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About Us

Southend Medical Centre

Located in centre of town, the surgery provides a range of NHS primary care services. ​

We strive to provide the best standards of medical and personal care with your treatment being delivered in a clinically effective manner by the most appropriate health professional.

Our aim is to provide an effective, efficient and fair health care service to all our patients by:

  • Putting our patients at the centre of what we do.

  • Having a professional integrated primary healthcare team who are suitably qualified and trained.

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  • Offering our services in a safe, supportive and well equipped environment.

  • We always welcome any comments or suggestions you may have about the surgery.

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Our Staff

Doctors:

  • Dr H Siddique (Male)

  • Dr Fernando (Male)

  • Dr M Saleemi (Female)

  • Dr Shahzad (Female)

  • Dr Asta Galentiene (Female)

Nursing Team:

  • Cathy Rehill (Advanced Nurse Practitioner)

  • Samantha Heasman (Practice Nurse)

  • Healthcare Assistant - TBA

Care Home Coordinator:

  • Tabitha Love (Advanced Nurse Practitioner)

Homeless Project:

  • Edel Spruce (Advanced Nurse Practitioner)

Care Home Coordinator:

  • Tabitha Love (Advanced Nurse Practitioner)

Homeless Project:

  • Edel Spruce (Advanced Nurse Practitioner)

Home Visiting Paramedics

  • Mandy Facey

  • Pippa Dwumpfour

Primary Care Network (PCN):

  • Fehintolu Coker (Social Prescriber)

  • Sarah Golding (First Contact physio)

  • Monica Patel  (Pharmacist)

  • Sophie Cooper (Health & Wellbeing Coach)

  • Lionah Musengezi (Population Health Management)

  • Mental Health Lead - TBA

Practice Manager:

Zoe Davis

The clinical staff are supported by a dedicated team of care navigators and administration staff.

West Central Primary Care Network

We are part of the West Central Primary Care Network (PCN).

What is a Primary Care Network?

Primary Care Networks (PCN) offer a new way of organising care, bringing together all local health and care services in a local area to deliver more joined up care to local populations (usually covering around 50,000 people)

When fully developed, PCNs will include:

  • GP services 

  • Pharmacies 

  • Community health services

  • Mental health services

  • Adult social care 

  • Voluntary organisations

For more information, please visit: https://www.westcentralpcn.nhs.uk/ 

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