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General Practitioners

Dr Ladan Sharifi (Female)
Languages - English, Farsi

Dr Deepa Gangaprasad (Female)

Dr Mona Kabir (Female)

Dr Lakshman Jayanthan (Male)
Languages - English, Tamil

Dr Bianca Potterton (Female)
MBBS, MRCGP, BSC acupuncture
Languages - English

Dr Paul Riley (Male)

Practice Staff

The practice manager, Mrs Sandra Clapham, and her assistant are involved in the non-medical running of the practice. She is in charge of all administrative staff who are available to discuss any suggestions or complaints you may have. Please contact the practice manager via the reception staff.

Practice Nurse

Mary Ajayi & Janine Garner are our practice nurses. They are highly qualified nurses who are trained to carry out extensive tests and procedures. They also work in conjunction with the doctors, running the various health clinics.

You can see our nurses by appointment for such services as:

  • Cervical Smears
  • Childhood immunisations
  • Foreign travel immunisations
  • Wound management (simple/complex)
  • Ear irrigation
  • Routine blood pressure checks
  • 24 hour blood pressure monitoring
  • ECG
  • Chronic disease management
  • Sexual transmitted infection monitoring ( Chlamydia/HVS)
  • General health checks and advice.

Please contact reception for an appointment.

District Nurses

The District Nurses can be contacted on 0333 241 4242.

Health Visitors

The telephone number for Merton Health Visitors is 0330 053 9264 (Mon to Fri 9am - 5pm except Bank Holidays).

Clients can speak to an Health Visitor for support and advice during office hours.

The Reception Team

The receptionists are here to help you. They are fully trained and here to assist you in making appointments, requesting home visits or any other enquiries.


This practice is committed to further education and training of all the staff at the practice. You may see medical students from St George’s Hospital sitting in on consultations or attending home visits. GP registrars, who are in the practice for one year, use a video camera at consultations for training purposes. If occasionally you have any objection to a student sitting in, or the use of a video camera, please let the receptionist or doctor know. Your help and support are greatly appreciated.

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