Dr Motala is the senior partner at the practice. He trained at King’s College in London and he has been a qualified doctor since 2004. He has worked in numerous roles during his career including medical director of the local GP federation (supporting most of the GP surgeries in Nuneaton and Bedworth) and the medical doctor for Nuneaton Town Football Club.
His interests include; diabetes, minor surgery, psychiatry, urgent care and learning difficulties.
Dr Motala performs telephone triages for patients requesting an appointment and based on this he will decide if investigations are required first, whether the problem could be dealt with over the phone, or whether a face to face consultation is required.
Dr Patel completing her training at Leeds Medical School and has been qualified as a doctor since 2010. Her medical qualifications include MbChb and MRCGP. In addition to her medical qualifications, Dr Patel also studied Pharmacology achieving a First-Class Honours.
She became a partner at Chapel End Surgery in 2018.
Her interests include paediatrics, women's health, health care of the older person and is considering a role in cosmetic medicine.
Dr Patel performs face to face consultations as the norm, but may offer a phone consultation if clinically appropriate.
Jaqueline started her career as a qualified nurse and has over 20 years experience. She has achieved further qualifications including a Bachelor of Science in Emergency and critical care nursing, has a postgraduate diploma in autonomous nursing practice, with emphasis on minor injury and illness, and has a prescribing qualification enabling her to work independently.
Jacqui has spent most of her career working in primary care and the GP out of hours services, making her proficient in all problems presenting to a GP surgery. She also has specialist cardiac care knowledge having worked in a cardiothoracic intensive care unit. Her education, training and experience enable her to deal with all acute and chronic illnesses in patients of all ages.
The only services that Jaqui is unable to provide are signing a sick note, signing a death certificate or completing a baby check at 8 weeks.
Jacqui performs a mixture of face to face consultations and telephone triage.
Andrea qualified as a Nurse from University of Central England in February 1995. She initially worked in Birmingham City Hospital and the Birmingham Skin Centre until 2002. She moved to the George Eliot Hospital in 2003 to work closer to home.
Andrea decided to become a Primary Care Nurse in 2010 as she likes the variety of general practice and as no two days are the same. She enjoys working in a smaller surgery as she has been able to build on her professional relationships with her patients over time.
Andrea has experience of working as a nurse in the following healthcare settings: dermatology, rehabilitation, diabetes, renal, district nursing and Primary Care.
Desma has worked at the Practice for over 20 years. She enjoys the variety of problems she comes across as a practice nurse, and has developed long term relationships with her patients over this time. She qualified as a Nurse from the George Eliot Hospital Nursing School.
She qualified as a midwife in Coventry Midwifery School. She initially worked in the George Eliot Hospital and has experience of working as a nurse in the following healthcare settings: Diabetes, Asthma, COPD, Cytology, Immunisations, Tissue Viability and Primary Care.
Margaret Prince the Practice Manager has been with the practice for 18 years.
She lives locally and knows the area and the patient group well, and she holds the Amspar Practice Manager’s Diploma.
She is a member of a local Practice Managers Group who meet monthly to share ideas and support each other, and enjoys being able to lead our practice forward through the ever-changing primary care service within the NHS.
Lynne Booth, the Assistant Practice Manager, has been with the Practice for 8 years. She was previously a Practice Manager in the Rugby area for 20 years. She holds the AMSPAR Practice Manager's Diploma. She is a member of the local Practice Manager Group and attends monthly meetings in order to assist the Practice Manager with changes affecting Primary Care Services.