Staff

Dr Muneeb Choudhry : GP Director | MBBS DRCOG DFSRH DGM DIPOccMed MRCGP PGCert

Dr Muneeb Choudhry

GP Director | MBBS DRCOG DFSRH DGM DIPOccMed MRCGP PGCert


Male

Dr Muneeb Choudhry qualified from St. Georges, University of London in ‎1998 and completed his GP training in 2003 in Surrey. He travelled to remote and rural Australia after this as part of the Programme for Aboriginal Health. Following this he completed a short service commission as a Medical Officer in the Royal Air Force. Since then he has become a GP trainer, a GP appraiser and is an honorary lecturer at St. Georges, University of London with an interest in prescribing. He has developed practical expertise in minor surgery, joint injections, acupuncture, circumcisions, plastics and aesthetic procedures. Dr Choudhry is qualified in Occupational Medicine as well as Mediation. He holds additional posts as Learning Disability Lead in two CCGs in South London.

Dr Khalil Hassanally : Lead GP | Bsc LLB MBBS MRCGP MA

Dr Khalil Hassanally

Lead GP | Bsc LLB MBBS MRCGP MA


Male

Dr Saffan Qureshi : GP | MBBS(Dist) MRCGP DGM BSc(Hons)

Dr Saffan Qureshi

GP | MBBS(Dist) MRCGP DGM BSc(Hons)


Male

Dr Jazeb Razaq : GP | MBBS MRCGP BSc

Dr Jazeb Razaq

GP | MBBS MRCGP BSc


Male

Emma Beatty : Healthcare Assistant

Emma Beatty

Healthcare Assistant


Female

John Davitt : Substance Misuse Clinician

John Davitt

Substance Misuse Clinician


Male

Vanessa Douglas : Director of Operations

Vanessa Douglas

Director of Operations


Female

Gillian Glasgow : Practice Manager and Complaints Manager

Gillian Glasgow

Practice Manager and Complaints Manager


Female

Benjamin Green :

Benjamin Green


Male

Bianca White :

Bianca White


Female

Lisa Bellas :

Lisa Bellas


Female

Gertrud Buerstedde : GP | MBChB MRCGP

Gertrud Buerstedde

GP | MBChB MRCGP


FEMALE

Gertrud has worked in various settings in primary care for the last 23 years. Special interests include sexual health, prison health, and substance misuse. Certificate of Management of substance misuse from the RCGP part one and two in 2005.