Dr Ele Barkell (f)
MBBS (London 1997) BSc (Hons) MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP Med Ed. Cert.


Dr Ramesh Yannamani (m)

MBBS (Bangalore 1997) MRCGP


Dr Emma Sellars (f)

MBChB (Birmingham 2001) MRCGP DFFP


Dr James McWeeney (m)

MBChB (Birmingham 2008), MRCGP


Dr Michelle Bedford (f)

MBChB (Birmingham 2008), MRCGP, DFSRH


Dr Shahin Kharim (m)

Salaried GP


Dr Charlotte Webster (f)

Salaried GP


Dr Grainne McNeela (f)

Salaried GP


Dr Helen Ghose (f)

Salaried GP


Dr Kathryn FURNEAUX (f)

Salaried GP


Dr Anwar Shahed (m)

Salaried GP

The Practice is involved in the training of new general practitioners, at any one time we may have working at the practice, second and third year training GP Registrars, they are supervised by their trainers who are Dr Yannamani, Dr Sellars and Dr Barkell. Gaining experience in the community is a vital part of their training. If you are unhappy to see one of our trainees please let reception know.We also accommodate FY2 doctors (foundation year), these are doctors who have completed what used to be known as ‘house jobs’, they may want to become general practitioners but some wish to specialise in other fields, again it is really important they have experience in the community. ALL OUR TRAINING DOCTORS ARE QUALIFIED AND HOLD THE APPROPRIATE UK GMC REGISTRATION.


The Peel Medical Practice is proud to be involved in the training of medical students from Birmingham University. From time to time final year students are placed here usually for a month, general practice is a vital part of their training and you may be asked if you mind a student sitting in on your consultation or asked to see a student before you see your doctor. They are always supervised and we thank you for your patience in this matter, if you are unhappy seeing a student, please let reception know.


To ensure the safety of staff and
vulnerable patients, all patients are
required to wear a face mask on
entering the building and during
This will remain in effect after 19 July
Thank you

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Do not book a GP appointment if you think you might have coronavirus.
Stay at home and self isolate for 10 days and if further guidance is needed to use the NHS 111 website.
Arrange a test by visiting NHS.UK or contact 119.