DR BABAFEMI SALAKO
B.SC. Hons., MB. Ch.B ,DRCOG, DFFP, DFSRH, FRCGP, PGCME, DPDerm, LOC-SDI
Dr Salako has been a GP in Basildon for 20 years. I believe in general practice as the engine room of the NHS. Dr Salako is a GP Trainer for Basildon VTS. Clinical Supervisor for Foundation School, Health Education, East of England. Specialist interest in minor surgery carrying out family planning subdermal implants. I am a Board member of Basildon and Brentwood CCG.
DR RAPHAEL TEATINO
MBBS (Lond) BSc (Hons), MRCGP
Dr Teatino Has been a GP at Langdon Hills for 4 years now. He graduated from a London University in 2010 and has an interest in steroid injections and musculoskeletal conditions.
DR GITA ARORA
B.Med(Sci) MBBS MRCGP
DR SANJANA BANKA
MBBS, DLO [ENT] , MRCGP, DFSRH, PGCMHE
Dr Banka has been a GP for over 10 years. She has an interest in ENT and womens health. She carries out family planning clinics e.g. coils and implant fitting, along with minor surgical procedures. Dr Banka is accredited as a GP Trainer and Programme Director for Basildon Scheme on behalf of the Eastern Deanery.
DR DEBRA SPRAGGINS
MB ChB MRCGP DFFP
I am a generalist at heart, so I'm interested in everyone, but I particularly enjoy helping people understand and manage their allergic problems. As an adjunct to general medical services I fit Nexplanon contraceptive implants and I inject trigger fingers, shoulders and elbows, if clinically indicated. My non-clinical work includes GP training and appraising fellow GPs.
DR HAMMAD AHMED
MBBS iBSc PGCertMedEd
Dr Ahmed has completed his general practice training in Essex and has an interest in medical Education. He also volunteers locally doing health awareness days for residents on a regular basis.
DR ZOE GB-DUMAKA
BSc MBBS MRCGP
Dr Ani completed her Medical and GP training in London & Essex. She has an interest in women's health and sexual & reproductive health. She also works with local organisations and charities to run various health related awareness campaigns and provides academic/career mentoring to young medics.