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Please see below details of the team at the Datchet Health Centre.  We've still got a few photos to add to help you to put a face to the name.


Dr Mick Watts (m)


Registered in 1986 and works eight sessions a week. Dr Watts joined Datchet in 1990 and became Senior Partner in 2012. He is the practice lead for commissioning. Dr Watts is a clinical leader for The Federation of Windsor Ascot and Maidenhead Practices (F-WAM) which is a group of 16 local practices working on provider issues.  He has been a key influence in shaping many local medical services over the years, previously area prescribing leader. He is currently sitting as GP representative on the Frimley ICS GP transformation working party. 

Mick is married with two grown up sons and a playful Cockerpoo dog!. He enjoys sport both actively and as a spectator, having run the London Marathon on three occasions so far, in 2003 as part of Team Flora, and again in 2005 and 2008. He has kyaked the length of the navigable Thames and cycled from one coast to the other of France.  He is in training for a 200 mile cycle ride in the Loire Valley in 2018.  He is a season ticket holder at Harlequins and follows Chelsea.

Dr Nicola Wallbank


Nicola registered in 1992 and joined the practice in 1997. She works 6 sessions per week and has an interest in womens' health, family planning (including coil and implant fitting), antenatal and postnatal care and child health. She is a voluntary member of the Antenatal Screening Board at Wexham Park Hospital. Nicola is also a GP trainer. Outside of work she is a member of several amateur dramatics groups, enjoys playing tennis and attends trapeze classes at Circus Space. She performed in the 2012 Paralympic Opening Ceremony.

Dr Ranjit Brar (m)
Dr Hoda Mohajer-Bastami (f)

GP Registrar

Mrs Sarah Bailey (f)

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

RGN, Bsc (Hons), MSc Advanced Professional Practice, Independent and Supplementary Prescriber, Member RCNSarah Bailey

Sarah qualified in April 2005 and has always worked in General Practice/Primary Care since she qualified. She was initially a Practice Nurse before she obtained her Masters Degree in Advanced Professional Nursing Practice and went on to become an Advanced Nurse Practitioner. She works 8 sessions a week and specialises in the Management of Minor Illnesses, but she also has a keen interest in Diabetes and Women's Health (including coil fittings). She is a qualified Adult Educator and works part time teaching Nurses new to managing minor illness and running update days for existing Nurses who are already treating patients with minor illnesses. She also helps out with the Out of Hours GP service at Frimley Park Hospital doing the occasional shift at weekends. When she isn't working you will find her out in Berkshire walking her much loved Labrador.



Mr Andrew Windsor

Paramedic Practitioner

Registered Paramedic HCPC, Member of The College of ParamedicsAndrew Windsor

Andrew joined the practice in 2017 following his previous role as Clinical Team Leader in London Ambulance Service. He worked as a lead clinician on frontline emergency ambulance crews. Having worked in Emergency Medicine since 2001, he has also studied minor illness and injuries at St Georges University and gaining varied experience in Walk In Centres. 

Andrew has been involved with a number of visits to Health services in Turkey, Poland and Croatia conducting joint training with the aim of sharing best clinical practice.

Andrew enjoys sailing when he gets the time, as well as still working on the bank for Frontline Ambulance Services to ensure current up to date practice in this field.


The Datchet Health Centre now has a strong team of regular GPs (partners and salaried doctors). When these doctors are unavailable (due to holidays, sickness, their duties as trainers or other work on behalf of the NHS) we sometimes book locums. We are fortunate to have some highly skilled and committed regular locums who work with us.

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