Doctors

Dr Mark Hale (m)

BMedSci(Hons) BM BS (Nottingham 1989)Dr Hale

Dr Hale has worked at Lister House surgery for over 20 years. He has had an interest in Muscular Skeletal Medicine for a number of years.

He has previously worked as the club doctor for Derby County FC, covering every home and away game of their most recent Premier league season.

He currently works as club doctor for Derbyshire County Cricket.
He is a member of the Society of Musculoskeletal Medicine. In 2013 he passed his entry exams winning the Saunders Prize for highest marks in the year’s examinations.

Dr Sandy Khosla (m)

MB ChB (Manchester 1993) MRCGP

 Dr Khosla

Dr Khosla has worked as a GP for 23 years in Derby. He is the academy doctor at Derby County Football Club.

He has a diploma in sports and exercise medicine and is an accredited trainer at the Football Association St George's Park, for the management of pitch side trauma.

 

 

Dr Eshan Peiris (m)

MBBS, DRCOG, DFSRH, Cert La Vas, MRCGPEP

Dr Peiris is a GP partner at Village Surgery and has been working as a GP for more than 11 years. He has been working at MSK service since 2010. He moved in to General practice while completing his Trauma and Orthopaedics postgraduate training. He has experience in Orthopaedics, Vascular, and Plastic Surgical specialities.

Dr Peiris is a NHS England accredited GP with special interest (GPSI) who delivers local-anaesthetic surgical procedures in the community including a vasectomy service. He is also a clinical director for Derby City South PCN.

Dr Sophie Harvey (f)

BA, MA, MBBS, DCH, DRCOG, MRCGPSH



Dr Harvey is a GP partner at Lister House. She achieved her postgraduate diploma in Musculoskeletal medicine with Distinction. She now works as the lead doctor for the MSK service.

Dr Chris Wright (m)

ChrisDr Wright has worked as a GP in Derby since 2006 and since 2016 has developed his interest in Sports and Exercise medicine including completing an MSc in 2017. He is lead team doctor for Coventry Rugby Club and affiliated GP to Derbyshire County Cricket Club.

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