|Dr Hilary King (f)|
Partner MBBS (London) 1983 DFSRH FRCGP GMC 2597258
I followed in my father and uncle’s footsteps in choosing a career in medicine, and completed my training at Charing Cross Hospital Medical School in 1982. I have worked in north West London since that time, acquiring the skills needed for general practice in child health, gynaecology, psychiatry and general medicine, joining this practice in 1990. I have been a GP trainer, and a tutor in department of primary care at the Imperial College School of medicine, and continue to enjoy both, as well as developing specialist skills in minor surgery, contraceptive devices and implants, and diabetes. I represent local GPs to the primary care trust and am involved in the organisation and provision of out of hours primary care.
I have 2 children, who have almost now left home, and live close enough so that I can cycle to work. I enjoy the outdoors, reading, theatre and film, when there is time!
|Dr Caroline Stott (f)|
Partner BM BS (Nottingham) 1989 FRCGP GMC 3312142
After qualifying from the University of Nottingham Medical School in 1989, I moved to Winchester and then to London to embark on my GP training. I joined the practice in 1994, initially as a locum, before eventually becoming a partner in 1998.
I have a particular interest in prescribing and mental health and I am also the visiting doctor for a local nursing home. I am a GP trainer and also enjoy teaching medical students in the practice.
When I have time, I love to participate in sport. <
|Dr Maria Pankhurst (f)|
Partner MBBS (London) 1996 DRCOG DCH MRCGP GMC 4311331
I qualified from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School in 1996. After completing my house jobs I joined the St Mary's GP training scheme and subsequently Emperor's Gate as a GP registrar. Following which, I worked locally as a GP locum, returning to Emperor's Gate in 2003 as a partner. I am a gp trainer on the local riverside training scheme and greatly enjoy learning through teaching. I live in West London with my husband and 2 children who are bilingual in Spanish. We love family bike rides and battling the weeds and slugs on our allotment. We enjoy returning to Cantabria in North Spain each summer to visit family, friends and the beaches. I am happy to consult in English or Spanish.
|Dr Hajra Siraj (f)|
MBBS (London) 2011 BSc DRCOG DFSRH MRCGP; GMC 7169686
After qualifying from University College London Medical School in 2011, I worked in a range of hospitals and practices, including Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and Emperor’s Gate Surgery, where I completed my GP training in 2016. I then spent one year working in central London and abroad (Greece, Thailand, Peru), before returning to the surgery.
My interests include women’s health, teaching and international medicine.
My hobbies include travelling, film and exploring London in my free time.