Mrs Camellia Debbie Butt
Camellia registered at the Practice in January 2000 and was born in Rochdale and moved to Bradford in 1965 where she met her husband. They moved in together in 1968 and have one daughter and one granddaughter. Camellia is very interested in her town & country. Camellia is a retired Health and Diet trainer who is passionate about recycling and fundraising for the P.D.S.A, Marie-Curie Care and Dogs Trust.Music is her first love and she has a very seasoned taste such as; Neil Young, JohnLennon, Andrea Bocelli & S.D. Burman. Camellia describes herself as beingeccentric, opinionated person who is very loyal & funny. Camellia says herbest trait is her kindness and her worst is her impatience.
Camellia joined the Patient Participation Group this year 2012 to help with improvements in the Surgery. I feel that my views differ and Ifeel I would be an asset to the group.
Mr Abdul Razak
Mr Razak has been registered with the Practice since August1990. He has lived and worked in the Bradford area since1959 and worked in the transport industry. In 1979 Mr Razak moved to Germany for 4 years to work for the United States Army. When Mr Razak returned to Bradford he became an active member of the Labour Party and became chairman of Attock Park residence association and is an active member of the Patient Participation Group for over 5 years.
Mr Farhat Hussain
Mr Hussain has been registered with the Practice since June 1990. I am a 62 year old man with 3 children. He worked at Bradford College for 33 years initially as a Technician working his way up to Chief Technician. Prior to working at Bradford College he worked in Dubai (UAE) for 2 years as a Superintendent Technician. He has also worked as a Computer Centre Manager as well as working in Pakistan for 4 months as an Educational Consultant. He has 2 HNC’s in Engineering and Electronic Engineering. He enjoys helping within the Community and has been alocal schools Governor at Lappage Street School, Carlton Bolling and Byron First School.
He has also taught Karate at Karmand Community Centre.
Mr Hussain has been a member of the Patient Participation Group for 3 years and is very interested in the improvement of the Surgery and taking this out in within the Community.
He often promotes Health Education within the community andhave been on courses such as a Diabetes course to have more of anunderstanding.
Mr Ibrahim has been registered with the Practice since July 2001. He is currently a long time member of the Patient Participation Group which meets regularly at Primrose Surgery to discuss patient experiences regarding the day to day running of the Surgery and ways to improve the services.
Mohammed currently also works as a Volunteer at this surgery. His duties include assisting with reception, photocopying, answering telephone calls and organising / filing prescriptions.
He is a Public Member of the Bradford Hospital Foundation Trust and also take parts in the Primary Care Trust Panel - Improving Patient Experience, and also involved in the Patient Reference Group at Douglas Mill.
Mohammedattends regular open events ie: Connection's Fair, Board of Directors meetings held in Public and Health Promotion open days.
He also is a member of Diabetes UK , British Heart Foundation and McMillan Cancer Support and can speak Urdu which enables me to assist with interpretation skills.
Mr Zahid H Rathoor
Mr Rathoor has been registered with the Practice since February 1984 and since June 2012 a member of the Patient Representative Group.
He moved to Bradford in 1969 with his family to live and work in around Bradford and Leeds area and was involved in community work for Shah-ne-Islam. Mr Rathoor is also a trustee and secretary of a death committee which arranges for members the entire funeral services and helps them with any other problems. He is also a carer for his wife.
Robina has been registered with the Practice since July 2003 and has been a member of the PRG since 2012. She expressed an interest in the Group as she would like to know more about how the Practice operates and would like to add her views with the other members of the Group.
Robina works full time at the Karmarand Community Centre. She has been there for 6 years as a Benefit and Immigration Advisor and really enjoys her work. She finds her work very challenging bur rewarding at the same time. She is also part of a family business where her daughter currently works. Her daughter is also currently studying at College doing a Teaching Degree.
When Robina is not working or helping out with the family business she does enjoy walking.
Amtul has recently joined the Group in 2012 and has now been to 2 PRG meetings. She likes to take note of everything that goes on and does give her valued opinion. She has been registered with the Surgery since 2009.
Amtul is a diabetic and she enjoys talking about her diabetic needs. She is well aware of the diabetic awareness and how she can help herself by following some simple guidelines, ie, to just have a handful of fruit at a time, and have sugar free drinks. She also now does arm chair exercises whilst watching TV and tries to increase her activities daily.
Kim has recently joined the Group in 2016 and has been registered at the Surgery since 1990. She has been happily married for 34 years, has 3 children and 7 grandchildren. She likes animals and at the moment has 4 cats although this may increase as for some reason she seems to attract strays which then become permanent members of her family. Kim has always worked but recently has had to finish due to ill health.
Kim advised that she can see both sides to the running of the Practice and as a patient would like to have a say in what was going on. As she states she is quite verbal and happy to put her views forward to try and help the Practice and its patients.