Dr Caroline Angopa MB BS B Sc MRCPCH MRCG DFSRH
Dr Angopa trained at Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital. She has been a qualified GP since 2007. Before training as a GP, she worked in hospital and community paediatrics. She has a special interest in Women’s Health and Family Planning and she fits contraceptive implants and coils.
Dr Angopa is committed to General Practice and aims to meet the needs and concerns of all patients she sees. She has lived and worked locally since qualifying.
Dr Gemma Ball MBBS BSc MRCGP DFSRH
Originally from the North West of England, Dr Ball has lived and studied in London since 2005.She qualified as a doctor in 2011 and has worked in several South London teaching Hospitals,including Guy’s and St Thomas and Kings College Hospital.
She trained as a GP at Guy’s and St Thomas and has been working in the local area since 2017.She is committed to her work in General Practice and enjoys meeting patients of all ages and backgrounds
Dr Rebecca Hall MBChB DROCG DFSRH DTMH
Dr Hall graduated from Manchester University in 2009 and trained in London. Her special interests are women’s and sexual health and she also works as a sexual health doctor and is trained to fit coils and implants. She is also a clinical fellow for the Royal College of GPs to support HIV and sexual health services offered by primary care. Dr Hall also specialises in global health and infectious diseases and worked for a year in South Africa. She is a holder of Postgraduate Certificates in Public Health and Clinical Leadership.
Dr John Harris MBChB BSc(Hons) DGM DRCOG MSc
Dr Harris is originally from England but qualified as a Doctor at Glasgow University in 1998. He has lived and worked in London since 1999. He has worked at Mawbey Group Practice since 2008 and has a special interest in Diabetes but is happy to see patients with any kind of medical problem. He works full time and has surgeries every day.
Dr Jane Logan MA FRCGP
Dr Logan qualified from Cambridge University in 1976 and undertook her GP training at St Thomas’ Department of General Practice. She founded our surgery when the Health Centre opened in 1986. Dr Logan teaches medical students but she also trains qualified doctors to become General Practitioners in the practice. She has done extensive work in sickle cell anaemia and thalassaemia, particularly focussing on their impact before conception, and she has additional diplomas in obstetrics, gynaecology and child health. She lives locally and her 3 children all attended local schools.
Dr Logan says: “I still enjoy each working day. There is something very special working with patients, some of whose families you have known over three generations.”
Dr Jasper Mordhorst MRCP PhD MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH
After qualifying in Germany in 2000 and finishing his PhD in Urology, Dr Mordhorst moved to the UK to train in General Medicine. He obtained membership of at the Royal College of Physicians and worked in different teaching hospitals in London before also qualifying as a GP.
Dr Mordhorst is enthusiastic about being a General Practitioner but has special interests in Sexual Health, Men’s Health and in Substance Misuse Treatment. He also works as a Sexual Health physician for the Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, and he holds general clinics for homeless people in local hostels twice a week.
Dr Anuji Samarasinghe MBBS BsC DCH MRCGP MSc (Primary Care) MSc (Sports and Exercise Medicine)
Dr Samarasinghe qualified as a doctor in 1997 and became GP in 2004. She has worked in London since becoming a GP, mostly in South London. She enjoys working with an ethnically diverse population and managing complex chronic conditions.
Ms Iris Javaid, RGN
Iris trained in Germany as a Nurse and Midwife. After moving to the UK she obtained a B.Sc. in Clinical Nursing Practice and a PgDip as a Nurse Practitioner. Her special interest are Diabetes, Immunisation and Family Planning. Apart from being our Lead Practice Nurse, she is working for the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) as a Medicines Optimisation Clinical Nurse Lead.