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Mayfield Medical Centre

Mayfield Medical Centre

national health service

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Dr Sally Fox 

Qualified at Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine in 1992

Qualifications:- MB BS, DRCOG, MRCP



Dr Michael Pollard –

Qualified at University College Medical School in 1999
Qualifications:- BSc(Hons), MB BS, MRCGP.


Dr Rachel O’Hara - 

Qualified at Newcastle University

Qualifications:- MB BS, MRCGP.



Dr Jeet Tamang 

Qualified at University of Science and Technology, Chittagong, Bangladesh in 2003

Qualifications:-  MB BS, DRCOG, MRCGP



Dr Sarah Tillett 

Qualified at St Georges Hospital Medical School in 2007

Qualifications:-  MB BS, DRCOG, MRCGP



Dr Anitta Livera 

Qualified at The Tamil Nadu Dr MGR Medical University in 2005

Qualifications:-  MB BS, MRCGP








BSc                  (Bachelor’s Degree)

DCH                 (Diploma in Child Health)

DFFP                (Diploma in Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care)

DFSRH              (Diplomas of the Faculty of Family Planning and/or Reproductive and Sexual Health

of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists)

D Int Med         (Diploma in Internal Medicine)

DRCOG             (Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists)

MB BS              (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery)

MRCGP             (Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners)

MRCP                (Membership of the Royal Colleges of Physicians)



A Bachelor's degree is a course of higher education academic study leading to a qualification such as a bachelor of arts (BA) or bachelor of science (BSc). They are sometimes known as 'undergraduate' or 'first' degrees.


JCPTGP stands for Joint Committee on Postgraduate Training for General Practice



What Do The Letters After a Doctor’s Name Mean?


Batchelor of Medicine and Surgery. This is the standard qualification each medical student is awarded after 5 years of University Training. Although the students are officially recognised as ‘doctors’ at this stage, they require a further one year’s experience as a junior house officer in a hospital post before they become fully qualified doctors in the eyes of the General Medical Council.



Diploma from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. This is a voluntary exam undertaken by GP’s in training to recognise specialist knowledge in the fields of pregnancy and women’s health.



Diploma in Child Health. This is a similar exam to the DRCOG and recognises additional skills in the fields of child health and Paediatrics.



Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners. The MRCGP qualification is a marker of quality and is regarded as an end-point assessment for general practice for those completing GP training. The majority of candidates are doctors at an early stage in their careers, who see it as a means of motivating their studies and demonstrating their ability to prospective partners as well as joining the College.



Diplomas of the Faculty of Family Planning and/or Reproductive and Sexual Health of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists





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