- Dr Jyoti Bhandari – Female, BSc (Hons) MBChB MRCGP DRCOG
Dr Bhandari has been a partner in the practice since 1995. She holds a diploma for the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive health and is able to fit intrauterine devices and contraceptive sub-dermal implants. She has a diploma in musculoskeletal medicine. She offers acupuncture to patients to treat a variety of conditions. She looks after the residents at Rowanweald Nursing home. She is involved in teaching medical students from UCL medical school.
- Dr Sonal Shah – Female, BSc (Hons) MBChB MRCGP
Dr Sonal Shah has been a partner in the practice since 1997. She is a fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners. She is a dermatology GP specialist and has a diploma in practical dermatology. She is accredited for minor surgery and for insertion and removal of subcutaneous contraceptive devices. She holds a diploma for the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health and a diploma for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. She is a GP trainer on the Northwick Park GP training scheme and involved in medical school teaching.
- Dr Debbie Argent – Female, MBChB MRCGP DCH DRCOG DFRSH
Dr Argent joined the practice as a Registrar in 2004 and continued working at the centre as an Associate General Practitioner before becoming a partner in 2009. She holds a diploma for the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health and is accredited to fit intrauterine devices. She is GP trainer on the Northwick Park GP training scheme and is a GP appraiser for Harrow.
- Dr Sharanjit Takher– Male, BSc (Hons) MBBS MRCGP DCH
Dr Takher trained at Imperial college London. He first came to the practice in 2006 as a trainee foundation doctor. Having been inspired into general practice by this, he trained as a General Practitioner and joined the practice in 2010. He has an interest in paediatrics and also involved in the care of patients at Wilsmere House Nursing Home. He is a GP trainer working with the Northwick Park GP training scheme.
- Dr Shameer Shah– Male, BSc (Hons) MBChB MRCP DRCOG DFsRH nMRCGP
Dr Shameer Shah joined the practice in 2014 as an Associate General Practitioner and became a Partner in September 2016. He graduated from University of Manchester in 2001 and became a GP in 2008 after having undertaken various hospital jobs all over the UK. He has a special interest in gastroenterology, joint injections, and cardiology. He is involved in the care of residents at Rowanweald Nursing Home and is also a trainer for the junior doctors at our practice.
- Dr Kunal Bhayani– Male, MA (Cantab) MBBS MRCGP DRCOG DTM&H
Dr Kunal Bhayani trained at Cambridge University and University College London and came to the practice as a Registrar before joining as a GP in 2016. His particular interests are musculoskeletal medicine and joint injection, diabetes and palliative care. He holds diplomas in musculoskeletal medicine, obstetrics and gynaecology as well as tropical medicine. He is also involved in looking after patients with neurodisability and complex needs at Wilsmere House nursing home as well as in medical student teaching for Imperial College medical students.
- Dr Noreen Ryan– Female, BSc (Hons) MBBS MRCGP DRCOG
Dr Ryan first came to the practice in 1996 as a trainee. She was a Partner here from 2002 until April 2016. During this time she has always had an interest in undergraduate education. To develop this interest further she has now taken up a position as senior clinical fellow at Imperial College as her main role. She continues to do sessions for the practice as a Salaried GP and works on the London Medical Committee.
- Dr Naazneen Kalla– Female, MBChB MRCGP DRCOG
Dr Kalla graduated from the University of Cape Town in South Africa in 2007. She undertook her training at the Northwick Park scheme where she was a trainee at Enderley Road Medical Centre. She now joins our team as a Salaried GP. She has special interests in teaching and Women’s Health.
General Practitioner Registrar and Students
Our practice is a training and teaching practice. Our registrars are fully qualified and have a great deal of hospital experience. Registrars are attached to our practice and usually become general practitioners after completing their training.
They are at all times encouraged to seek advice when required from the practice partners. We are also fortunate to have medical students attached to our practice for short periods.