Staff

Dr Owen Evans BSc (Hons) MBBS

I first graduated in mathematics before deciding on a career change to medicine, qualifying at St Bartholomew’s Medical College, London in 1986. After several years of hospital medicine I joined Chartfield Surgery as a trainee in 1991 and was invited to become a partner in 1992. I have an interest in sports medicine and gained valuable experience as one of the medical team for Wimbledon FC during the time they were in the Premiership. Since 1995 I have been the School Medical Officer for St Paul’s Boys School in Barnes. Special interests: General practice, Sports medicine, Children’s health.

Dr Caroline Oliver MBBS, FRCGP, DRCOG, DCH, DFFP

I was born in Hong Kong and trained at King’s College, London qualifying in 1989.  I completed my training in general practice in 1993 and then spent three years working in Malawi, teaching and working on the Paediatrics, Obstetrics & Gynaecology wards.   I joined Chartfield Surgery in 2000 and have an interest in Women’s Health and Paediatrics.   I became a GP trainer in 2004. I also enjoy teaching medical students from Imperial and King’s.

Dr Fhorkan Uddin MBBS, MRCP, MRCGP, DCH, Dip SEM

I qualified from Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’s medical school in 2000 and am a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners and Physicians, holding diplomas in Sports Medicine and Child Health.  Working in a number of London Teaching Hospitals through my career has provided me with a wealth of experience. I joined Chartfield Surgery in 2011.   Aside from regular surgery duties, my roles include school doctor at St Paul’s School for boys and provision of Gastroenterology community clinics in Kingston Hospital.  I also oversee Foundation doctor training at Chartfield.

Dr Vanessa Rivalland MBBS, MRCGP

I was born in Mauritius, where all my family still lives. My first language is French and I learnt English when I arrived in England in 1986. I studied medicine at Charing Cross and Westminster medical school in London and qualified in 1995. I qualified as a GP in 2003 and have worked at Chartfield Surgery since 2005. I lives in Haslemere with my husband, son and daughter . When not working, I love walking in the countryside and I am an avid reader.

Professor Sonia Saxena MBBS, DipGUM, MSc, MD, FRCGP

I studied at St Bartholomew’s Medical College, London, graduating in 1989. I worked part time as a GP at Chartfield Surgery and combined this with an academic career. I was recently appointed Professor of Primary Care in the faculty of medicine at Imperial College, London. I lead a research programme aimed at improving children’s health. My specific research interests are in preventing childhood infections, reducing childhood obesity and improving the management of childhood illness. I enjoy travelling, cycling, photography and spending time with my family.

Dr Linieta Harper MBBS

I graduated from Otago university in New Zealand in 2002. I have worked in various medical disciplines in New Zealand and the UK before embarking on a career in General Practice. I completed my GP training at Chartfield surgery in 2012 and have been very happy working here ever since. I am enjoying taking part in medical student teaching at the practice and am also a volunteer doctor for the Doctors of the World clinic in East London. Outside of general practice I enjoy spending time with family, travel and lots of running in Richmond park!

Dr Isabel Lomax MBBS, MBChB, MRCGP, DCH, DFRSH

I trained at the University of Edinburgh, graduating in 2008, and then moved down to the London area when I started working to be nearer my family. I have worked as a junior doctor and GP trainee in the South London area since. I started working at Chartfield in 2012 as a GP Registrar, and have continued to work here as a salaried GP since. Outside medicine I enjoy cooking, travel, walking and board games! Special interests: General practice, Paediatrics, family planning, sexual health, coil fitting and contraceptive implants.

Dr Ross Perry MBBS

I qualified at Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital Medical School in 1994 and have since pursued General Practice and minor skin operations.

Dr Sadiya Ayaz BSc (Hons), MBBS, MRCGP, DFSRH

I was born in Tanzania and spent part of my childhood living in Tuvalu, a small Island State of the South Pacific. I completed my education in the U.K and graduated from St George’s Medical School, London, in 2006. I qualified as a GP in 2012 and have been working at Chartfield since 2013. I also work at the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability in Putney. I am a Board Member of the RCGP South London Faculty and Committee Member of the FSRH. I am also an Editorial Advisor for the Diabetes Research and Wellness Foundation, U.K. I have an interest in women’s health and medical education. I undertake coil and implant fittings and am also involved in undergraduate medical student teaching at the Practice. I am currently working towards a Postgraduate Certificate for Teachers in Primary Care. I enjoy travelling, writing short stories and am just starting my own medical blog!

Dr Chloe Ho

I qualified from St Georges University of London in 2012. I trained as a junior doctor in Central/north London and completed my GP training in Tower Hamlets before moving to South west London.  I joined Chartfield Surgery in 2018 and have a special interest in Women’s Health. In my spare time I enjoy yoga, cycling and eating out!

Dr Faye Tate MBChB, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH

I studied medicine at the University of Edinburgh, and then worked for two years in rural Stirlingshire as a junior doctor. In 2010 I moved to London to start GP training which I completed in Bromley, Kent. Since qualifying as a GP I worked at Kings College Hospital Urgent Care Centre, and in Vauxhall, before joining the Chartfield team in September 2015. I have a particular interest in Elderly Care medicine and women’s health. In my spare time I enjoy open water swimming and cycling.

Soraya Dizia Dip PCM AMSPAR (Managing Partner)

I joined Chartfield Surgery in 2002. Prior to joining the Chartfield team, I worked as a senior administrator and Practice Manager for a large Surgery in Surrey. I continue to enjoy working in General Practice finding the challenges of leading a team motivating and fun.  In 2006, as part of a diploma study, I completed a project on the healthcare of young people in Primary Care, making recommendations and changes to the way we provide services for this group of patients at our practice. My interests include playing the piano, Art history, European literature, poetry and jogging. In my spare time I am studying for a Bachelor of Arts degree in Humanities.

Mary Conroy RGN Specialist practitioner in General Practice and Accident & Emergency Nursing

Practice Nursing is my work and passion, I began my nursing career many moons ago. I trained at Hillingdon Hospital Middlesex (in the good old days of those amazing hats!). I qualified in 1979 and following this I travelled and worked in Canada. Upon my return to the UK I undertook a post-graduate training post in Accident & Emergency Nursing and in 1983 I took up a post as Sister in Kingston Hospital A&E department where I stayed for 4 years. I then worked for Marks & Spencers as Occupational Health Nurse in one of their large London stores. However, it all changed for me in 1990 when I started Practice nursing, to date I have 26 years of experience in General Practice. I have been with Chartfield Surgery since 2003. Every day brings new challenges but the great work that is accomplished is testament to the commitment of the primary health care multidisciplinary team.

Nursing Team

Mary Conroy – Senior Practice Nurse

Yvonne Johnson – Healthcare Assistant

Other Clinical

Dr Hassan Sheikh

Reception

Nicky Masterson – Senior Receptionist

Komal Hadi

Carly Abdul

Eliza Siwak

 Kris Rosalem 

Administration

Dr Elizabeth Tofts

Sue Collins

Abdishakuur Yusuf

Ithihad Mushrat

Finance and Office Manager

Olga Gad

Secretary

Marian McDonagh