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Alexandra Group Medical Practice


Welcome to Alexandra Group Medical Practice

With patients’ needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register. you ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations.


Welcome to Alexandra Group Medical Practice

With patients’ needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register. you ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations.

Get Well, Keep Well

Of course we re not just here for when you are unwell. Our team of healthcare professionals and back-up staff offer a number of clinics and services to promote good health and wellbeing whatever your medical condition.

Join In

We hope you enjoy having a look around the site and familiarising yourself with some of the online features such as ordering a repeat prescription. Whatever your thoughts, be sure to let us know via our feedback function. Comments and suggestions are always a great way of helping us continue to enhance the way we look after you.

Allocated GP

In line with Department of Health Instructions all patients registered with our practice have been allocated a specific GP.

This does not mean that you have to see the GP who has been allocated to you, you are still able to see any GP of your choice as you currently do now.


At the Alexandra Surgery, reserved car parking spaces for the disabled are marked out near the left hand side entrance (as viewed from the front of the building). There is adequate wheelchair access to the building. There are WCs for disabled patients provided on both the ground and first floors. A lift is available. If access proves difficult to any of our disabled patients we would be happy to consider any suggestions for improvement.

All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (ie average pay) for GP’s working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.

The average pay for GP’s working at The Alexandra Group Medical Practice in the last financial year was 99,514 before tax and National Insurance. this is for 4 full time GP’s who have worked in the practice for more than 6 months.

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LifeBank Placental and Cord Blood Banking – FemmPro OB #femmproobgyn, #femmpro, #professionals


The time of labor and birth of your baby is a wonderful milestone in your family’s life, and a miraculous new beginning. Your baby’s birth is also the perfect time to collect your newborn’s umbilical cord and placenta blood for cryobanking and storage. While many parents are banking their babies’ cord blood, you can actually do more by banking stem cells from two usable sources of stem cell-rich blood: the umbilical cord and the placenta. This service is called placental and cord blood banking, and it is available only from LifebankUSA which is registered with the FDA.

Why is banking stem cells the right thing to do for your baby?

Banking placental blood in addition to cord blood doubles the number of segments preserved and increases the total number of stem cells available. This is important for two reasons. First, transplanting more stem cells has been shown to increase the probability of transplant success and survival if needed. Second, having multiple segments available may offer the potential to treat additional conditions that may affect your baby and/or other close family members. Whether this child is your first or an addition to your family, you want to do everything you can to provide for your newborn’s well-being now and in the future. Cord blood and placental blood and tissue banking provides you with the ability to collect and preserve potentially lifesaving stem cells and bank even more stem cells. This is accomplished by collecting them from two usable sources of stem cell-rich blood: the umbilical cord and the placenta. And, doing so could one day save the life of your child or a close family member.

FemmPro OB/GYN believes that banking the most stem cells may ensure the best possible outcome for your child or family member in case there is a need for a future transplant. Your doctor simply takes the blood and tissue in a special LifebankUSA collection kit and is sent to their local processing and storage facility in New Jersey.

With LifebankUSA, you also have the option to donate the umbilical cord and placenta to contribute to lifesaving medical breakthroughs that will help save lives through research and transplantation. LifebankUSA accepts donations from any hospital nationwide. So, please consider donating cord blood and placenta to help save lives, even if you make a personal decision not to pursue private banking.

For more information and enrollment, consult with your FemmPro OB/GYN Professional or visit .

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Skin Cancer Diagnosis and Process

A thorough dermoscopic skin check is done for a melanoma skin cancers, basal cell skin cancers or sqaumous cell skin cancers. We have specialist dermoscopists and skin cancer surgeons at Eastmed Doctors, who can not only diagnose your skin cancer accurately, but also offer you to treat them here in the custom built surgical theatre. Your skin cancer surgery will by performed under local anaesthetic injections with minimal discomfort. The skin cancer that is cut out is send to the lab for the pathologist to analyse what type of skin cancer this is and whether we have removed it completely. The skin is usually repaired with absorbable sutures to give you a very neat scar.

