MBBS BSC DCH DRCOG MRCGP. Dr Barrett joined the Alma Medical Centre in 2002. She works closely with Southampton University in teaching medical students. Dr Barrett enjoys all aspects of General Practice, but her special clinical interests are Paediatrics and Gynaecology.
BM DRCOG - graduated from the University of Southampton in 2001. Dr Pereira initially started at Alma as a GP trainee in 2005, before fully qualifying and joining as a salaried GP in 2006.His special interests are GP education and, along with Dr Barrett, works closely with Southampton University teaching medical students.
BM MRCGP DFSRH DRCOG - graduated from Southampton University in 2002. Dr Deacon completed her GP training in Bournemouth and Poole in 2007, and joined the Alma Medical Centre as a Salaried GP in 2014.
MBBS, MRCPCH, MRCGP
BSC BM MRCGP - graduated from Southampton University in 2010. In 2014, Dr Adcock started his GP training here at the Alma Medical Centre, and once he completed in 2016, he was offered a Salaried GP position right away.
MBchB MRCGP - graduated from Liverpool University in 2008.
Senior Practitioner Pharmacist
Rob graduated from University of Brighton in 2002. He then went onto complete pre-registration training at Dorset County Hospital. He completed his post-graduate and Advanced Practice training at Bath University in 2007, where he obtained his Prescribing qualification. Rob's specialist clinical interests are minor ailments, respiratory, cardiology, gastroenterology, renal therapeutics and drug use in people with kidney disease.
Beverly joined The Alma Partnership in January 2016 as 'Operations Manager'. She was quickly promoted within the practice, and started her new role as Practice Manager in July 2016. Bev is responsible for the day to day operational running of the practice.
Linda joined The Alma Partnership in January 2013 as a 'receptionist'. She was promoted within the practice and started her new role as Deputy Practice Manager in August 2017.
Behind the scenes our administration staff help the doctors work efficiently, getting out notes for the doctors surgeries, dealing with results of blood tests and investigations, checking and printing repeat prescriptions, filing, registering patients, booking appointments and organising clinics.
Our team of Medical Secretaries type the doctor's letters referring patients to hospital and liaise with the health authority.
Our Receptionists are your link with the doctors and the rest of the Primary Health Care Team. They will try in every way to help you. The more information you are able to give them, the better they will be able to assist you.
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