Staff - Medical


Dr Christopher J Trzcinski (Partner)
B.M 1984, D.C.H., D.R.C.O.G., M.R.C.G.P

Dr Heather L Heaton (Partner)
M.B., Ch.B(1994), D.C.H., D.F.F.P. M.R.C.G.P

Dr Amit Patel (Partner)
MB., Ch.B (2008), M.R.C.G.P., Hons

Dr Charmaine Bird
B.M. B.S.(2007) B.Med.sci D.R.C.O.G., C.G.P

Dr Kim Latif
M.BCh.B (2011) M.R.C.G.P.(2016)

Dr Roshni Bhatt
M.B., Ch.B(2008) M.R.C.G.P

Nurse Prescriber 

Catherine Hunt RGN

Practice Nurses

Raynor Greatorex  RGN
Sue Ward              RGN
Tori Ball                 RGN

The Practice Nurses working at the surgery hold daily clinics which are bookable by appointment only. The clinics available include:

Asthma, COPD, Coronary heart disease, Diabetes, Weight loss,Contraception, Smears, Travel advice & vaccinations, Minor ailments and many other health promotion issues.

Healthcare Assistants

Kate Bird
Gemma Rennie
Lisa De Sa Ruivo
Andrea Ellis

Our Healthcare Assistants are available all week, taking appointments for blood pressure readings, blood tests, height and weight checks, INR monitoring clinics, spirometry checks, ECGs and other health problem issues.

Our practice has been selected by the East Midlands Deanery as a training practice, which means experienced doctor registrars ( who are attached to the practice for up to a year) training to be general practitioners will be available to see you.

Health Visitors
Health Visitors can be contacted on 0116 2153217. Health visitors visit the parents following the birth of a child after the tenth day, and will do so periodically until the child enters school. This is to provide advice on all aspects of care, health, feeding and parenting. Health visitors are concerned with the prevention of disease. They also monitor development and growth, so there is early detection of any lack of development or problem and make referrals as appropriate.

Our midwife can be contacted at the Ante-Natal Clinic which is held in the surgery every Wednesday. There is close co-operation between the midwife and doctor providing continuity of care throughout pregnancy and for 10 days after delivery.

Community Nurses
The community nurses look after those who need home nursing care, they are also available for incontinence advice. They can be contacted on 0300 300 7777


Markfield Medical Centre

24 Chitterman Way



LE67 9WU

01530 249461



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