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Please note that all patients in the practice are allocated to a Named GP. This is following guidelines from the Department of Health. Although it is preferable to try and maintain some continuity with seeing the same GP for an existing medical condition, this does not stop you from seeing any GP within the practice.

If you currently have a repeat medication on prescription, your named GP will be printed on your repeat medication order form. If you are still unsure as to whom your Named GP is, please ask at the reception desk, or speak to a GP/nurse at your next appointment


Dr Daniel Moore (m)

MBChB (Manchester) 1990, MRCGP 1996, LLM, GC

In surgery: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Dr Nicholas Tan (m)

MBBS (London) 1998, BSc (Hons), DRCOG, DFFP, GC

In surgery: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and alternate Fridays.

Dr Caroline Baker (f)

MBBS (London) 1998, DRCOG, DFFP, PGCertNutMed, GC

In surgery: Tuesday, Wednesday afternoon, and Fridays.

Dr Gaurav Gupta (m)

MBBS, DCH, MRCGP (Merit London 2007), GC

In surgery: Monday.

Dr Lincy George (f)


In surgery: Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday.

Dr Daniel Titterton (m)

MBBCh, DipOccMed, GC

In surgery: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Fridays.

Dr Caroline Rickard (f)

MBChB (Leicester) 2004, DCH, MRCGP 2012, GC

In surgery: Monday morning, and Wednesday.

Dr Garry Smith (m)

BM (Southampton) 1998, GC

In surgery: Alternate Tuesdays, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Dr Clare Battisti (f)

MBBS 2010, BSc, MRCGP 2016, GC

In surgery: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

Dr Gregor Stern (m)

State Exam Med, PhD, MRCP, DRCOG, MRCGP (2006), PG Cert SLMed

In surgery: Tuesday, and Wednesday.

Dr Daniel Wheeler (m)

MA (Cantab), MB, BChir, MRCGP 2018, GC

In surgery: Tuesday afternoon, Wednesday and Thursday morning.

Dr Tamara Common (f)

Dr Common is one of our GP Registrars

In surgery: Monday PM, Tuesday, Wednesday AM and Thursdays.

Dr Obinna Ede (m)

Dr Ede is one of our GP Registrars

In surgery: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday AM and Thursday

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