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Pharmacists

Mrs Mitta Bathia (f)

Pharmacists

A new Clinical Pharmacist joined the Giffard Drive Surgery team in May 2020, working within the Practice 3 afternoons a week.

The Clinical Pharmacist will be assisting the Practice with medication reviews and medication related enquiries, and will consult patients in the surgery and on the telephone.

Clinical Pharmacists are highly qualified health professionals who train to become specialists in medicines. You will continue to receive your supply of medicines from the community pharmacy in the usual way.

 

Sarah Sneath, who is employed by our local CCG in their Medicines Management Team, works with us to advise and support our doctors and nurses with their prescribing to maintain hig

Attached Staff

Mrs Sushila Magar (Social Prescriber) (f)

Sushila is our Social Prescriber who connects people with non-medical support, such as day centres, charities or community groups, in the community to improve their wellbeing and tackle social isolation. 

Social prescribers usually work in a GP surgery, health centre or community organisation.  Our Social Prescriber works across all of the Farnborough GP Practices. 

Her role includes:

  • doing an assessment of what care and support people need, such as physical activities, learning new skills, making new friends or finding employment
  • finding local support services such as community groups and charities for people to go to
  • referring people who need care and support into a range of local activities
  • reviewing the progress that people make.

Mr Ben Coffey (MSK Practitioner) (m)
Mr Jack Petersen (MSK Practitioner) (m)
Mr Ben Dale (Physiotherapist) (m)
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