The Practice has a good team of staff who all work hard to give patient satisfaction and care. The Practice work as team to give a good service to patients. Most staff have been with the Practice for a number of years and retention of staff is good. Moor Park Medical Practice is happy caring environment for staff and patients.
|Dr I Malik (m)|
MBChB 1995 MRCGP 2000
Dr Malik has worked in Bradford for a number of years. He offers a full range of general practice care to his patients. He also speaks Urdu, Punjabi and Arabic. He has a specialist interest in Diabetes and Minor Surgery.
|Dr S Razi (m)|
Dr Razi is a male GP and works as a locum at the practice on the following days:
Wednesday - All Day
|Dr Munaza Ali (f)|
Dr M Ali is a lady Gp and works as a regular locum at the practice on the following days:
|Dr Mohammed Javid (m)|
Dr Javid has joined our team as a regular Locum Doctor he is a Male Doctor and works at the Practice All day Fridays. Qualification MBBS
|Ms Nazia Hussain (f)|
Trainee Advanced Nurse Practitioner and Practice Nurse she is also the Practice Patient Care Coordinator.
Nazia Hussain has been with the Practice for several years starting as a Nurse and has recently qualified as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Dr Malik has mentored Nazia and will continue to support her in in her new role as Trainee Advanced Nurse Practitioner.
Nazia Hussain specialises in Diabetes and is the lead at the Practice on the Diabetes 9 Care Process and Bradford Beating Diabetes.
Other Nurse Duties are:
Cervical smears and swabs
Asthma and COPD checks
|Mrs Asma Mahmood (f)|
Asma Mahmood has joined our team and is a Qualified Practice Nurse her role covers:
Bloods and blood pressure tests
Asthma, COPD Reviews
|Mrs Shabina Kauser (f)|
Shabina Kauser is the Practice Health Care Assistant and has worked at the Practice for the past 10 years. Shabina started out as a receptionist and over the years has trained in a number of different areas including Secretary and Health Care Assistant. During 2015/2016 Shabina has taken part in a large amount of personal development with her health Care role and has trained in:
Asthma and COPD
ECG's and 24 hour Blood Pressure
Bradford Beating Diabetes
Shabina's skills have enhanced the practice services and given more patient choice and service she continues to work as a secretary and health care assistant.
Our HCA's are also our phlebotomists and are important members of the practice team who work under the supervision of the practice nurse. HCA ‘s are able to take blood samples, check blood pressure, test urine and carry out basic health checks enabling the GP’s, nurse practitioner and practice nurses to carry out more demanding tasks.
|Mrs Ann- Marie Rose (f)|
Receptionists provide an important link for patients with the practice and are your initial contact point for general enquiries. They can provide basic information on services and results and direct you to the right person depending on your health issue or query. Receptionists make most of the patient appointments with the GPs and nurses. They also perform other important tasks such as issuing repeat prescriptions and dealing with prescription enquiries, dealing with financial claims, dealing with patient records and carrying out searches and practice audits.
|Mrs Zaiben Nisa (f)|
Zaiben Nisa is training to be a GP Assistant where she can help with paperwork, discharge summaries, sick notes and other documents which the GP's have to deal with.
|Rizwana Parveen (f)|
|Khalda Ayub (f)|
|Miss Zainab Asif Hussain (f)|
|Mrs Shameem Ali (f)|
|Mrs Iswana Malik (f)|
|Mr Edward Melbourne (m)|
Edward works closely with Dr Malik reviewing patient's and their medication.