confined to hospitals. They are attached to the practice for 12 months at a time