Salaried GPs and GP Registrars

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Members of the team are:

Salaried GPs

Our salaried GPs compliment the GP Principals with their own clinical interests, expanding the skill mix of the team. They work a dedicated number of sessions a work, offering continuity of care to our patients.

Dr Elsa Gubert (f)

MRCGP (2012), MBBS (2006), DRCOG, DFSRH

Dr Elsa Gubert joined the Cloister Rd team in 2013.

She developed a special interest in diabetes while working on a self management website for patients with type 2 diabetes (www.help-diabetes.org.uk, Ucl, 2011-2012).
Dr Gubert has also worked in family planning clinics since 2012 and is passionate about women’s health.

She speaks French, German and Italian. In 2017, she completed makaton core vocabulary training and uses makaton with her two young children.

If you can spare a few moments, please do leave Dr Gubert a review here so that she can reflect on your experience and learn from it.


Special interests:

Family planning and women’s health, diabetes, end of life care, medical education.


Dr Anna Paul (f)

MRCGP, MBChB (2004), DipPalMed, DFSRH

Dr Anna Paul has been part of the team at Cloister Road since 2013.

She studied medicine at Leeds University qualifying in 2004 with a distinction in Personal and Professional development.

Dr Paul extended her training to work in Australia for 2 years specializing in emergency medicine for a year, and then inpatient and community palliative care. She qualified in general practice in 2010.

She has a keen interest in general medicine, health, wellbeing and prevention, and palliative care. All of which evidence Dr Paul’s belief in the active holistic care of all patients including those with advanced progressive illness.

She works part time around two children and enjoys running and Pilates.

Special interests:
General medicine, health, wellbeing and prevention, palliative care


Dr Aradhika Dhawan (f)

MRCGP, MBBS (1996)

Dr.Aradhika Dhawan has been at Cloister Road Surgery since 2010.

She studied at Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore and moved to the UK in 2000.

Dr Dhawan started a family and took time off to raise her children. She qualified as a GP in 2008.

She has a keen interest in general medicine, preventative and lifestyle medicine, mental health and dermatology.

She works part time around 3 children and a dog.
She enjoys pilates, yoga and strength training.

 

 


Dr Anjali Chakraborty (f)

MRCGP (2012), MBBS (2008), BSc (h) (2002), DCH, DRCOG

Dr. Anjali Chakraborty joined the Cloister Road Team in June 2017. She is currently on maternity leave.

Originally from Canada, she completed a degree in Life Science and Psychology with Honours in 2002 before studying medicine at Imperial College and graduating with Merit in 2008. She completed her GP training in 2012 with the Hillingdon scheme and has worked around West London and Hertfordshire since that time. She has a particular interest in Women and Children’s health and is passionate about working with patients to support and empower health and wellbeing – both mental and physical.

She has completed a clinical fellowship in Paediatrics; working with the local CCG to support robust and continuous care for children in a hospital and community setting. Currently, she is the lead GP for the Community Education Providers Network (CEPN) in Ealing and is working to develop and deliver ongoing training and support for all clinical and nonclinical staff working in General Practice.

Dr Chakraborty currently works part time at this surgery. She enjoys travelling, reading, healthy living and is a dedicated yoga practitioner.


Dr Shanker Vijayadeva (m)

MRCGP (2004), MBBS (2000)

Dr Shanker Vijay was born and grew up in North West London. He graduated from University College London Medical School in 2000 and became a GP in 2004.

Currently he has two main roles:
1) Clinical role as a Sessional GP (mainly at Cloister Road Surgery from Jan 2018) and
2) Management role as a GP Lead for Ealing Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).

Dr Vijay has worked in a variety of GP Practices across London, but mainly in Ealing and Harrow. This has included long periods at Barnabas Medical Centre and Hillview Surgery in Ealing.

If you can spare a few moments, please do leave Dr Vijay a review at http://iwgc.net/eftdw so that he can reflect on your experience and aim to constantly improve. Your reviews will also be discussed as part of his annual appraisal as a doctor. Dr Vijay endeavours to respond to every review if he can.


Dr Duncan Shrewsbury

MRCGP, DCH, DRCOG, MSc, MBChB, BMedSC (Neuro)

Dr Duncan Shrewsbury joined the Cloister Road team in 2018. He did his initial medical training at Birmingham, before embarking on foundation in the West Midlands. He completed his GP training in Worcestershire, and has developed special interests in women’s health (and is able to fit pessaries), child health, minor surgery and mental health.

Duncan works at Cloister Road surgery part time (usually on Mondays and Tuesdays), and is a senior lecturer in general practice at a medical school the rest of the time. In this role, he teaches medical students and conducts research.

 

 


GP Registrars

We are currently a training practice. We have one GP trainer supporting the Vocational Training Schemes for registrars to practice in GP settings.

Dr Sean Morris (m)

MBChB BSc (Hons)

Dr Morris joined the Cloister Rd surgery in August 2017 after four years working in the surrounding hospitals of North West London.

He trained at the University of Bristol and graduated with merit in 2013. Dr Morris undertook an additional degree in Cancer Biology in 2010 and has maintained an interest in this field. He has an interest in Care of the Elderly and has published research into the link between Down Syndrome and Alzheimer’s Disease https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/20930275/

Dr Morris has been actively involved in the medical school admissions process and has previously undertaken work with the Sutton Trust aimed at widening participation. He maintains his links with the widening access to medicine programme at the University of Bristol.

Dr Morris also has a keen interest in the organisation of NHS services in Northwest London and participates with local community groups focussed in this area.