Melanoma Skin Cancer Treatment

Melanoma skin cancer moles can either be dark or light or sometimes an enlarging red spot. If a skin cancer is suspected to be a melanoma the only treatment option is to remove this mole as soon as possible. If you discover a new brown, black, or red mole, please make an appointment with one of our doctors and this will be dealt with promptly.

Basal Cell Skin Cancer Treatment

A basal cell skin cancer arises from the basal layers of the skin. This is a very common skin cancer. It used to be known as a rodent ulcer in the past, since it eats away in the middle destroying tissue and bone on its way and enlarges when no treatment was offered. This does not happen now since we pick these up very early. They usually look like a pearl red or pink mole with lots of tiny blood vessels on the surface. Sometimes they are flat red spots on the skin. They usually break down in the middle, causing a hole in the bump, which can bleed. Many patients also have them in the ears which bleed causing stains on the pillows.

If the basal mole is large and flat and the diagnosis is uncertain, then a punch biopsy can be done to prove what it is before cutting the whole mole out. Some we do frozen section – this is removing a small part of the mole and have this looked by the pathologist in the lab quickly, before removing more out. This is similar to Moh’s surgery

If the punch biopsy reveals a superficial basal cell cancer, then Aldara ( imiquimod ) cream is funded. This is a immune cream, which works in conjunction with your immune system to clear this mole. This is very successful. Sometime Effudix cream can also be used.

If the diagnosis is certain or the punch biopsy reveals an invasive basal cell cancer, then removing this entire mole is the only option.

Squamous Skin Cancer Treatment

Squamous cell cancers usually come in the lips or legs. There look like very rough skin on top of the mole, sometimes bleeds. They can be very large red flat scaly spots on the skin. If the area is large then punch biopsy can be done to see how bad the squamous cell mole cancer is before removing this entirely. If it is a pre-cancerous mole, then Liquid Nitrogen or Freezing Ice works very well to clear this. If the squamous cell cancers especially on the face, ears or lips or legs which are deep, they need to be removed entirely to offer complete cure.

Sun Spots – Actinic Keratosis – Pre Skin Cancer Treatment

Some of these are precancerous lesions. They can be effectively treated with Aldara ( imiquimod ) or Liquid Nitrogen or Efudix ( 5-Fluorouracil cream ) creams.

Liquid Nitrogen – Freezing Ice

Liquid Nitrogen or Freezing ice treatment is available at Eastmed Doctors. This can be effectively used to treat a variety of pre-cancerous rough spots, sun spots and superficial basal cell skin cancers.

Anticancer Creams

Aldara ( imiquimod ). or Efudix ( 5-Fluorouracil cream ) are used at Eastmed doctors for treatment of skin cancers which respond to them – mainly pre-cancerous sun spots, Actinic keratosis and Superficial basal cell cancers.

Skin Cancer Checks and Treatment

If you are new patient and wish to have a skin cancer mole check and have your skin cancer treated at the same time, book an appointment online. choose Dr. Siva Nachiappan from the list and indicate in the special instruction box you are a new patient and you are coming in to have your moles checked. Alternatively you can ring the reception on 09 585 0188.

Click here for examples of mole surgery done at Eastmed Doctors

Primary Care Doctor Shortage – How Does the Health Care Law Address


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How to Beat the Doctor Shortage

En español l For years, Marcia Andrews visited the same internist in Washington, D.C. Then she turned 65, got her Medicare card and had to find a new doctor: Her internist was not accepting Medicare patients. Primary care doctors are in such demand now that they can choose not to accept Medicare, whose reimbursements to physicians are lower than private insurance rates.

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More and more people, especially Medicare patients, are having trouble finding a doctor.

The doctor shortage is worse than most people think, says Steven Berk, M.D. dean of the School of Medicine at Texas Tech University. The population is getting older, so there’s a greater need for primary care physicians. At the same time, physicians are getting older, too, and they’re retiring earlier, Berk says. And graying doctors — nearly half the nation’s 830,000 physicians are over age 50 — are seeing fewer patients than they did four years ago, a 2012 Physicians Foundation survey reported.

Soon, this fraying primary care network will face another huge challenge: Under the Affordable Care Act. millions of formerly uninsured men and women will have access to health care.

