Dr Lauren K Stephenson GP Partner (Female)
MB, BChir (Cambridge 1988), DRCOG, MRCGP, FP Certificate
Associated with Royal Free Medical School teaching Care of the Elderly and Fourth Year Medical Students
Dr Narishta J Sebastianpillai GP Partner (Female)
MBBS (London 1994) DCH, MRCGP
Associated with Royal Free Medical School teaching Child Health and Fourth Year Medical Students as well as the London Deanery teaching Foundation Year 2 doctors.
Dr Kaksha Shah GP Partner (Female)
MBChB (Leeds 1995), DCH, DRCOG, DFFP, MRCGP
Associated with Royal Free Medical School teaching Child Health and Fourth Year Medical Students
Dr Siva Ramanathan GP Partner (Male)
MBBS (London 1995) DCH MRCGP
Associated with the London Deanery teaching Foundation Year 2 Doctors
Dr Hayley Dawson GP Partner (Female)
MBBS (London 1999), DRCOG, MRCGP FP Cert
Dr Chuin Kee GP Partner (Male)
MBBS, MRCGP, DRCOG, BSc (Hons)
Dr Sheryl Kaplan GP Partner (Female)
MBBS, BSc (London 2005), DGM, DRCOG, DFSRH, MRCGPGP
Dr Victoria Bradburn GP Partner (Female)
|Dr Sarayu Sanguhan
|Dr Charlotte Perryer
Practice Manager - Caroline Peters-O'Dwyer
Is responsible for the smooth running of the practice. If you have any comments, suggestions to make about the services provided by the surgery, these should be made to Caroline at the Surgery.
Elizabeth Ayodeji and Saira Yeadallykhan are our nurse practitioners.
Chandni Dattani and Regina Omoraka are our practice nurses. Nurse Dattani and Nurse Omoraka provide a minor illness service on a daily basis supporting the doctors of the Practice and are nurse prescribers. Both nurses with 2 supporting Heath care workers provide a range of services to patients. These include, Well person checks, Health promotion clinics, Chronic disease monitoring, Family planning, Cervical smear tests, Smoking cessation, as well as general advice on diet and healthcare.
Health Care Assistant
Ioana Mihailescu is our health care assistant. She is available for new patient health checks and blood pressure checks.
This is the team who look after you when you arrive at the surgery or when the telephone. They are trained to deal with your queries. All staff wear name badges and should be easy to identify and also will give you their first name when taking your telephone call.
A team of district nurses are available to provide continuing care once you leave hospital. A home visiting service is available for those who are housebound.
We have a Counsellor attached to the Surgery. Please discuss with the Doctor if you feel you need this service.