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Peel GPsTownside Primary Care CentreKnowsley StreetBury, BL9 0SNTel: 0161 762 1515
MB BS 1986 London
MB BS 2003 India DRCOG 2008 nMRCGP 2010
Dr Nawila Aslam
MB ChB 2007 Manchester
MB BS 1985 India DGO 1987 India DFFP 1985 FRCOG 1998 MRCGP 2003
MB ChB 2004 Manchester nMRCGP
Dr Venakata K R Bandaru
MB BS 1995 India MD 2001 India MRCA 2005 MRCGP 2016
My name is Dr Paul Jackson. I have been a GP at Peel since 1997. I was born and educated in Bury before leaving to study at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London. I qualified as a Dr in 1987 and have since achieved post graduate qualifications in Paediatrics, Family Planning and Substance Misuse. I work with my wife Dr Jane Jackson and we try to balance our working life with our family life with our 3 children. We live in Bury and you may pass me if you are out walking as I may be out on my bicycle travelling very slowly!
I graduated from my medical school in Southern India in 2003. I have been a GP since 2010 and joined Peel GPs in 2011.
I run our Baby Clinic where we offer 8 week checks for babies and start their immunisations. I also do joint injections for wear and tear arthritis of various joints. I also offer a minor surgery clinic.
I enjoy teaching medical students and foundation year doctors (F2). In our Practice we have 3rd year students from Manchester University and foundation year doctors from Pennine Trust.
I live in Bury with my family.
Dr Shobha Chacko
I have been a GP since 2002 and joined Peel GPs in 2006. Prior to this I specialised in Obstetric and Gynaecology including Family Planning and worked in this speciality for over 12 years. My special interests include women's health, family planning. You can book an appointment in my weekly Family Planning clinic to discuss the options available to you.
Since obtaining the Diploma in Diabetic care from Warwick University, I have an additional interest in caring for patients who have Diabetes. Together with a Diabetes Specialist Nurse, I run monthly clinics where we will discuss how best to manage your diet, medication, insulin and general wellbeing.
Dr Hubber and myself are both involved in training medical students and doctors. We have 1st and 2nd year medical students and Foundations doctors (who are qualified) but wish to gain experience in the Community and General Practice.
I have been at Peel GPs since 2011. Prior to this I worked and trained in the Bolton area for 4 years. Before training as a GP I trained in Paediatric specialities at Pendlebury Children's Hospital and St Mary's Hospital Manchester. I still enjoy looking after babies, children and their families in our General Practice setting, in particular I run our baby clinic where we offer 8 week checks for babies and start their immunisations.
I also offer a minor surgery clinic every Wednesday. I remove lumps and bumps including skin tags, cysts and other skin lesions under local anaesthetic. If you have any lesions which you think needs removing feel free to book a routine appointment with me, so we can look at it and discuss the options.
RGN 1979 London
Dip Professional Nursing Studies 2000
RGN 1988 Bury
BA (Hons) Health Studies Bolton 2000
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