DOCTORS

Dr Caroline Oliver

Dr Caroline Oliver

GP Partner

Interests - Paediatrics, Women's Health, Medical Education

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Dr Fhorkan Uddin

GP Partner

Interests - Minor Surgery, Musculoskeletal, 

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Dr Linieta Harper

Associate GP

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Dr Ross Perry

Associate GP

Interests - Dermatology, Minor Operations

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Prof Sonia Saxena

Associate GP

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Dr Chloe Ho

Associate GP

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Dr Siobhan Carver

Associate GP

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Dr Vanessa Rivalland

GP Partner

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Dr Sadiya Ayaz

Associate GP

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Dr Isabel Lomax

Associate GP

Interests - Sexual Health

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Dr Iram Sattar

Associate GP

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Dr Faye Tate

Associate GP

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Dr Soheil Matiny-Boroumand

Associate GP

Practice Diabetes Lead

When you have a consultation at Chartfield, you may be seen by one of our regular GPs, by a GP who is a locum (contracted for a certain number of hours), or by a GP who is undergoing training. Our GP trainees are qualified doctors who are undertaking part of their Foundation (FY) or Specialist Training (ST) years at the Surgery. They are fully qualified to treat you. 

 

We are a training practice, accredited by the London Deanery to teach doctors who are undertaking their General Practice specialist training. Registrars and Foundation doctors are fully qualified and practice under the supervision of Dr Oliver, Dr Rivalland, Dr Uddin and Dr Ayaz.  Registrars in General Practice are our GPs of the future. Prospective GPs now spend a minimum of five years in training following graduation from University, in both hospital and general practice medicine, before becoming fully qualified GPs. We have a long tradition of teaching medical students from Imperial College and King's College London.