|Dr G McFarlane (f)|
BSc (Pharm), MR Pharm Soc, MBBS, MRCGP, DCH, DFFP, DRCOG London 1995 (GP Partner )
"I qualified in Pharmacy from Brighton University in 1989 and medicine from St Bartholomew's Hospital in 1995. I spent my medical elective in 1994 in Australia with the flying doctors. Since qualifying I have had experience in A&E and orthopaedic medicine prior to joining the practice in April 2001."
|Dr V Bortey (m)|
MBBS, MRCGP (GP Partner)
I graduated from St George’s Hospital Medical School in 2006 and worked as a doctor in various specialties including cardiology, orthopaedics, A&E and genito-urinary medicine over the years. I qualified as a GP in August 2013 and have been working at SMC since. In my spare time, I play basketball to keep fit and help stay relaxed.
|Dr Steed (f)|
MBChB, DFSRH, MRCGP, DCH
Originally from Hertfordshire, I graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2009 before completing my GP training with the South Birmingham VTS scheme in 2014. I then moved to London where I worked at an inner city practice for just over a year until joining Studholme in January 2016. I have diplomas in child health and family planning and have interests in sexual health and mental health.
|Dr P Tharamarajah (m)|
MBBS, MRCGP, MRCS (Ed), DRCOG, DGM, DCH, MD
I graduated from St. George’s Hospital Medical School in 1996 and worked in the hospital emergency and surgical specialities. I completed my GP training in Derby and joined Studholme in April 2016.
|Dr C Mathew (m)|
MBChB, BMedSci, MRCGP
I qualified from Sheffield Medical School in 2008, after my foundation years I joined the Windsor VTS scheme to complete my training in General Practice. During my training I worked in various specialities including, Cardiology, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Accident and Emergency, Paediatrics and General Practice. I worked as a GP in the Slough area for 4 years and joined Studholme Medical Centre in May 2016.
|Dr C Hodges (f)|
BSc, MBBS, MA, MRCGP (2012), DCH
I completed a 3 year pre-clinical medical degree at Oxford University before moving to UCLH where I continued my studies and graduated in 2007. I undertook my GP training at St Mary's Hospital and since then have worked in central London as a salaried GP before moving to Studholme Medical Centre in September 2016. I have a diploma in child's health and an interest in mental health.
|Dr L Norman (f)|
BSc, BM, MRCGP.
I trained in Southampton and qualified in 2008. I worked as a junior doctor in Southampton and Bournemouth Hospitals and then Tunbridge Wells Hospital in Kent in specialties such as A and E, Medicine, Colorectal surgery and Urology. I then started the Tunbridge Wells GP training scheme and worked in ENT, Paediatrics and Obs and Gynae and qualified as a GP in 2015. I worked in a practice in Tunbridge Wells and I recently moved to St Margarets, Twickenham and hence started my job at SMC. I have a keen interest in sport and like to run in my spare time.
|Dr J Guo (f)|
MBBS, MRCGP, DRCOG
I started medicine as a Paediatrician before becoming a GP in 2011. I enjoy all aspects of general practice including family planning.
|Dr B Chawla (f)|
MBBS, Msc, MRCGP
I trained in Hull York Medical School and graduated in 2011. Following my foundation years I studied at Queen Mary, University of London and completed a Msc in clinical drug development. I joined the Brighton VTS scheme to complete my GP training and then joined Studholme Medical Centre.
|Dr N Bains (f)|
BSc, MBBS, DRCOG, MRCGP
I trained at St. George’s Hospital Medical School in London and qualified in 2011. I spent my junior doctor years working in London before moving to Hampshire to undertake my GP training.
During my training, I have worked in various specialities, including A &E, Orthopaedics, General Practice, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Oncology and Psychiatry. After completing my GP training, I re-located to be closer to my family and joined Studholme Medical Centre.I have a diploma in women’s health but enjoy many aspects of General Practice.
|Dr L Covell (m)|
MBBS MRCGP DRCOG BSc
I qualified as a doctor from Charing Cross & Westminster Medical School in 2002 and worked as a hospital doctor until 2006 including a 1yr at Ashford Hospital. I then spent 2yrs on the Northwick Park GP training scheme before working for 2yrs as a GP in Hampton. I then spent 7 months working at St Lukes Hospice in Kenton before returning to GP at a practice in Notting Hill.
My clinical interests are Palliative Care, Mens Health and Respiratory Disease. I enjoy travel, art exhibitions and gardening as well as volunteering as a rehoming coordinator and trustee for a local animal charity