The Doctors (Non Limited Partnership)
Dr Joe M Kallarackel
MBBS (India 1995) MRCP (UK) MRCPCH MRCGP DGM DRCOG
Dr Devesh Khanwalkar
MBBS (India 1994), MRCGP (London 2006), DRCOG (London 2005)
Dr Lissy Kallarackel
MBBS (India 1994), MRCP MRCGP DPD DCH DFFP
Mrs Helen Harrison
Mrs Sharon Speakman
RGN BSc (Hons) Community Special Practitioner (General Practice Nursing)
There are seven receptionists who will usually be your first point of contact at the surgery or on the telephone.
These are based in the practice and work closely with the doctors, seeing patients in their homes and at the practice. You can contact them either by calling in at the practice or by telephoning 01282 731001 or 731010.
Regular local child health clinics are available to parents of children from birth to five years old. At these clinics the health visiting team are available to discuss any aspect of a child or family's health and wellbeing. This includes sleep, behaviour, toilet training, feeding, healthy weights, minor illness and more. Clinics and their contact details are:
Sure Start South West Burnley Children Centre
Tay Street, Burnley BB11 4BU
Whitegate Children Centre
Victoria Road, Padiham BB12 8TG
|0900 - 1030
St Peters Primary Health Centre
Burnley, BB11 2DL
|1000 - 1100
The Chai Centre
Hurtley Street, Burnley BB10 1BT
Briercliffe Primary Care Centre
Briercliffe Road, Briercliffe, BB10 2EZ
|1400 - 1530
Burnley Wood Children Centre
33 Brunswick Street, Burnley BB11 3NY
|1130 - 1230
Venice Avenue, Burnley, BB11 5JX
|1100 - 1200
Ightenhill Children Centre
Oak Street Burnley BB12 6QZ
|0900 - 1030
These are attached to the practice and participate in the care of all pregnant ladies and visit mother and baby at home in the early days after delivery. The antenatal clinic is usually run by the midwife on Tuesday mornings by appointment.
Mental Health Team
A member of the mental health team will see patients experiencing difficulties here at the surgery. There is a variety of services on offer, some of which do not operate from the surgery. You may need to be referred by the GP for some of the services. More information is available at www.eastlancshealthyminds.nhs.uk
Specialist Nurse Practitioners
The Specialist Nurse Practitioner (SNP) team consists of highly skilled and experienced nurses who possess advanced nursing qualifications.
The SNPs are able to:-
Diagnose, treat and manage long term conditions and/or acute conditions for those residents in nursing and residential care homes, prescribe medications when required, review and monitor medications, periodically make adjustments as necessary in agreement with their doctor, work with the Residents own Family Doctor, implement and review care planning, improve the quality and delivery of care wherever possible. They will soon start to work with patients over the age of 75 who are housebound. They have access to your medical record and are able to add consultation details to your medical record.