We need to absorb these 30 million people, and that’s going to be a strain, says Russell Phillips, M.D. director of Harvard Medical School’s new Center for Primary Care.

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A fundamental change

The approach most favored by experts at Harvard and elsewhere is to reshape traditional primary care: from a stream of patients waiting to see one harried doctor to a more efficient team practice in which patients with routine problems are seen by nurse-practitioners and physician assistants — trained specialists with master’s degrees. The team frees the doctor to spend more time with patients with more serious complaints.This change could be as fundamental as the one that took place when most family doctors stopped making Marcus Welby-like house calls.

The Affordable Care Act encourages such a sea change, with provisions that aim to shore up and expand the country’s ailing primary care system while still reducing costs.

The ACA authorizes money to increase the primary care workforce by training more doctors, nurses, nurse-practitioners and physician assistants. It includes more graduate medical education training positions, with priorities for primary care and general surgery, and more money for scholarships and loans for all health professionals. The law expands the number of patients seen at community health centers in areas with too few doctors and increases the number of staffers who work in the centers. It also expands nurse-managed clinics at nursing schools where nurses in training see patients who live in the area.

Another key provision: a 10 percent bonus, through 2015, to primary care doctors who offer services to Medicare patients.

But in these times of shrinking federal budgets, it’s unclear how much ACA primary care money will be available as Congress juggles competing priorities. Congress, for example, already has chopped about $6.25 billion from the ACA’s new $15 billion Prevention and Public Health Fund, which pays for programs to reduce obesity, stop smoking and otherwise promote good health. In addition, federal support for training all types of physicians, including primary care doctors, is targeted for cuts by President Obama and Congress, Republicans and Democrats, says Christiane Mitchell, director of federal affairs for the Association of American Medical Colleges, who calls the proposed cuts catastrophic.

A recent study by the Institute of Medicine and the National Research Council reports that, when compared with citizens of 16 other high-income democracies, including those of Western Europe, Japan and Canada, Americans not only die younger but have poorer overall health. The researchers traced U.S. health disadvantages to a number of causes, including the fact that Americans have more limited access to primary care.

Where have all the doctors gone?

Today, the United States is short about 16,000 primary care doctors — the very doctors (family practitioners, internists and pediatricians) who offer the treatments and preventive screenings that save lives and head off expensive emergency room visits and hospitalizations.

Why the shortage? It starts with huge medical school debts and ends with a doctor who is often overworked and underpaid. While students may enter medical school wanting to practice primary care medicine, they graduate saddled with heavy debt — $250,000 is not unusual — which prompts them to switch to a more lucrative specialty. The starting salary for a primary care physician is $150,000 to $170,000; a radiologist or gastroenterologist can make two to three times that.

Only one in five graduating internal medicine residents plans to go into primary care medicine, the Journal of the American Medical Association reports.

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Looking for a Doctor?

The best place to start is your state medical association. Many provide doctor directories that often include new doctors just setting up practice.

If you’re a Medicare beneficiary, go to . Under Forms, Help and Resources on the home page, select Find doctors, hospitals and facilities. Type in your ZIP code and you’ll get a drop-down menu of medical specialties, including primary care. The tool provides contact information for doctors according to the criteria you enter — geographic location, specialty, etc. Call the office to check whether the doctor is still taking new patients.

Clay Buchanan, a former lawyer, is one of those graduating in May. At 48, the Little Rock, Ark. resident is older than most medical students. He shadowed a family doctor as part of his training — and was hooked. By noon the first day, I loved it, Buchanan says.

New York University and several other colleges are planning to experiment with a three-year program.

Health clinics offer primary care

Community health centers offer another form of primary care. Nationwide, the centers serve 20 million patients a year using a team approach, and are open to all on a sliding fee scale. Under the ACA, they are expected to double their capacity to 40 million patients by 2015. To entice doctors to work at these centers, the National Health Service Corps repays up to $120,000 in loans for each doctor in return for four years’ service.

Technology, including telemedicine — which could reduce patient trips to the doctor’s office — also should help expand health care.

Another way to increase health services is to give physician extenders — nurses and other medical professionals — more autonomy. Patricia Grady, director of the National Institute of Nursing Research at the National Institutes of Health, supports increasing the role of trained nurses, allowing them to set up independent practices where they could do physical exams and advise patients on exercise and diet.

