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Riverside Medical Centre is a training practice.  This means that we have registrar GPs (ST3) who are in the final year of their training.  They spend a year at the practice from August.  We also have FY2 doctors who are with us for 4 months starting in April, August and December.  All of the doctors are qualified and are just going through the final years of their training under the supervision of the GP partners at the practice. 

We do appreciate that this does mean that you may not see the same doctor all of the time but, if we did not have these additional doctors, we just would not be able to cope with the demand, so please bear with us. 

Doctors

Dr Sylvia Conner

BSc (Hons), MB BS (Hons), DRCOG, MRCGP

Dr Conner qualified in 1983 from St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London.  She is married with 4 sons and she likes to keep fit.  Her particular medical interests include family planning, obstetrics, gynaecology, paediatrics and chest medicine.  She is also a GP trainer.

Dr Jonathan Rouse

MB, BS, MRCGP

Dr Jonathan Rouse joined the practice in 2004 having grown up in Shoebury and worked at Southend Hospital. He is married to a Ugandan Princess and is an honorary Prince of the Bunyoro-Kitara Kingdom. Dr Rouse has a special interest in teaching and is involved with the teaching of medical students at the practice who come from St Bartholemew's and the Royal London Medical School. He currently holds the position of honorary clinical lecturer for the medical school. In addition to this he is an educational supervisor for the foundation year 2 doctors who spend some time working with the practice. He is a GP trainer and responsible for the training of GP registrars within the practice. Recently he was awarded the position of training programme director for the local GP specialist training programme. This involves organising the scheme for the training of younger doctors planning to become GPs.

Dr Amanda Pinkerton (f)

MB ChB MRCP MRCGP

Dr Pinkerton, originally from Essex, trained as a doctor and then a GP in Yorkshire, where she worked as a GP for 9 years. She has also worked in a variety of hospital jobs including Emergency Medicine, Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Paediatrics both in England and in New Zealand where she worked for a year. Dr Pinkerton became a partner in the practice on 1st January 2015.

Dr Lisa Wren (f)

Dr Wren joined us in February 2014 and completed the final part of her GP training with us. We are very pleased that she has chosen to work here with us after qualifying as a GP in August 2015.

 

Dr Manpreet Singh (m)

Dr Manpreet Singh is an ST3 doctor

Dr Ejiro Eyaru (m)

Dr Eyaru is an ST3 doctor

Dr Abhishek Oswal (m)

Dr Oswal is an FY2 doctor

Dr Bambang Trytia Amaja (m)

Dr Amaja is an FY2 doctor

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