Dr Mohammad Tahir
MBBS DGM DRCOG DCH DFFP MRCGP PGCert
Dr Mohammad Tahir has been a Director since 2004 and leads on Quality Improvement, IT and Research for AT Medics. He qualified in 1999 from St. Georges, University of London and has significant experience in leading and delivering highly successful services and transformations in extremely challenging situations. He is the Clinical Director of the North West London Whole Systems Integrated Care Programme. He is an experienced GP specialist trainer for the London Specialty School of General Practice and has successfully mentored both GPs and GP "trainees in difficulty". He is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the University of Surrey (Healthcare Management & Policy) and a Health Foundation Quality Improvement Fellow. He is also Faculty Honorary Secretary for the North West London RCGP Faculty.
Dr Sonali Mukherjee-Bose
GP & GP Trainer | MBBS MRCP(UK & London) MRCGP PG Cert Clin Ed
Dr Mukherjee-Bose qualified from Charing Cross And Westminster Medical School (Imperial School of Medicine) in 1993 and has worked as a Physician within London for 17 years. A highly experienced GP, she also worked as a Specialty Doctor in Diabetes in a West London Hospital for 10 years. (MRCP attained 2004). Dr Mukherjee-Bose is also an accredited trainer for the London Deanery. Her main areas of interest are General Medicine (in particular diabetes, rheumatology and endocrinology), Paediatrics and Teaching. She is much attuned to the vicinity having been schooled in Hammersmith, lived in Notting Hill Gate as a medical student and worked on Fulham Road as a GP. An artist by nature, she is passionate about delivering high standards of clinical care.
Dr Adam Jordan
Dr Mike Ehima
Dr Bhakti Gajjar
Dr Yanna Argiriov
Foundation Year 2 Doctor
Dr Louisa White
Foundation Year 2 Doctor
Clinical Pharmacists are increasingly working as part of the GP team. They are highly qualified experts in medicines and can help people in a range of ways. This includes carrying out medication reviews for patients with ongoing health problems and improving patient safety, outcomes and value through a person-centred approach.
Lead Nurse NWL
Sandy England is a Practice Nurse. Sandy studied Adult Nursing at Thames Valley University (now the University of West London) and after qualifying worked in A&E at St. Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, which is the major trauma centre for North West London. Sandy has also worked in Paediatrics at St. Mary’s Hospital and recently successfully completed the Imperial College Healthcare Trust Internship in Nursing Practice and Development.