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Dr Roland W Fry (m)
MB BS LRCP MRCS DRCOG (Charing Cross 1977) Is the Senior Partner.He is a GP Trainer with a special interest in chest medicine.
Dr Hasib Ur-Rub (m)

BM DCH MRCGP (Southampton 1984) His special interests are in ENT, sports injuries and Information Technology and its application to General Practice. He has an interest in Teaching in Primary care and is a GP trainer.

He is also Chairman of Bromley GP Alliance Ltd, a collaboration of 80% of GP Practices in Bromley.

Dr Andrew F Parson (m)

MB ChB DRCOG MRCGP (Liverpool 1988) His special expertise is in diabetes and he is responsible for the practice's diabetic clinic. He is also Chair of Bromley Clinical Commissioning Group.

Dr Meena Kharade (f)

MB BCh MRCGP (Wales 1988) She works on Mondays, Wednesdays & Friday morning sharing her job with Dr Jegatheeswaran. Her interests are in women's health.

Dr David J Strange (m)
MB BS BSc DRCOG MRCGP (Kings College 1991)
His area of expertise is in Cardiology and the management of Hypertension. He also teaches medical students.
Dr Viral Tanna (m)
MB BS MRCGP DRCOG DFFP (Guys 1989) He is interested in all aspects of general practice witha particular interest in sports injuries. He is also involved in training medical students.
Dr Vijitha Jegatheeswaran (f)

Imperial College London (2006). Joined the Practice in April 2014. She will be working Tuesday & Friday all day and Thursday morning.

Dr Maxim Yau (f)

MBChB BSc MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH Warwick (2004). Will be joining the Practice in January 2016 working all day Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday morning.

Dr Presheena Howell (f)
University College London (2009) Is our salaried GP. She works Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.  
Dr Ruth Tinson (f)


Joined the Practice in May 2012. She deputises for Dr A Parson on Thursdays.

Dr Caroline Kelly (f)

will be covering Dr Vijitha Jegatheeswaran while she is away on maternity leave from 12 January 2016

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