But that position has met with some resistance. The American Academy of Family Physicians and the American Medical Association (AMA) favor training more physicians and nurses but want to keep nurses in teams led by doctors.

Nurses and foreign doctors

Permitting more foreign doctors to practice here also would increase the pool of primary care providers. Last fall, President Obama signed a three-year extension of a visa waiver program that allows states to place 30 foreign medical school graduates a year in medically underserved areas for three years. Most remain in the communities after they satisfy their commitment. Still, the shortage is so acute, even the AMA is lobbying Congress to increase to 50 the number of foreign-educated doctors each state is allowed.

In the meantime, more Americans are anxiously searching for a primary care doctor — or waiting months to see one. Marcia Andrews, whose Washington doctor refused to take Medicare, finally found a new doctor who does. The search took her 18 months.

Marsha Mercer is a freelance journalist who lives in the Washington, D.C. area.

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Who We Are

Our practice is limited to the treatment of Auto and Work Injuries only. Over the past 40 years we have treated thousands of auto and motorcycle accident victims. We offer new patient appointments seven days a week including all holidays with no after hour charges. Don t suffer with pain, call today and we will see you today. No hassle!

No Out of Pocket Cost !

Most auto accident policies and worker s compensation insurance cover 100% of the cost of care. Based upon qualifying auto insurance, we treat most auto accidents and work injuries with no deductibles, no co-pays and no out of pocket cost. And we will gladly wait for payment from the responsible insurance company or your attorney. Free Initial Consultation!

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The best way to limit auto accident injury and protect against ejection in a collision is with the use of a safety belt. Research has shown that lap shoulder belts when used properly, reduce the risk of injury to front seat passenger car occupants by:

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Same Day Appointments available. 8:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Saturday, Sunday, Evenings, and Holiday Appointments Gladly Accepted at No Additional Cost! With 14 Valley Locations, we are close to you. All Patients are seen by Appointments only. Call Today, be seen Today! To make an appointment, click below to find the nearest Office to you.

Shuttle Service Available

Emergency Chiropractic offers shuttle service. We can coordinate transportation to and from our offices, if your car is in the repair shop following an auto accident. Our staff will arrange to have you picked up for your appointment and returned home after your care. Now there is no need to delay getting the care you need, just because your car is in the shop following an auto accident. Just let us know when you come in for your first appointment and we will coordinate transportation for future appointments. For more details, please click on the video to the left.

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I felt as though the Doctor was my friend, so much that I continue to send patients. I will miss the whole entire staff now that my medical problems are completed!
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Dr. Peter DeLuca, Head Team Physician, Head Orthopedic Surgeon

Dr. Peter DeLuca is in his 20th season with the Eagles and his 15th as the head team physician and head orthopaedic surgeon. He is an associate professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Thomas Jefferson University and a sports medicine surgeon with Rothman Institute.

DeLuca is also the head team orthopaedic surgeon for the Philadelphia Flyers and a consultant for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms (AHL). He served as NHL medical consultant at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

In 2014 he received the Dick Vermeil Lifetime Achievement Award from the Otho Davis Scholarship Foundation.

A native of Jersey City, NJ, DeLuca received a degree in biology from St. Peter’s College in 1981 and then went on to earn his M.D. at Georgetown in 1986. He then underwent postgraduate training and residencies at both Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia and Yale University Hospital.

DeLuca and his wife, Renee, reside in Cherry Hill, NJ, with their son, Sam, and daughter, Natalie.

Dr. Gary Dorshimer, Team Internist

Dorshimer is in his 19th year as the Internist with the Eagles. Dorshimer, 61, is currently on the medical staff at Pennsylvania Hospital. He practices general internal medicine and sports medicine as part of Penn Personalized Care – Gary W. Dorshimer, MD. He serves as the Associate Program Director for the Primary Care/Sports Medicine Fellowship programs of both the University of Pennsylvania Health System and of CHOP.

