As we are a teaching practice we provide further training for doctors who have already worked in hospital but wish to have a career in general practice.  In addition we train Foundation Doctors with some hospital experience and provide placements for medical students from the University of Manchester and Royal Preston Hospital.  These doctors and students may from time to time sit in with our regular doctors on a consultation.  You will be given the option of asking them to leave the room at your request.

The practice and supervising gps are appraised and assessed at regular intervals by NHS England education authorities and CQC in order to continue providing this valuable service to the NHS.  You may be offered an appointment with a GP Registrar or Foundation Doctor.  These doctors are capable of working independently and are closely supervised and mentored.  They have feedback and assessment on their performance and are regularly released to attend educational events.


Dr S K Duggal (GP Partner) (f)

BA Cambridge 1985: MB BChir 1987: MA (Cantab) 1989: MRCGP 1992: MRCP 1992
Diploma in Reproductive and Sexual Health (including fitting coils and implants)
GP trainer and GP appraiser
Minor surgery certificate

Dr S K Jones (GP Partner) (m)

BSc (Hons) 1999 Leeds: MBBS 2002: MRCGP 2007
Child Health Surveillance certificate
Minor surgery (including joint injection) certificate
Special interest in Dermatology
Diploma in Family Planning​

Dr A I Fareed (GP Partner) (m)

MBChB 2005 Aberdeen: MRCGP 2010:
Child health surveillance certificate
Diploma in Reproductive and Sexual Health (including fitting coils and implants)
Minor surgery certificate
Postgraduate Diploma in Diabetes Management

Dr Salma Khatana (Salaried GP) (f)
Dr Ziad Ahmad (Salaried GP) (m)
Dr Jane Fong (Locum GP) (f)
Dr Safia Talpur (ST3) (f)
Dr Esam Saleh (ST2) (m)
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