Lavender Hill Group Practice, 19 Pountney Road, Battersea, London, SW11 5TUTel: 020 7924 4413
MA 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
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.
Thursday - pm
Friday - am
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.
Wednesday - am & pm
MBBS MRCGP Dip Derm. Dip Family Prac.
Dow Medical College
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.
Tuesday - am
Friday - am & pm
MBChB BSC(Hons) MRCGP DFSRH
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
MBBS BSC (Hons) MRCGP
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.
Thursday - am & pm
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
BSc MBBS MRCGP
Dr Dickinson grew up in Battersea and was a patient at the practice when she was a child!
She has experience in emergency medicine and enjoys looking after older people.
Here is a timetable showing when Dr Dickinson is available in the surgery.
Monday - am & pm
Tuesday - am & pm
King's College London
Registered in 2012
Dr Colley is a GP registrar with Dr Lucas as her tutor.
Barts and the London Hospitals
Dr Williams is doing her GP training with Dr Kroll
Dr Lang is a GP Registrar training with Dr Zuberi.
Lindsey joined us in 2010 having previously been a cardiac specialist nurse at St Georges Hospital. She is enjoying the full range of practice nursing. Her special interest is in Health Promotion, including smoking cessation and she is the lead nurse for sexual health and child immunisation in the practice.
Tina is now a trained nurse and is currently doing her further practice nurse training. She Has special responsibility for Asthma and COPD checks and INR testing for those taking warfarin.
Sam is an experienced practice nurse who joined us in 2015. She is the lead nurse for diabetes and does some joint clinics with the visiting diabetes specialist nurse.
Victoria offers new patient checks, blood testing, and routine chronic disease review checks. She is a trained smoking counsellor and they assists at coil fittings.
She assists with minor surgery and can remove stitches.
Nargis is our practice manager. She is responsible for the smooth running of the practice behind the scenes. She is in charge of personnel and manages the surgery building. She is the first port of call for any concerns or complaints about the practice, for which we have the standard in-house complaints procedure. She also services our patient participation group and is keen to hear your ideas.
Joanna is one of senior receptionists.
Victoria, aka Vicky, one our Senior receptionists, is now a trained phlebotomist, so she can take blood. She organises the appointments for people taking medication that requires regular blood monitoring. She also assists at coil fittings and minor surgery.
The receptionists answer the telephone, help you at the reception desk and perform many administrative tasks dealing with registrations, records, forms, letters and prescriptions. They are very busy on the telephone in the first part of the morning, so you may need to be a little patient till your turn comes.
The District Nurses also work from Stormont Clinic. Their telephone number is 020 8812 5700.
They offer nursing care to housebound people and work alongside the community matron, the community ward GPs, the intermediate care team and the Trinity Hospice palliative care team.
The Health Visitors work from Antrim House, 5-11 Stormont Road, just over Lavender Hill from the Surgery. Their telephone number is 020 8812 5735.
They have a drop-in baby clinic on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons, 1-3pm, at Stormont Clinic. They offer practical support where needed for families with children up to five years old, and offer routine developmental checks by appointment.
Denise Clarke-Campbell and her colleagues work with the Psychological Therapies and Wellbeing Service (PTWbS) - Wandsworth.
The service is within GP practices in Wandsworth for people suffering from common mental health problems. The team provides individual psychological therapies for up to 12 sessions for anxiety, depression, post traumatic stress disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), eating disorders and relationship difficulties.
If you come to your GP with problems that can be helped by this service you can be referred to them. You can also refer yourself by ringing 0203 513 6264. They have a website, http://www.wandsworthiapt.nhs.uk, do have a look as you can also refer yourself online from the site.
Armi Raghuvani is our addiction counsellor
She comes to do a weekly clinic, working closely with Dr Henrietta Brook, to help patients with problems of substance misuse. She can work to reduce harms from street drugs and alcohol, provide substitute opiates on prescription and can also help people who want to cut down their use of tranquillisers.
Diabetes Nurse Specialist
We have a visiting Diabetes Nurse specialist who attends monthly diabetic clinics in the practice and can follow up patients individually. She is involved in diabetes education for patients at St John's clinic. She is invaluable at helping patients get onto insulin treatment and control their diabetes better.
We have a physiotherapist from St Johns clinic who comes to treat our patients on Tuesdays and Fridays. Each Physiotherapist is attached to us for six months.
The service is for adults with musculoskeletal problems.
We have the services of a community dietician who does a monthly clinic.
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