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Norwood Surgery, 11 Norwood Avenue, Southport, Merseyside, PR9 7EGTel: 01704 226973
Qualified from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School in 1989.
GMC no. 3321076 Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners (2013), Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (1993), Diploma in Child Health (1993), Bsc (1st Class Honours) in Biochemistry (1986) Lives in Southport. Father of 2. My wife (also a doctor) works in St Helens. Interests include; fell running, The Lake District, keeping chickens and chess. Dislikes, Litter and smoking.
Qualified from Debrecen, Hungary in 1987.
GMC no. 4228363 Anaesthesia and Intensive Therapy Degree in 1995. Lives in Southport. Mother of two. Interests include; fencing and skiing
Qualified from Baghdad University in 1991.
GMC no. 5203768 Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners (2008), MSc in Trauma and Orthopaedics (UCLAN - 2006), Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (2003), MSc (hons) in clinical physiology 1995. Lives in Southport. Father of three adorable children, 2 boys and a princess. Interests include; tennis, formula 1 racing and just started golf. I also keep the largest indoor plant in the surgery. Dislikes; non-punctuality, politics and politicians.
Qualified from Liverpool Medical School in 2005.
GMC no. 6114901 Member of The Royal College of General Practitioners. Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Diploma of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health, BSc (Hons) in Biochemistry. Lives in Southport. Interests include; most sports, travel and weekend lie-ins. Dislikes; DIY and shopping
Qualified from Liverpool Medical School in 1982.
GMC no. 2616539 Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners (2006). Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (1984), Father of 3, married to a psychologist. Interests include; running (I believe in exercise and its health benefits), can weight loss help blood pressure and other problems? I am a trustee of the Queenscourt Hospice and also The Three Owls Bird Sanctuary.
Dr Unwin has now retired as a partner from Norwood Surgery. He will continue to work two sessions per week (Monday and Thursday- appointments will be limited) seeing patients and carrying on with his Low Carb work. Next Low Carb meeting to 13th January 2020.
Salaried GPQualified from Liverpool Medical School 2012 (Hons) GMC: 7271354 Member of Royal College General Practitioners
Lives in Liverpool. Has an interest in palliative care & medical acupuncture
Salaried GPGMC 7492316Qualified from University of Liverpool 2015
Lives in Liverpool. Has an interest in frailty and lifestyle medicine.Enjoys walks on the beach and adventures with her three cheeky nephews.
Norwood Surgery is a training Practice, which means that fully-qualified doctors, who have usually completed their 4 years of training in hospital medicine. They then spend up to eighteen months working in a practice to develop their skills.
Currently we have 3 GP Registrars who is supervised by our three trainers, Dr S D Tobin, Dr A Al-Dahiri and Dr A Zubairu.
As a patient you may be asked for your consent to be videoed during your consultation for training purposes. The recordings are done in accordance with the Royal College of General Practitioners and as a patient you are entitled to ask for the camera not be used during your appointment. The recordings are strictly confidential and are only used for training purposes.
RGN, HND Nursing Studies
Our Practice Nurses deal with most treatment room conditions, cervical smears, chronic disease management clinics, and travel advice.
Amspar Diploma in Primary Care and Health Management Level 5 – June 2015
Deputy Practice Manager
Assistant Practice Manager
Our team of fully trained personnel are available to arrange appointments, deal with your enquiries and support your doctor. Any information given to the member of staff is treated in absolute confidence.
The Midwives attend the surgery on a Wednesday to look after our expectant mothers.
Our District Nurse Team is based at Churchtown Medical Centre and is led by Alison Oliver. Their telephone number is 01704 215480. District Nurses provide nursing care to the house bound after assessment of health needs.