Dorshimer, a member of the NFL Physicians Society and at-large representative to the executive committee of the Society from 2003-07 and again 2015-present, is also the Head Team Physician for the Philadelphia Flyers (NHL). The Secretary/Treasurer of the NHL Team Physicians Society since 1987, he also served as an internal medicine consultant for the NHL players at the 1998, 2002, 2010, and 2014 Winter Olympics. He is a member of the advisory committee to the Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers Society. He was the NFL Physicians Society representative to the NATA Consensus Conference on Sickle Cell Trait in Athletes in 2006 and to the NATA Consensus Conference on Prescription Drugs in 2009. He has served as the Co-Chair for the 2009 and 2012 NFL Physicians Society/AOSSM Symposiums on Sports Medicine in Football. He has also Co-Chaired the 2015 NHL Team Physician Society/AOSSM Symposium on Sports Medicine in Ice Hockey. He recently served as the NHL Liaison Physician to Team Russia during their training week in St. Petersburg, Russia, before the 2016 NHL World Cup Tournament.

Born in Allentown, PA, he went on to receive a B.S. in natural science with summa cum laude honors from Muhlenberg College in 1977 and an M.D. degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1981. He is a member of both Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Omega Alpha academic societies. He completed his postgraduate training at Pennsylvania Hospital and was certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in 1984. In 1995, he earned a Certificate of Added Qualifications in Sports Medicine from that board and was recertified in 2005 and 2015.

Dorshimer lives in Drexel Hill, PA, with his wife, Deborah.

Dr. Frank Brady, Team Chiropractor

Frank Brady is in his 13th season as the team’s chiropractor. Brady graduated with a Doctrine in Chiropractic from the Pennsylvania College of Chiropractic in 1994. Since that time, he has worked in private practice at the Greater Philadelphia Chiropractic Center in Northeast Philadelphia.

Dr. Brady is not only an active member of the Professional Football Chiropractic Society, but he is a newly appointed Chairman of their executive committee. He is currently responsible for putting together the academic portion of their yearly national meetings held during the NFL combine in Indianapolis.

When not traveling with or caring for the Eagles, Dr. Brady treats many local professional golfers, as well as many athletes from all walks of life. He is also the team chiropractor for the Philadelphia Flyers.

Frank and his wife Lisa reside in Ocean City, NJ, with their children, Samantha, Frankie, and Nicholas.

Dr. Alexander Vaccaro

Dr. Alexander Vaccaro is in his 12th season as the Eagles spine consultant. He is president of Rothman Institute and chairman of Orthopaedics at Thomas Jefferson University. Vaccaro also serves as a spine consultant for the Philadelphia Flyers and the Philadelphia 76ers.

In addition to treating patients, Vaccaro is affiliated with numerous orthopaedic and spine societies and is one of the leading spine researchers in the world. He has authored over 560 peer reviewed articles, 300 book chapters, co-edited 47 textbooks on the spine.

He completed his residency in orthopaedic surgery at Thomas Jefferson University and his spine fellowship at the University of San Diego. Vaccaro has also earned a Ph.D. in Spinal Trauma.

Vaccaro resides in Gladwyne, PA with wife Lauren and his three children Alex, Juliana and Christian.

Dr. Matthew Pepe

Dr. Matthew Pepe is in his eighth season as assistant team physician of the Philadelphia Eagles. He is an assistant professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Thomas Jefferson University and a sports medicine surgeon with the Rothman Institute who has authored multiple research papers in Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine published in peer review journals.

Pepe also serves as the team physician for Egg Harbor Township High School and Stockton College.

He completed his residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center and his fellowship in Sports Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh.

He resides in southern NJ with his wife and three children.

Dr. Christopher Dodson

Dr. Christopher Dodson is in his fifth season with the Eagles as assistant team physician. He is an associate professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Thomas Jefferson University and a sports medicine surgeon with Rothman Institute.

Dodson is also the head team physician for the Philadelphia 76ers, and an orthopaedic consultant for the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Pittsburgh Pirates. Previously he was an assistant team physician for the Philadelphia Flyers.

He earned his medical degree from Brown University followed by an orthopaedic residency and fellowship at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City.

Dodson resides in Bryn Mawr, PA with his wife Cara, and their children Connor, Avery, and Lauren.

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