Private GP in London

For people who normally reside outside UK or live inside the UK but are not registered as an NHS patient at west green surgery, we can still see them privately. The GPs at the practice based in London can discuss your health in a broader context and take into consideration your needs and concerns as an individual.  

Overseas patients
If you are visiting from overseas or have a relative who is visiting, it can be a mine field in knowing how to access health service or if you have a medical complaint. In cases of urgent life-threatening emergencies, Accident and Emergency is the best port of call. However, for less urgent medical problems including upper respiratory or chest infections or for chronic disease management then perhaps seeing a GP that is based in London is more appropriate for you.

Appointment
For more information regarding our services please contact west green surgery at 0208 881 9606.
Appointments are usually Monday to Friday, However ring to check availability or flexibility on the time.


Private services
We cater for wide variety of medical complaints including medical assessment and examination for common problems including: 
  • See and treat of acute problems for adult and children for cough colds, sore throats, sinusitis, ear infections, chest infections or urine infections that may warrant antibiotics
  • We also cater for repeat prescriptions
  • Offer contraception advice and medication (i.e. repeat oral contraceptive pills)
  • Second opinion to your health problems
  • Tailored Health and Well-being screening i.e. well-man health MOT or general health checks
  • Specialise in chronic disease management including Diabetes, Hypertension, Asthma, COPD, hypo & hyperthyroidism etc
  • Medical assessments and reports including DVLA and Taxi, Visa application i.e. for foreign jobs
  • Our nurse offers travel advice, malaria medication and vaccinations including ACWY for Hajj (except yellow fever)

Fees
Our GPs based at our London Clinic will give you a private prescription rather than NHS prescriptions, which means that you pay for the cost of medication and a chemist's dispensing fee. The fee for the appointment will depend on the length of time, however, the general fee is often £75 for 15 minutes. Taxi forms & VISA forms require full examinations and cost £150.


Translation services

The practice also has in-house translators for patients who speak Turkish, Romanian, Arabic, Bengali, Lithuanian, Urdu, Hungarian, Hindi


The Doctors
The clinics are held by the senior doctors at the practice based in London. They include:


MB BS MRCGP PG Cert (diabetes, education)

Muhammed Akunjee MBBS MRCGP PgCert (Diabetes) PgCert (MedEd) Muhammed Akunjee is currently a GP Principal in North London (since 2007) and Clinical Director for the local PCT. He qualified from Guy’s, Kings and St. Thomas’s Medical School in 2002 and completed his MRCGP gaining a distinction in 2006. During this time he was also awarded first prize for the Roche / RCGP Registrar award. He completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education at the University of Dundee and more recently, a Certificate in Diabetes at the Warwick University. 

He also attended the London Deanery's, Introduction to Teaching in Primary care course before involving himself in teaching medical students and is currently a clinical skills tutor as well as an OSCE examiner at a London University. He is an avid medical book writer and has a number of articles published in peer review journals. 



Nazmul Akunjee
MB BS MRCGP

Nazmul Akunjee has recently completed his GP vocational training and is currently a GP Principal. He qualified from GKT medical school in 2005 and is currently actively engaged in teaching medical students and preparing them for their exams. He has also published a number of articles related to examination skills in OSCEs. Nazmul Akunjee passed and excelled at his CSA exam in February 2011 passing all 13 stations at the first attempt. Since that time has been involved in 1-2-1 private CSA coaching as well as group tuition with GP registrars. He completed the London Deanery's, Introduction to Teaching in Primary care course in June 2011. Nazmul Akunjee is also the clinical director for Tottenham Primary Care Services that supported a struggling practice in Haringey. He is also the Clinical Lead for the Primary Care Strategy as well as GP IT clinical lead for Haringey CCG.

Nazmul Akunjee was also a finalist for the RCGP GP enterprise First5 awards 2014 for demonstrating a positive and innovative impact on the NHS and working to improve clinical care and patient services or healthcare systems. 



Awards & Prizes and Recognition


http://www.generalpracticeawards.com/2016-winners/

In 2016 they were winners for the domain of Clinical Team of the year for Respiratory conditions for their work on creating live popups that alert the clinician of how many antibiotics a child may have received in one year. This has helped reduce inappropriate antibiotic prescribing significantly whilst improving clinical safety int he practice. 


hSJ value award 2016

West green surgery has been successfully shortlisted for the extremely competitive and respected national HSJ value awards under two domains. They are finalists for the domain of communication as well as pharmacy and medicine optimisation. They went on to come second place - highly recommended. They had shown evidence of using innovative approaches to communicating with the hard to reach groups whilst also using IT effectively to support better value in pharmacy and medicine optimisations.


