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Dr Penny Bugden has been appointed a partner from 1 January 2018.  Dr Bugden and Dr Steve Fisher will work together to provide care for a shared list of patients.  Dr Fisher will be working on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings and Dr Bugden will be working all day Mondays, Wednesday afternoons and all day Thursdays.


Dr Bugden MBBS 2004 MRCGP 


Dr Bugden joined the practice in 2015 and is delighted to join the partnership.  After growing up in Sussex, she completed medical training at Cambridge University and Imperial College School of Medicine.  Following this, Dr Bugden trained and worked as a GP in South West London.  Dr Bugden has a special interest in Women's Health.  She looks forward to meeting her new patients.  





Our Doctors



Dr D W Holwell (m)

MB BS MRCGP DRCOG BSc Charing Cross Hospital Medical School (1986)

Dr S R Fisher (m)

MB BS DRCOG MRCGP DFSRH PG Cert Adult Ed DFP Guy's Hospital Medical School (1985)

Dr M T Jahangir (m)

MB BS DRCOG DFFP MRCGP St George's Hospital Medical School (1993)

Dr C P M King (f)

MB BS Royal Free Hospital (1994) 

Dr T Loganathan (m)

MBBS MRCGP DFFP University of Jaffina (1994)

Dr J Rattan (f)

BSc MBBS DOHNS nMRCGP Dip Occ Med Kings College London (2006)

Dr A Ergene (f)

MD (Istanbul) 1993 Dip Fam Med MRCGP

Dr J Raphael (m)

MBBS DRCOG DCH MRCGP Dip Pall Med ALTS MSc Pain Management 

Dr S Jethwa (f)


Dr E Jende (f)

MBChB, MRCGP, DFSRH University of Leicester (2006)

Dr I Wolff (f)

MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH  University of Giesen (2000)

Dr P Bugden (f)


Dr R Shah (f)

Non Principals

Dr S Khan (m)

BSc., MB BS, MRCGP Royal Free & University College London Medical School (2011)

Dr D Potiphar (m)

MBChB DRCOG MRCGP Liverpool University Medical School (1993)

Dr L Sherrington (f)

BSc., MBChB DRCOG, DFFP, MRCGP Leeds University (1993) (1995) 

Dr S Slator (f)

BSc., MB BS, MRCGP Royal Free & University College London Medical School (2005) 

Teaching & Training

Park Surgery is a training practice which means that we often have Registrars working in the surgery who are fully qualified doctors preparing to be GPs.

Occasionally we also have final year medical students. The patient's consent is asked for before students observe any consultations.

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