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Doctors

Dr Susan Michelmore (f)

MBBS (Newcastle) 1984 DRCOG

Graduated from Newcastle University in 1984. drmichelmore.jpgTrained as a GP in the North East, completing her training in The Elephant and Castle in London before doing Locum GP jobs in South London. Joined the practice in Chobham in 1989. Married with two grown up children. When not at home enjoys the outdoors - walking and dinghy sailing.

Special interests include Family Planning and Women's Health.

Dr Caroline Barker (f)

MBBS (London) 1993 BSc DRCOG MRCGP        

Dr Barker completed a degree in Biological drbarker.jpgSciences before studying medicine at Charing Cross and Westminster Medical school. She completed her GP training in East Surrey, and joined the practice as a part time partner in 1998.

She enjoys all aspects of family medicine, with a particular interest in paediatrics and women's health.

Dr Paul Carty (m)

MBBS (London) 1987 MRCGP 1991

Completed his medical degree at Charing Crossdrcarty.jpg and Westminster in 1987. Following this he completed his vocational training at St Peters. He has worked in the practice as a full time partner since 2004. He is married with two daughters.

His special interests include minor surgery, joint injections and men's health. 

Dr Penny Gilham (f)

MBBS (London) 1985 DRCOG MRCGP

Trained at Kings College in London and qualifieddrgilham.jpg in 1985. Spent a short spell working in Australia before coming a GP partner in South London for 11 years. Moved to Surrey and joined the practice in 2011.

Also works as a GP Appraiser. Has an interest in women's health.

Dr Adriana Pop (f)

MBBS (Equiv) MRCGP                                                                    


Dr Pop completed her GP training at Chobham Adrianaand West End Medical Practice in August 2013; she has worked in other practices locally before returning here in October 2016, initially as an associate and latterly as a partner. She is originally from Romania.


She is interested in all aspects of GP work.


Dr Caroline Willmott (f)

MBChB (Edinburgh) MRCP MRCGP


Dr Willmott originally trained in Edinburgh until CW1995 and then worked in hospital medicine, with an interest in haematology. She worked in Australia before returning to South London to train as a GP. She went with her family to work in Canada for a few years before taking up her position at Chobham & West End Medical Practice in December 2015.


She is interested in all aspects of General Practice medicine.


Dr Sa'adia Bhatti (f)

MBBS (Karachi) 1997 MRCGP                                                           

She carried out her GP training at Ashford and SBSt Peter's Hospital and then in practices in Berkshire, where she worked for a number of years. She joined Chobham and West End Medical Practice in October 2016.

She enjoys all aspects of General Practice with an interest in Dermatology.  

Dr Alison Shine (f)

MBBS (London) 1983 DRCOG MRCGP DFSRH 

Graduated from St George's Hospital, London inalison 1983, completed GP training in Ashford and Richmond 1987. Worked as a GP partner in Surbiton and Esher, and salaried GP in Hampton, before moving to Chobham and West End in November 2016.

Interests - Women's Health (community gynaecology clinic for 9 years) and all aspects of contraception (including coils and implants), HRT; also asthma and respiratory diseases.

Dr Sarah Perrio (f)

BS (London) 2010 BSc MRCGP                                                             

Dr Perrio graduated from St George's UniversitySP3 of London in 2010
and subsequently completed her GP training in Guildford, Surrey.

She has just recently joined Chobham and West End Medical Practice team in November 2017.

She enjoys all aspects of General Practice. 

 
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