Dr Manmohan Singh Senior GP Partner/Principal
Qualifications; MBBS, MRCGP
He was born and studied in India. He started in our surgery in Sept 2010. He has been working in NHS since 2004. He completed his GP Training (GPVTS) locally where he gained lots of experience in different specialties in hospital from women’s health, children health and Geriatrics. He speaks multiple languages from Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu and English. He has a broad experience in hospital specialty including Psychiatry, Orthopedics, Pediatrics, Geriatrics, AE, Neurology, Gynecology and General Medicine. He also does Health Promotions in the local Community Centers.
He has done course on Mental capacity act, and Section 12 of the Mental Health Act 1983
He has done courses on Substance misuse and Alcohol misuse.
Ms Roshoni Chahal
Clinical Practice Pharmacist
They can see minor ailments and Chronic disease management.
Ms Maninder Heer
Mrs Manjinder Sihota
Reception staff and Admin staff
Every Wednesday morning (Appointment only) The counsellor provides a confidential service to patients who have been referred by the Doctor. Patients can also book appointment at reception without seeing GP.
Its a part of IAPT services for counselling.
We have two social prescribers, who can help you with your housing, social needs, OT, etc
Social prescribing can support a wide range of people, including (but not exclusively)
• with one or more long term conditions
• who need support with their mental health
• who are lonely or isolated
• who have complex social needs which affect their wellbeing
Ms Collete French is our midwife. She work on every Tuesday morning (Appointment only). She is our nominated midwife in our surgery provided by UHCW.
Are based at Hillfields Health Centre and can be contacted on 02476 961 415. The Community Health Visitor along with your Doctor and Midwife are available to offer advice on positive health measures for those planning a pregnancy.
We do monthly meeting with midwife and health visitor to promote and improve health care of vulnerable patients and mothers.
Community District Nurses
If you need any help from District Nurses please let us know. We always refer high risk and house bound patients to District nurses for better care. They play a great role in your well being.
Community Macmillan Nurses
These Nurses visit and care for cancer patients in their homes and give advice and support. Their day time number is 02476 965498. Evening number is 02476 841900. They will help you if you are suffering with terminal illness or cancer.
Social services team help with all kinds of social problems. The team includes the home care organiser, social worker and occupational therapist. They can be contacted on Coventry 02476 833003. Please press the options.