Doctors

Dr Ashraf Zaman (m)

Dr Zaman

MBBS, FRCS OTL, MRCGP, DFFP, SMU RCGP Part2

Dr Zaman has joined the Practice as a partner from 1st October 2016.

He completed his general practice training in 2006. He has worked as a GP in various practices and HM prisons.

Dr Zaman served as a Medical Office in the Royal Air Force (RAF) as a Squadron Leader for 3 years. He worked as an ENT Registrar and was awarded Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS) before entering general practice. Dr Zaman has also undertaken regular sessions at the Young Offenders institute at Reading and Oakwood rehabilitation unit.

While working as a General practitioner Dr Zaman has successfully gained several additional qualification such as RCGP part 2 SMU (Substance misuse), DMP (Designated Medical Practitioner) to train nurses to become supplementary prescribers. He secured Membership of faculty battlefield advanced trauma and life support (BATLS) from the Royal Defence Medical College (RDMC) as an instructor, imparting training to medical officers and paramedics in the British Armed Forces.   

Away from the clinic Dr Zaman has also had several articles published in medical journals and has co- written a book called “World of Astronomy” which is a young person’s guide to the various constellations of the sky. He has also been a regular presenter on Bangla Channel (sky channel 786) conducting interactive live health programmes with the Bengali Community

Dr Zaman currently works at the clinic 5 days a week (Monday - Friday)

Dr Poorvie Hewa Pathiranage (f)

PoorvieDFFP, MD, MRCGP, PGCME

Dr Pathiranage joined the practice as a partner in October 2016. 

In 2019 Dr Pathiranage decided to leave the partnership so she could spend more time expanding her knowledge and seek new challenges.

She now works at the clinic on a Tuesday only.

Her Special interest are Women's Health and Minor Surgery

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