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WATFORD EXTENDED ACCESS SERVICE  As part of a group of GP Practices working together as a GP Federation, The Tudor Surgery  provides access to weekday evening and weekend appointments in the Watford Extended Access (WEA) service, which is managed by Direct Local Health Ltd. Our patients can now make an appointment to see a GP on weekday evenings, Saturdays 9am - 1pm and 3pm - 7pm, and Sundays 9am - 1pm; to see a Nurse on Saturdays 9am - 1pm and to have blood tests with a Phlebotomist on Saturdays and Sundays. Please ask the receptionist for further details on how to book an appointment.

Doctors

Dr Christopher Andrews (m)

BSc (Hons) MBBS MRCGP DFRSH

Qualified from Royal Free and University College London Medical School in 2006 and joined the practice in 2011. He provides fitting of the contraceptive implant and freezing therapy (cryotherapy) to minor lesions.

Dr Kalveer Plaha (f)

BSc (Hons) MB ChB DFSRH MRCGP

Qualified from University of Manchester in 2008 and has been a partner at the practice since 2013. She has a specialist interest in contraception and family planning and you can book to have coils inserted and removed with her. Also involved in teaching medical students. 

Dr Naheed Sarwar (f)

MB ChB DRCOG MRCGP

Qualified from Manchester University in 1992 and joined the Tudor surgery as a partner in January 2014. Her special interests are diabetes and women’s health and she also takes part in medical student teaching.

Dr David Moss (m)

MBBS DCH DRCOG MRCGP

Qualified from Charing Cross Hospital Medical School in 1983 and joined the Tudor Surgery in 1987. His specialist interests are diabetes and cardiology. He is involved in teaching medical students and represents the practice in primary Care Commissioning.

Dr Jennifer Kinghorn (f)

BSc MB ChB MRCGP

Qualified St Andrews 2006 BSc Med Sci and University of Manchester 2009 MB ChB.

 
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