Meet the Team


We have allocated a named accountable GP for all of our registered patients; if you do not know who your named GP is, please ask a member of our reception team. Unfortunately, we are unable to notify patients in writing of any change of GP due to the costs involved.

What is a GP?

A GP, also known as a general practitioner, is a fully qualified and experienced doctor who has undertaken specialist training to become a GP. GPs are experts in the management of a wide range of common illnesses and health problems.

Where a GP feels that a patient’s problem requires even more specialist advice, they may refer them to hospital to see a doctor who specialises in just one area of medicine.

Our Doctors at Wilmslow Medical Centre are:

Dr P Pathak (f)


Dr H Win (m)

MBBS, FRCS, Dip Urology, DFFP

Dr Kent Yip (m)
Salaried GP

MA (cantab) MB BChir MRCGP,

Dr Blessing Otobelu (f)
Salaried GP


Dr P Sukumar (f)
Salaried GP

MRCGP, DRCOG, PGcertified, Warwick diabetes

Dr Zainab Shafeek (f)
Salaried GP


Dr Javed Akram Khan (m)
Long Term Locum GP

MBBS, MRCGP, PGCert Medical education, PGDip Dermatology,

Nursing Team

What is a Practice Nurse?

Practice nurses work in GP surgeries where they plan and provide nursing care, treatment and health education to patients of all ages.

At Wilmslow Road Medical Centre, we have an experienced practice nurse, who will look after patients suffering from chronic conditions such as COPD, asthma, diabetes and more.

You can request an appointment with a nurse or healthcare assistant online by visiting our Consulting Room.

Latha Jothi
Practice Nurse

Shaida Akhtar
Healthcare Assistant

What is a Community Nurse?

Providing complex care and supporting families, community and district nurses work in people’s homes, in primary care settings, care homes and clinics. They also provide outreach services to those who may not have a secure home.

If you wish to speak to one of the community nurses at Moss Side, you can contact them at the main site on 0161 232 4232.

What is a Macmillan Nurse?

Macmillan nurses are specialist cancer nurses who can help you to understand your treatment options and support you through your cancer experience. All Macmillan nurses have at least five years’ experience, including at least two years’ experience in cancer or palliative care.

You can contact our Macmillan nurse, Teresa Kemp, on 0797 009 8825.

Healthcare Team

What is a Health Visitor?

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training, particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.

Our linked health visitor is Sue Campbell, based at Rusholme Health Centre. If you would like to find out more about our health visitor service, please contact the practice.

Shaida Akhtar

Practice Team

Administrative Staff

We have a large team of administrative staff that carry out all the different tasks that are required to run a modern general practice.

They are also responsible for hospital referral under the supervision of our GPs, both for the NHS and for private care.

Rubina Hussain
Practice Manager

Anu Pathak
Deputy Practice Manager

Nazia Atiq
Reception Manager

Medical Secretary Team

Assma begum
Medical Secretary

Niva Das
Medical Secretary

Reception Team

We have a team of experienced reception staff, who will be the first point of contact for patients. They can book appointments, and signpost you for different services available via the NHS. The reception staff will need as much detail as possible to accommodate your requests appropriately.

Renan Adam

Nighat Hussain

Amna Ahmed

Pharmacy Team

PCN Pharmacist Team

Amar Pathak
Practice Pharmacist