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Kumar Medical Centre, 59 Grasmere Avenue, Slough, Berkshire, SL2 5JETel: 01753 579803
Co-ordinates care for of long term health conditions and has a special interest in diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and mental health problems. He also has an interest in minor surgery and specialises in joint injections.
Works Monday morning and evening and Tuesday morning (currently on maternity leave)
Works every Wednesday and Thursday morning and Thursday evenings. Special interests are : Diabetes,chronic kidney disease and medical education.
Our practice nurses are part of the Kumar Medical Centre healthcare team and play an important role in the management of your care. They are actively involved in the monitoring of chronic diseases such as asthma, COPD, diabetes and high blood pressure. They also trained to take routine cervical smears and administer immunisations.
We run several nurse-led clinics including vaccinations and smoking cessation. During these consultations, the nurses can also provide you with information on general lifestyle changes related to diet and exercise.
We have an experienced team which includes one full time nurse and one part-time nurse.
Mrs. Ruth Rehmat is our full time practice nurse at Kumar Medical Centre. She has diplomas in nursing and midwifery as well as having a special interest in paediatrics.
Mrs. Kavita Mohan is a NVQ level 2 accredited healthcare assistant at Kumar Medical Centre.
The practice manager is responsible for the day to day operations management of the practice. If you have any queries or suggestions regarding the practice administration or would like to make a complaint about the service provided, please contact the practice and request to speak with her.
Our receptionists are here to help you. They are able to arrange appointments, assist with in-house clinics, process repeat prescriptions or deal with any general enquiries.
Susan Turner is the medical secretary at Kumar Medical Centre.
Meenakshi Sharma is part-time Summariser.
Amrita helps the Secretary in her day to day work.