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Thank you to all our patients for your support and understanding over the past few weeks. Information on appointments in primary care can be found here

Eastwood Primary Care Centre offers a professional and caring service to our 19,600 patients, utilising the skills and enthusiasm of our team members we aim to provide efficient, accessible, friendly and high quality family health care.

We currently have 2 sites, the Church Street site is the Urgent Care Centre for issues that require attention on the day and the Church Walk site is the Planned Care Centre for pre-bookable routine appointments. Staff and clinicians work across both sites.

Our team of clinicians consist of General Practitioners, Advanced Clinical Practitioners, Nurses, Healthcare Assistants and Phlebotomists who are all working together to meet the changing demands of primary care.

Our Advanced Clinical Practitioners are experienced clinicians who can assess, diagnose and treat patients, prescribing when indicated and referring for specialist opinions if necessary.

As we are a GP training practice we are involved in the teaching and training of doctors at different stages of their careers, these are GP Registrars.  They are qualified doctors who are engaged in their Postgraduate Training Programme with us at Eastwood Primary Care Centre.

When seeing one of these doctors you may be asked for your consent to video the consultation.  This is part of the doctors' training and is only ever used for teaching and training purposes.

We are also involved in medical student teaching.  As part of their training they are required to see patients.  If you agree to see a Medical Student, they are supervised by a GP from the practice who will oversee your treatment.


Dr Kelvin Kuok Jin Lim (m)

LimMB BS (NOTTINGHAM) 1986 BMed Sci (Hons) 1984 MRCGP 1991

Dr Lim is our Clinical Lead for respiratory conditions, heart failure & chronic heart disease, pain and acupuncture.  Dr Lim holds special clinics for acupuncture, an appointment for this may be offered to you after discussing this with Dr Lim.  

Dr Lim is the Caldicott Guardian for Eastwood Primary Care Centre    

Dr Subramaniam Sivan (m)

sivanMB BS (INDIA) 1993 LRCP (Edin) LRCS (Edin) LRCP & S (Glas) 1994                             

Dr Sivan is the Clinical Lead for safeguarding and child protection, deprivation of liberty, prevent and chronic kidney disease

Dr Mark Jonathan Dickson (m)

markDS) 1992 MRCGP 1996 DRCOG 1995 DCCH 1995

Dr Mark Dickson is the Clinical Lead for mental health, mental capacity, dementia, depression, hypertension and prostate cancer. He is also the clinical pharmacist lead and lead in education, along with Dr Paul Scullard.

As well as routine consultations Dr Dickson can offer appointments for toe nail surgery and joint injections. 

Dr Dickson is a GP Trainer. We have GP Registrars at the practice who practice under the doctors supervision.

Dr Hersad M Vaghela (m)


Dr Vaghela is the clinical lead for minor surgery, hypothyroidism, rheumatology, quality outcomes framework and summarising and recalls.  

Dr Thankam Reshmi Dickson (f)

MB ChB (LEEDS) 1992 MRCGP 1999 DRCOG 1998 DFSRH 2011Dr Thankam Dickson

Dr Reshmi is the Clinical Lead for family planning, palliative care, end of life and cancer  She also has a special interest in gynaecology, dermatology & skin disease and can perform dermoscopy and skin biopsy.  

As well as routine consultations, Dr Reshmi is able to offer appointments for minor surgery, coil and implant fits for family planning.

Dr Paul Scullard (m)

BmedSci(Nottingham) BM BS MRCGP DCH DRCOG 2005Dr Paul Scullard

Dr Paul Scullard is our Clinical Lead for cardiovascular primary prevention, clinical pharmacist lead, prescribing and education

Dr Nicole Atkinson (f)

BmedSci (Nottingham) 2002 BM DS DRCOGDr Nicole Atkinson photo

Dr Atkinson is the Clinical Lead for our patients in care homes, practice nursing team management, clinical governance and the patient participation group.

Dr Beth Homer (f)

BMBS 2008 (Nottingham) Bmed Sci, DRCOG, MRCGPDr Beth Homer photo

Dr Homer is the Clinical Lead for stroke, epilepsy and neurology. She is also the screening lead for cytology (smears), bowel and breast.

Dr Syed Zaidi (m)

MB BS 2004 University of Karachi     Aug 2008Dr Syed Zaidi photo

Dr Syed is the Clinical Lead for frailty and osteoporosis.

Dr Jennifer Dickinson (f)

MB ChB 2007 University of Edinburgh  August 2008Dr Jenny Dickinson photo

Dr Summer Scullard (f)

BM BS 2005 University of NottinghamDr Summer Scullard photo

Dr Marcia Clark (f)

B BS 2011 University of Newcastle upon TyneDr Marcia Clark

Dr Clark joined the practice as a full-time GP in April 2019 and is the Clinical Lead for diabetes.

Dr Sophie Helena Walker (f)

Dr S Walker photoBM BS 2014 University of Nottingham

Dr Sophie Walker runs a monthly contraceptive implant and coil clinic at the practice.

Rachel Thorpe (f)

Advanced Clinical PractitionerRachel Thorpe

Rachel has been a practice nurse with the surgery since 2013.  Following further education and training, she has now qualified as an advanced clinical practitioner, meaning she is able to examine, assess, diagnose, treat, prescribe and make referrals for patients.

Rachel's role is centred around a triage surgery for same day acute emergency appointments.  She does not offer routine appointments or advanced bookable appointments.  

Tami Marle (f)

TamiAdvanced Clinical Practitioner

Tami was a Practice Nurse for 9 years before training to be an Advanced Clinical Practitioner, studying examination and assessment skills, prescribing and referrals over a 4 year period at the University of Derby, and worked as an ACP for a year prior to taking up the post at Eastwood Primary Care Centre.

Tami's role is centred around a triage surgery for same day acute emergency appointments.  She does not offer routine appointments or advanced bookable appointments.

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