|Dr Dina Dhorajiwala (f)|
MA MBBS MBA
Qualified from Oxford and London Universities. Dr Dhorajiwala has a special interest in Antenatal care and Women's Health.
|Dr Harry Webb (m)|
BA MBBS DCH DRCOG MRCGP Dip Sport and Exercise Medicine
Qualified from Oxford and London Universities. Dr Webb has a special interest in musculoskeletal medicine. He has worked as a clinical assistant in a hospital Rheumatology clinic, and works currently as a GP with Special Interest in Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal medicine for Haringey TPCT.
|Dr Neemisha Tailor (f)|
Dr Tailor qualified from London University in 2006. She has a diploma in family planning and contraceptive services. She also has a particular interest in dermatology.
|Dr Eleanor Barry (f)|
MBBS BSC MRCP MRCGP
Dr Barry qualified from imperial college in 2009. She has special interest in women's heath and management of long term conditions.
|Dr Sam Ashley (m)|
Dr Ashley qualified in 2014 from the University of Leeds, after living and working in the North of England for 10 years he moved to London to complete his Junior Doctor Training and his in his final year of Mentorship under Dr Dina Dhorajiwala. He particularly enjoys pediatrics as a subspecialty of General Practice.
|Dr Joanna Cowan (f)|
Qualification: MbChB, DRCOG
Joanna qualified from Manchester University in 2010 she currently working as GP training under Dr Harry Webb.
|Dr Carmel Sher (f)|
MBBS, MRCGP, MRCPCH
|Dr Carys Lewis (f)|
Qualifications: MBBS BSc.
Dr Lewis qualified from University College London Medical School, having also gained honours in Medical Sciences with Philosophy. She previously worked in North East London before starting specialty training in General Practice. She has returned to the Vale to complete postgraduate training. She has particular interests in Paediatrics, Women’s Health and teaching.
|Dr Michaela Masojada (f)|
Qualifications: MB, BCh, BAO
Dr Masojada qualified from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland in 2015. She spent the last few years working in Ireland and Australia before returning to London to complete her General Practice training. She has a keen interest in Paediatrics and Women's Health.
|Dr Simon Black (m)|
Dr Black qualified from Barts and The London, having previously done an undergraduate degree in Physiology and Pharmacology at University College London. He has previously worked as a Rheumatology Fellow at the Royal Free Hospital, where he is also now completing his postgraduate training. He has particular interest in general medicine and rheumatology.