Qualified in 2002 from Guy's King's and St Thomas' School of Medicine. She has higher qualifications in general practice, obstetrics, gynaecology, family planning, child health and has an MBA (INSEAD 2009). She is also a clinical lead for Clinical Effectiveness Southwark.
Qualified in 1987 from Oxford University. He was trained in general practice in Bristol and in medicine in Gloucester and has also worked as a partner in Birmingham for 16 years prior to moving to London in 2009. He is a Professor at Imperial College London. He has higher qualifications in general practice, general medicine and research.
Special interests in gastrointestinal, cardiological problems and diabetes.
After qualifying from Leeds University Medical School in 2007, Dr Dove completed the rest of her training in London and her GP training at Guys and St Thomas’. She has higher qualifications in sexual health and family planning, as well as obstetrics and gynaecology. She also works closely with the GP Federation in North Southwark - Quay Health Solutions.
Qualified in 1989 in Birmingham and moved to London in 1999 after working in Jersey, Australia and Germany. Completed training in general practice in Gloucestershire and has worked as a military GP.
Qualified in 1997 from Kings College Hospital London. He completed a three year training scheme for general practice in London, and has higher qualifications in general practice, obstetrics, gynaecology and family planning. Before becoming a doctor he trained as a dentist. He has a special interest in headache management. He is a GP trainer.
Qualified in 2003 from Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital Medical School. He has higher qualifications in general practice, obstetrics, gynaecology, family planning and child health. He is a GP with a special interest in COPD. He is Programme Director of GP training and Associate Director of Postgraduate Medicine at St Thomas Hospital.
Qualified in 2008 from Oxford University. She completed training in general practice in London and has higher qualifications in child health, obstetrics and gynaecology and family planning. She is a trainer for Foundation Year 2 doctors.
Qualified in 1982 from Cambridge University where she completed her general practice training obtaining higher qualifications in children, sexual and reproductive health, and general practice. She took over the practice with Dr Richard Donmall in 1989 after two years in Australia mainly working with children. She has stepped down from both her partner and GP trainer roles in the practice, to be a very part time salaried doctor working on an annualised contract. She is a GP appraiser.
Qualified in 1997 from University of Aberdeen. She completed 3 years training for General Practice in Scotland and Bath before moving to London. She has higher qualifications in general practice, obstetrics, gynaecology and family planning.
Dr Thacker qualified in 2009 from St. George's Hospital Medical School. Before completing her general practice training in London she worked in genitourinary medicine in London and emergency medicine in Australia. She has higher qualifications in family planning.
Qualified in 1981 from Royal Free Hospital Medical School, London. She worked as a GP in Lewisham for many years. She works at the Royal College of General Practitioners as an examiner, external advisor and International RCGP. She has higher qualifications in general medicine, general practice and family planning. She is a GP Trainer.
Dr Browne qualified from Cardiff University Medical School in 2013 and then completed her further training in London. She trained as a GP at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital. She has higher qualifications in sexual health and family planning and is currently the practice lead for research.
Dr Farhana Lalani graduation from King's College London GKT School of Medical Education in 2013. She completed her GP training in South East London in 2019. She has further qualifications in family planning and provides coil and implant services.
Dr Hata qualified in 2014 from Imperial College London School of Medicine, and moved back to London after working in South Oxfordshire and completing her three year General Practice training scheme in Reading.