|Dr Sarah Escott (f)|
MBChB Birmingham 1989, MRCGP 1995, DTM+H 1995, DCCH 1994, MPH 2003
I qualified from Birmingham Medical School in 1989 and later did my GP Specialist training in the Airedale area. Between 1996 - 1999 I worked in a rural hospital in Zululand, South Africa before returning to the UK to work part-time as a GP in rural Lancashire and part-time with the University of Leeds Department of International Public Health, mostly on TB projects in Swiziland and Pakistan.
In 2004 I joined the team at Horton Park Surgery, becoming a Partner here in 2008 and until recently also worked part-time with the University of Leeds on undergraduate and postgraduate medical education. Together with Dr Harrison I help co-ordinate the medical student teaching at the Practice and together with Dr Iqbal I help run the joint injection clinic.
Outside work I recharge my batteries by walking my dog on the moors, cycling and gardening.
|Dr Lorna Harrison (f)|
MBChB Dundee 1994, MRCGP 2009
|Dr Robert Amedzro (m)|
MBChB Leeds 2002, BSc (Hons), MRCGP 2007, PGCert 2015
I am originally from Ghana and graduated from Leeds University. I joined the team as a Partner in March 2014, having worked in Bradford for over eleven years. I have a special interest in Teaching and Training, and have been recently approved as a GP Trainer.
I also have an interest in Mental Health and dealing with complex patients. I am the Lead GP for the neighbouring Acorn Nursing Home. My other clinical interest is Child Health, and Dr Griffiths and I perform the 8 week
Baby Checks for the practice.
Outside work, I am a musician and vocalist in an alternative hip-hop band.
|Dr Zahraa Ali|
|Dr Carolyn Travers (f)|
MBChB Manchester 2005. MRCGP 2010
Salaried GP MBChB Cardiff 1982, MRCGP 1987, FPCert 1988, DFSRH
|Dr Alun Griffiths (m)|
MBChB Cardiff 1980, MRCGP 1984, DRCOG 1984, FPCert 1984
I graduated from the Welsh National School of Medicine in 1980 and after GP training came to Bradford in 1984 and was a partner here until July 2017. I am now semi-retired and working part time in a salaried role. Although I have particular interests in respiratory medicine I believe a GP is nothing if not a generalist, and that continuity of care and understanding all aspects of a patient’s needs are core to our role.
I have been a member of the Local Medical Committee, the body which represents all GPs in Bradford and Airedale, for over 20 years and am a serving councillor on Bradford Metropolitan District Council. In 2016/17 I was honoured to be Deputy Lord Mayor of Bradford
Outside work I am a steward at my local Methodist Church and play rudimentary guitar and bass and can occasionally be found singing at local open mic nights. I took up running in 2013 and have now completed 5 marathons as well as many other events
|Dr Tim Clarke|
|Dr Maria Foulds|
I originally come from Liverpool, and started my career in healthcare as a nurse - training in Glasgow. I then worked back in Liverpool for a
number of years, before moving on to medical training. I qualified from Leicester Medical School in 2009, and then moved up to Yorkshire, working in Wakefield and then Bradford. I did my GP training here in Bradford, with my final training post here at Horton Park, where I am now working as a salaried GP. My particular areas of professional interest are in older peoples' care and palliative care.
I live in Bradford with my family, and on the days I am not working, I am kept busy with my 2 young children. I enjoy spending time outdoors, especially in the countryside and in the garden. I am interested in various environmental issues, and I love to cycle to work when I can.
Our Practice Pharmacists are on site every day in the mornings and deal with a wide variety of prescription related queries, including:
• Reviewing acute medication requests
• Telephone medication reviews
• Repeat prescription reviews
• Discharge and Clinic letter reconciliation
• Providing Medicines Information and Clarification to other healthcare professionals and patients
By having a dedicated Practice Pharmacist on site we are able to handle patient prescription requests and queries more efficiently and safely. This service also allows us to free up more GP time that can be used to create more appointments and spend more time with patients.