Doctors

Dr Manpreet Kohli (Partner)

MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH, MBBS (India).

Dr Kohli completed her GP training here at Hilltops in April 2015 and chose to stay with the team at Hilltops thereafter. Along with doing 7 sessions at the practice, she has a special interest in family planning, women’s health and provides family planning services including coil fitting and implant services at the practice. She also looks after residents at a Care home and is keen to have a positive impact on patient care, health promotion and holistic care to all including our palliative patients, adding value to the practice. She is a GP trainer and also, supervises medical students from Buckingham Medical School. She enjoys gardening, travelling, and spending time with her boys.

Dr Suryanarayana Maddipati (Partner)

MBBS, MRCGP, DRCOG, Certificate in Diabetes Care from Warwick University.

Dr Maddipati qualified in 2002 in India and did his GP training in Worcestershire. He moved to Milton Keynes and joined Hilltops Medical Centre in 2009 as a locum and stayed on as a Partner. He is training to do community ENT clinics and is aspiring to be a trainer to take qualified doctors to become GPs, in his spare time he likes gardening and the company of friends.

Dr Rebecca Bradshaw (Partner)

MRCGP, DRCOG.

Dr Bradshaw trained in Liverpool, she joined Hilltops permanently in April 2015 and became a partner in January 2021. She enjoys Women’s Health and has an interest in safe prescribing and chronic disease management, she has also been active in developing and implementing new systems to improve patient care. In her spare time she enjoys walking, being outdoors, travelling and spending time with her family.

Dr Margaret Field (Partner)

MB CHB (2003 Leicester) DRCOG (2006) MRGCP (2007).

Dr Field has been with Hilltops Medical Centre since September 2007. Dr Field studied at The University of Leicester and came to Milton Keynes in 2003 where she was a trainee GP briefly at Hilltops Medical Centre. She qualified as a GP from the Milton Keynes training scheme and returned to Hilltops Medical Centre in 2007. She has special interests in diabetic care as well as palliative care. Her roles also include lead for safeguarding children, and she is a Domestic Abuse Champion. She has active roles in caring for our care home patients as well as training of students in the practice. In her spare time she enjoys dancing and spending time with her family

Dr Shafiqul Islam (M)

MBBS(1995), MRCP (UK), DFSRH, MRCGP (UK), Dip Cardiology, AMILM.

General Practitioner Hilltops Medical Centre, Kensington Drive, Milton Keynes, UK, MK8 9HN. (Since 2015) Milton Keynes Urgent Care Service Specialist Advisor CQC Care Quality Commission, Citygate, Gallowgate, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 4PA. Milton Keynes LMC Representative. Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire LMC, Buckinghamshire, SL7 1PB. General Practitioner since 2006. Special interest: Cardiology.

Dr Sehar Ali (Partner)

MBBS (2004), MRCGP (2017), LOC-IUT (Intrauterine techniques), LOC SDI-IR (Subdermal Implants)

Dr Ali qualified in 2004 from the University of Health Sciences, Pakistan. She completed her foundation training Milton Keynes followed by GP training in Towcester in 2017.She then worked locally in Milton Keynes practices and joined Hilltops as a partner in April 2021.

Besides working 7 sessions at the practice, she has special interests in Women’s Health, contraception and has completed her training for minor surgery and joint injections. She currently runs regular clinics for coils and implants. She is looking forward to her new role as GP trainer to support aspiring GP’s in their training and development.

Dr. Ali likes to spend time with her family and loves travelling, painting and listening to music in her spare time.

Dr Hafsa Umar

MBBS, MRCGP

Dr Dominic Wood

BSc (Hons), DIC MBBS DCH DFFP MRCGP (2007), DipCBD

Dr Wood completed his medical degree from Imperial College London in 2002 intercalating with a Management BSc (2000) from Imperial College Business School. He then went on to do his post-graduate training in Berkshire and South Buckinghamshire, becoming a full time GP in Beaconsfield in 2007 where he spent 15 years ending up as Senior partner.

He is a Director of FedBucks, a GP Federation covering the majority of Buckinghamshire.

He has an interest in Lifestyle Medicine and Holistic care alongside Men’s Health and is keen on embracing Digital innovation and patient education. He spends some time advising external companies regarding this.

He is enthusiastic for primary care research and the potential it may have on guiding future treatments.

Outside of medicine, he enjoys food, wine, walking and travel, his family and becoming “greener” and more sustainable environmentally.

Dr Hopeson Alifoe (Locum)

GP Registrars

Dr Moushumee Dey

Dr Henry Onimisi-Smith

Dr Hamsa Othman