|Dr Susanna Panton (f)|
MB BS, MRCGP, DRCOG
Susanna is a half time partner who joined the practice in 2001, having been a partner in an inner city practice in Birmingham prior to that. She is clinical lead on hypertension and prescribing matters, as well as running a drug addiction clinic with the practice. In addition to her half time GP role, she is a trainer of junior doctors and of GPs nearing completion of their training. These juniors will work in the practice with the supervision. She also works at Birmingham Children’s Hospital as a Clinical Assistant in Ear, Nose and Throat medicine, which she has been doing since 1996. She was the GP lead for commissioning the new health centre, and continues to be involved with the running of the building. Dr Panton is the practice lead for appointments.
|Dr Jenny Steven (f)|
MB ChB, DCH, DRCOG, MRCGP, DFFP
Jenny is a half time partner who joined the practice in 1999. She enjoys all aspects of general practice. She has gained experience and knowledge in the treatment of COPD and Diabetes including insulin initiation. Dr Steven has particularly worked with teenagers and has an interest in contraception. She is sexual health lead within the practice.
|Dr Joanna Fitton (f)|
MB ChB, DCH, MRCP, MRCGP
Jo joined us as an Associate GP in September 2008 and in April 2015 became a GP partner in the practice. She works part time and is practice lead for Safeguarding and Information governance. She also has an interest on diabetes care and is our Practice lead for this speciality.
|Dr Alan Bardell (m)|
MB ChB, MRCGP
Alan joined Spa Medical Practice in 2014 as a GP Registrar and he qualified as a GP in 2015. Alan is clinical lead for Chronic Kidney Disease.
|Dr Mandeep Dhami (m)|
MB ChB, DRCOG, MRCGP
GP Associate. Mandeep completed his GP Training with our practice in 2012 and has now returned as a part time Associate GP for 3 days per week.
|Mr Mohammed Jivraj (m)|
Clinical Pharmacist, MPharm (Hons)
Mohammed joined the practice in May 2016 as a qualified clinical pharmacist and prescriber. He is available to patients by telephone or in an appointment to manage and give advice on medication. His main role is to support the GP's in their prescribing for patients.