Practice Staff



Dr Stephen Amiel (M)
Dr Judy Bennett (F)
Dr Kevin Clarkson (M)
Dr Caroline Dickinson (F)
Dr Jane Myat (F)
Dr Daniel Toeg (M)
Dr Alex Warner (M)

GPs and Registrars

Dr Frances Blackmore (F)
Dr Ruth Gailer (F)
Dr Charlotte Iveson (F)
Dr Yee Wen Khew (F)
Dr Lakshmi Kuhendran (F)
Dr Tim McDowall (M)
Dr Erica McNabb (F)
Dr Katherine Patel (F)
Dr Hana Robert (F)
Dr Anoushka Seegobin (F)
Dr Myles Simpson (M)

Healthcare professionals


Lavaughn Alexander (F)
Olivia Kneafsey (F)
Karen Nicoll (F)
Sasha Tobin (F)

Healthcare Assistants

Eliese Bull (F)
Jibril Mohamed (M)


Sita Popat (F)
Rakesh Vyas (M)

Practice Management

David Whitehead, Practice Manager
Fay Saunders, Deputy Practice Manager
Amy White, Reception Team Supervisor
Kirsty Duff, Admin Team Supervisor

Other Teams

Health Visitors

Telephone: 020 3317 3032

The health visitors are nurses who are specially trained in child, family and public health. All families with children under 5 can contact the health visitors for advice and support by contacting the above number.

District Nurses

Telephone: 020 3317 3400

The district nurses provide nursing care for people who are housebound. They can also give advice and help if you are looking after a friend or relative including loaning nursing equipment if necessary. If you would like further information about this service, please contact the number above.

Community Midwives

Along with the doctors and health visitors, the community midwives offer a full antenatal service including antenatal classes, shared care with the hospital, midwife-led deliveries in the hospital and at home. Midwife appointments are available on a Friday afternoon.
Please note that this option is only for women booked for pregnancy care and delivery at the UCLH hospital.

Interpreting and Advocacy

Interpreting and advocacy can be provided in many other different languages upon request. Please do let us know in advance so that this can be appropriately arranged for you.

Substance Misuse Clinic

We run a twice weekly clinic offering help to those with substance misuse problems registered with the practice. We would encourage you to talk with your GP if you have a drug or alcohol problem as help is readily available.

For the latest Covid-19 advice please visit If you think you may have Covid-19, please do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital. Use the NHS 111 online service at to find out what to do next. Only call 111 if you can’t get help online.

For further information on Coronavirus, please see here.
Please do not contact the practice, your GP or complete an e-consult form about Covid-19 Vaccinations. We are contacting those eligible by text message and following up with a telephone call and letter for those yet to book an appointment.