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Message from The Princess Alexandra Hospital  Posted 24/12/2021

As part of our response to the COVID-19 pandemic, all patients are required to have carried out a quick COVID-19 test (lateral flow test) before attending the hospital. You must provide evidence of a negative result on arrival via the NHS App if you have a smartphone, or alternatively, an email or photograph of the negative result.”

Disruption to Radiology (X-ray/CT scan) service Posted on 23/12/21

GP walk-in service and CT scan update

The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT) is currently experiencing disruption to its imaging service, which will affect the GP walk-in service and existing CT scan appointments.

After careful consideration, they are now accepting urgent referrals only from Thursday 23 December, until Monday 10 January, during the times listed below:

The Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow – radiology department, location B6: Monday-Friday, 8am-12:30pm and 1:30-7:45pm

Herts and Essex Hospital in Bishop’s Stortford – radiology department: Monday-Friday 8:30am-12:30pm and 1:30-4:30pm

St Margaret’s Hospital in Epping – radiology department: Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm

At this time, it is necessary to cancel all existing routine CT examinations and reschedule. 

New referrals will be added to the waiting list, however they will review and see patients in order of clinical priority, so you may experience a longer wait time.



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Hidden Heroes Award


Dr Sajive Bansal (m)

MB, ChB, DROCG, MRCGP Manchester. Qualified 1989.
Dr Bansal joined the practice in 1994. Pre-registration jobs at Blackburn Royal Infirmary and North Manchester General Hospital. Joined the Dartford and Gravesham VTS from 1991-1994, following which spent one year as an SHO in community paediatrics.  Practice GP Trainer.

Dr Miquel De La Torre (m)

Dr De La Torre has joined us as an Internationally Recruited GP from Spain. 

Dr Olasupo Fatimilehin (m)

Qualifications: MBBS; DFFP; MRCOG; MRCGP; MCFP: Qualified as a Medical Doctor in 1983 from the College of Medicine, University of Ibadan. Had training in O&G in the UK from 1997 till 2002 and subsequently trained as a GP till 2004. Joined the practice February 2017.

Dr Felix Kehinde (m)

MBBS,  FRCS,  MRCGP, Ibadan (Nigeria). Qualified 1983.
Dr Kehinde joined the practice in March 2005, after 10 yrs in hospital practice in Surgery and Emergency Medicine.
Special interests - Minor Surgery, diabetes and teaching.

Dr Chinonye Okwuosa (m)

Qualifications: MB, ChB; FMCS; FRCSEd; MRCGP. Qualified as a Medical Doctor in 1982 from School of Medicine, University of Jos(Nigeria).

Had Surgical Residency Training and qualified as a Surgeon in 1992. Subsequently trained as a GP till 2006. Joined the practice January 2017.

Dr Ariana Spungina (f)

Dr Ariana Spungina is a salaried GP who will be working 6 sessions a week with us.

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