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Doctors

Principals

Dr D W Holwell (m)

Dr Holwell

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

Dr S R Fisher (m)

Dr Fisher

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

Dr M T Jahangir (m)

Dr Jahangir

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

Dr C P M King (f)

Dr King

MB BS Royal Free Hospital (1994) 

Dr A Ergene (f)

Dr Ergene

MD (Istanbul) 1993 Dip Fam Med MRCGP

Dr T Loganathan (m)

Dr Logan

MBBS MRCGP DFFP University of Jaffina (1994)

Dr J Rattan (f)

Dr Rattan

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

Dr J Raphael (m)

Dr Raphael

MBBS DRCOG DCH MRCGP Dip Pall Med ALTS MSc Pain Management 

Dr S Jethwa (f)

Dr Jethwa

BSc MBBS DRCOG MRCGP  

Dr E Jende (f)

Dr Jende

MBChB, MRCGP, DFSRH University of Leicester (2006)

Dr I Wolff (f)

Dr Wolff

MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH  University of Giesen (2000)

Dr P Bugden (f)

Dr Bugden

MA (Cantab), MBBS, MRCGP, DCH, DRCOG

Dr S Khan (m)

Dr Khan

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

Dr R Shah (f)

 MRCGP, DFSRH, Certification in Palliative Care Medicine

Non Principals

Dr D Potiphar (m)

Dr Potiphar

MBChB DRCOG MRCGP Liverpool University Medical School (1993)

Dr L Sherrington (f)

Dr Sherrington

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

Dr S Slator (f)

Dr Slator

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. GP Registrars are fully qualified, experienced doctors who are completing a further 3 years specialist training in order to become a GP.

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

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