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Doctors

Dr Catherine Kroll (f)



Dr Kroll imageMA MBBS MRCP MRCGP

Oxford University and Middlesex Hospital

Registered in 1979

Dr. Kroll joined the practice in 1983. She has 2 grown up children, and works six sessions a week in the practice. She is a GP Trainer. She has a special interest in Women's Health and offers the full range of family planning services, including coil and implant fitting.

She also specialises in dermatology and offers minor surgery every Tuesday morning. She prescribes Roaccutane for Acne. She does joint injections. She can provide consultations in French, if pressed. She also is the lead partner in practice computing, never happier than when tinkering with the practice system. She has been responsible for this practice website.

Here is a timetable showing when Dr. Kroll is available in the surgery.

Monday - am & pm

Tuesday - am & pm

Wednesday - am

Thursday - am

Friday -

Dr Jeremy Gray (m)

MA MRCP MRCGP DGM

Cambridge University and The London Hospital

Registered in 1986

Jeremy Gray  joined the practice in 1993 and has been a partner for 23 years now (2016). He works seven clinical sessions a week

His special interests include: Prevention of heart disease through the management of risk factors such as elevated cholesterol and blood pressure, Rheumatological conditions (he is currently attached to the rheumatology clinic at St Georges Hospital): Rectal and inflammatory gastroenterology conditions (He offers a rectal clinic on Thursday afternoons which may save you a visit to the hospital for the management of bleeding and painful rectal conditions) . Children’s’ mental health for example autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) and ADHD – in both children and adults

He is also trained to inject joints and to perform minor surgery. He has recently finished an attachment to the over-weight clinic, also at St Georges.

Here is a timetable showing when Dr. Gray is available in the surgery.

Monday - am

Tuesday – pm

Wednesday - pm

Thursday - am & pm

Friday - am & alternate pms

Dr Helen Lucas (f)

BA MBBS DRCOG MRCGP

Durham University and Newcastle Medical School

Registered in 1993

Dr Lucas joined the practice in 1999, having gained a degree in English before training to be a doctor. She works seven sessions a week in the practice and is a GP Trainer. Her special interests include mental health, minor surgery and she provides the full range of family planning including coil fitting. She supervises anticoagulation monitoring at the practice. She has an MA in medical ethics and sits on a local ethics committee. She helps with staff management.

Here is a timetable showing when Dr Lucas is available in the surgery.

Monday - am & pm

Tuesday - am & pm

Wednesday - am

Thursday - pm

Friday - am

Dr Henrietta Brook (f)

MA MBBChir MRCP MRCGP

Cambridge University and King's College Hospital

Registered in 1992

Dr Brook joined the practice in 1999. She works three sessions a week in the practice, and has three children. Her special interests include General Medicine and Paediatrics. She is knowledgable about Ophthalmology, as her husband is a professor at Moorfields Eye Hospital. She works with our addiction counsellor on Substance Misuse. She is responsible for staff management.

Here is a timetable showing when Dr Brook is available in the surgery.

Monday -

Tuesday - am & pm

Wednesday - am & pm

Thursday - am

Friday -

Dr Tahira Zuberi (f)

MBBS MRCGP Dip Derm. Dip Family Prac.

Dow Medical College

Registered 1994

Dr Zuberi joined the practice in August 2009. She has two children. She trained in Pakistan, has previously worked in Singapore and at the Royal Hospital for Neurodisability. She is a GP trainer. She has particular interests in dermatology, medicine and paediatrics. 

Here is a timetable showing when Dr Zuberi is available in the surgery.

Monday -

Tuesday - am

Wednesday - am & pm

Thursday - am

Friday - am & pm

Dr Owen Carter (m)

MBChB BSC(Hons) MRCGP DFSRH 

Warwick University

Registered 2007 

Dr Carter joined us as a salaried GP in January 2015, having previously completed his GP training at Lavender Hill and became a partner in 2017.

He has special interests in cancer, neurology, men's health, and can fit and remove contraceptive implants.  He is joint IT lead for the practice. He is the Cancer Commissioning Lead for Wandsworth CCG and the Macmillan GP Facilitator for Wandsworth and is a member of the Primary Care Neurology Society. He is responsible for nurse management in the practice.

Here is a timetable showing when Dr Carter is available in the surgery.

Monday - no clinic

Tuesday - am & pm

Wednesday - am & pm

Thursday - pm

Friday - am & pm

Dr Alexander Gill (m)

MBBS BSC (Hons) MRCGP

Edinburgh University 

Registered in 2008 

Dr Gill joined us in September 2015 after completing GP training with Dr Kroll. He is interested in the full range of general practice, men's health and in developing minor surgery.

Here is a timetable showing when Dr Gill will be available in the surgery. 

Monday -

Tuesday-

Wednesday - am & pm

Thursday - am & pm

Friday - am & pm

Dr Beth James (f)

MBBS MRCGP

Hull York medical School

Registered in 2009

Dr James joined us in 2017 She has a special interest in Diabetes and Care of the Elderly

Here is a timetable showing when Dr James is available in the surgery

Monday am & pm

Tuesday am & pm

Wednesday am & pm

Thursday am

Friday -

Dr Jennifer Williams (f)

Jennifer WilliamsMBBS MRCP

Newcastle University

Registered 2012

Dr Williams is a GP registrar with Dr Zuberi as her tutor.

Dr Cecilia Murphy (f)

pictureMBBS BSC

Imperial College London

Registered in 2011

Dr Murphy is in her final stage of GP training, with Dr Kroll

Here is a timetable showing when Dr Murphy is available in the surgery

Tuesday am & pm

Friday am & pm

Dr Hannah Colley (f)

Hannah ColleyMBBS BSC

King's College London

Registered in 2012

Dr Colley is a GP registrar with Dr Lucas as her tutor.

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