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Best General Practitioners in Manchester, UK

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Mr Abdul Hafejee Cosmetic Medicine

Mr Abdul Hafejee Cosmetic Medicine

Expert in: Acne, Acne and scarring treatments, Botox Injections, Cosmetic Injectables + 16 more

Dr Abdul Hafejee qualified at the University of Manchester and undertook postgraduate training in general medicine and primary care before specialising in dermatology. He trained at the dermatology centre in Salford and now is based at East Lancashire Hospitals where he is a consultant dermatologist and also clinical lead for his department.

He offers consultations on all aspects of dermatology including acne, skin cancers, mole removal/checks, sweating (hyperhidrosis) and cosmetic dermatology.

Dr Hafejee has published a number of peer reviewed articles and also presented at national and international conferences.

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Dr. Clive Morisson is an experienced GP working in North Wales for 15 years as a Diabetes lead for the practice, working with the largest diabetes register list sizes in Wales. 

Dr. Morisson is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners with extensive expertise in diabetes. He is also a member of the North Wales local health board's Diabetes planning and Delivery group and has been part of the Diabetes UK annual professional conference organising committee.

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Dr Sally Harris General Practice

Dr Sally Harris General Practice

Expert in: Contraception advice, Emergency Contraception, Flu Vaccine, Immunisations + 8 more

Dr Sally Harris studied medicine at Leicester Medical School, qualifying with merit in 1997, completing several years in hospital medicine shortly after, gaining a wide range of experience in areas such as emergency medicine, dermatology, endocrinology, psychiatry and female health. She also underwent her post-graduate GP training as part of the Oxford University scheme. Dr Harris then worked in various areas including Glasgow and Cheshire before leaving to spend four years in Shanghai as a GP, where she gained wide experience in areas such as travel medicine, stress and depression and health issues related to an expatriate lifestyle.

Dr Harris joined Roodlane in 2011 and her special interests include mental health especially stress and depression, endocrinology and travel medicine.

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10.81 miles
Expert in: Alcoholism, Anaemia, Anxiety Disorder, Asthma + 58 more

Dr Andrew Wilson is a General Practitioner / Health Screener.

He achieved his primary medical qualification (MB ChB) in 2010 from the University of Manchester.

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What is a General Practitioner?

A general practitioner (GP) is a primary care medical doctor who can diagnose and treat a wide range of common illnesses. They deliver preventive care and health education to their patients. They are also responsible for referring patients to hospital and specialists when required.

When to see a General Practitioner?

You may request a consultation with a general practitioner (GP) for a wide range of medical problems which do not require a specialist opinion. They can also perform general medical check-ups, offer screening services and can refer to a specialist if required. GPs are able to diagnose a number of conditions including respiratory infections, aches and pains, headaches and depression.

What procedures can you find at a GP clinic?