IMPORTANT INFORMATION

-48 HOUR PRESCRIPTION ORDER POLICY
-ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY TOWARDS ALL STAFF NO ABUSE WILL BE ACCEPTED
-UNREASONABLE DEMANDS ON SPECIFIC CLINICIANS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AS PER PRACTICE POLICY

PRACTICE CLOSURE FOR LUNCH.

RMC would like to inform all our Patients that from the 1st of July 2024 we will close for lunch between 1.00 and 2.00 PM. An emergency line will be operational for URGENT matters.

Doctors/ ANPs

GPs and Advanced Nurse Practitioner provide overarching responsibility for patient care and handle most serious, acute and complex issues.

Dr Monika Tobolska GP with extended roles in Woman’s Health, Palliative Care and Dermoscopy
MD (1996 MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF LUBLIN, POLAND)

Dr Ifechi Oguanuo M.B.B.S with distinction (Nig), MRCGP (UK). GP with extended roles in Minor Surgery, Musculoskeletal medicine, Joint Injections, Dermatology, Dermoscopy, Urgent and Emergency medicine, Psychosexual medicine, Women’s health and menopause

Dr Charles Ojukwu GP, MRCGP(UK),MS(Liverpool), MBBS( 2012 NAU, AWKA, NIGERIA),GP with extended roles in Minor Surgery, Joint Injections

Pamela Fullerton Advanced Nurse Practitioner- An ANP is a Registered Nurse with additional training for performing tasks – such as diagnosing and prescribing – which are customarily performed by a Physician. A Registered Nurse is educated to Masters Level in Advanced Practice, and assessed as competent in practice using expert knowledge and skills. They have freedom to act and make their own decisions in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of those in their care and are capable of independent practice in a variety of settings. Their role will be tailored not only by their training but their clinical experience as Senior Practitioners. In General Practice, ANPs can consult and work independently but will consult medical colleagues when they need advice.