patient safety awards 2016

West green surgery were also the finalist in two domains for the Patient Safety Congress Awards. This is in recognition of their work in clinical safety in long term conditions as well as Improving Safety in Medicines Management. They were able to show innovative approaches towards clinical and patient centred care as well as medical prescribing that would result in improved clinical outcomes as well as safe prescribing of medication for patients.

gp multiawards
The practice were multi-finalists for the prestigious General Practice Awards. In 2014, they have been nominated for Clinical Team of the Year for Long Term Conditions recognising the great work being carried out by the clinicians at the practice. In 2015 they were nominated for Clinical Team of the Year for Respiratory conditions for their work on creating digital patient focused care plans for Asthma and COPD for elderly patients that helped improve patient understanding and reduce hospital admissions. In 2016 they were nominated and finalists for Clinical Team of the Year for Paediatrics

the national primary care awards





The practice also were commended in the domain of pathway innovation of the year for 2016 for their work in managing chronic diseases in the primary care. They have done some great work in improving outcomes with their patients with long term conditions particularly in diabetes and asthma. They created  care plans that auto-populated with the patient’s most uptodate clinical records (medical problems, allergies, blood tests, BMI, smoking status) providing a live record. Since this is automated, this saves significantly the health professional’s time from writing out such information and reduce risk of errors.

healthcare business award
The practice also were finalist for the Healthcare IT award for 2016. The Awards have an established reputation for showcasing the success stories in the health care sector. The Health Business Awards recognised the significant contribution made by west green surgery as well as individuals within the practice in the domain of innovations in IT. It acknowledge the implementation of an excellent IT project that demonstrated clear cost benefits to the wider NHS.

gp practice of the year 2015 caradoc

West Green surgery were announced as the winners of the national Caradoc GP Practice of the Year award. The prize recognises the innovative ways of working within the practice to tackle the number of pressures in primary care such as an ageing population with growing co-morbidities. The practice have successfully created personalised chronic disease care plans (such as diabetes) that help improve the patient's understanding and promote self care.

http://www.haringeyccg.nhs.uk/ccg-news/haringey-gps-outstanding-work-celebrated-at-haringey-ccgs-innovation-awards/18945
West Green surgery achieved in 2014 first prize in the Haringey innovation awards for innovative clinical care by creating a digital care plan to reduce unplanned admissions into hospital. They also achieved runner-up for the domain of innovation in primary care access for their work on contacting patients by SMS with their abnormal results and offering health advice to reduce unnecessary appointments. The following year they had won first prize in quality and productivity for their work with chronic disease care plans and also won first prize for using innovative ways to bring their antibiotic prescribing down


roche awardsMuhammed Akunjee was the winner of the Royal College of General Practice (RCGP) GP registrar award in 2006. It was awarded for his insightful paper on the use of medical jargon in Ophthalmologic Correspondence with GPs that may cause miscommunication which was later published in the Journal of Quality in Primary Care. The insightful paper identified the risk of using medical jargon that can result in misinterpretation and miscommunication between consultant and the patient's GP

https://www.gponline.com/finalists-announced-gp-enterprise-awards-2014/article/1291396Nazmul Akunjee was a finalist for the Royal College of General Practice (RCGP) GP enterprise First5 awards in 2014. The award was for demonstrating a positive and innovative impact upon the National Health Service (NHS) and working to improve clinical care & patient services or healthcare systems within Haringey


early careers award primary care IT

Nazmul Akunjee was the winner of the PHCSG (Primary Health Care Specialist Group of the BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT) John Perry Early Career award. It recognises innovation and excellence in Primary Care Computing. It was awarded for making an outstanding contribution to the subject and his paper on the benefits of integrating chronic disease care plans with IT systems

Awards


The brothers have been recently awarded highly commended in the British Medical Association (BMA) medical book award 2013 under the category of Medicine for their book, 'Clinical Skills Explained from basics to OSCEs'  designed for medical students and junior doctors. They have also written another book for junior GPs registrars to help them pass their MRCGP CSA exams called 'MRCGP CSA Cases: Practice CSA cases and communication skills'. They have also written a further CSA book called the 'MRCGP CSA symptom solver'

The brothers have written between them 6 medical text books to help junior doctors improve their clinical and communication skills. 3 of them have received awards by the British Medical Association. They have also had a number of articles published on their innovative work improving access for patients in primary care using SMS as a means to contact patients both in GP online and medeconomics. They have also pioneered a pan SE Haringey GP telephone access pilot services across 10 surgeries for Haringey CCG. They have also created electronic personalised chronic disease management care plans for the over 74 which has been rolled out across 20 surgeries in Haringey to improve the quality of care offered.

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