Noth­ing but good about this GP

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - PRIDE OF BUCKS 2015 -

DE­SCRIBED as an un­sung hero by pa­tients, Dr Peter Boast has been praised for work­ing tire­lessly to help them.

Ar­riv­ing at Chess Med­i­cal Cen­tre as a newly-qual­i­fied GP, Dr Boast now runs the surgery in Che­sham.

He has been nom­i­nated for a Pride of Bucks Award in sev­eral cat­e­gories: 999 Ser­vice Per­son­nel, spon­sored by GE Health­care, health worker or team of the year/healthy living, spon­sored by Uni­ver­sal Care and Em­ployee/ busi­ness per­son of the Year, sp­son­sored by BP Collins.

Kharen Mah­mood, one of those nom­i­nat­ing Dr Boast, said: “I was in and out of hos­pi­tal, un­di­ag­nosed and suf­fer­ing with RSD. In­stead of palm­ing me off, he made sure he found out why I was in so much pain. He re­ferred me to a top neu­rol­o­gist and made sure I got my pain re­lief, which was hard to con­trol.

“Ev­ery­one who has him as a GP has noth­ing but good to say about this man. I would have been crip­pled and in a wheel­chair but be­cause of his prompt work, I am stand­ing tall. He is an un­sung hero.”

Health worker/team of the year nom­i­nee – spon­sored by Uni­ver­sal Care 999 ser­vice per­son­nel nom­i­nee – spon­sored by G E Health­care Em­ployee/busi­ness per­son of the year nom­i­nee – spon­sored by B P Collins

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