Great Chapel Street Medical Centre

Telephone: 020 7437 9360
Address: 13 Great Chapel Street, London, England - Uk, W1F 8FL
Website: www.greatchapelst.org.uk

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Staff

Doctors

Dr Simon Ramsden

General Practitioner

MA (Oxford) MD MB BS (Hons. London 1984) MRCP (UK) MRCGP (Dist) . Dr Ramsden trained at Oxford University and St Mary's Hospital Medical School. He won a number of scholarships and passed finals with distinctions in pathology and pharmacology. He trained in general medicine at London teaching hospitals obtaining the MRCP qualification before re-training in general practice. He passed the MRCGP exam with distinction. After joining the surgery in 1987 Dr Ramsden received a doctorate in medicine from London University for epidemiological work on epilepsy. Special interests include adult general medicine and child health.
GMC number

2953564

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Dr Philip Reid

General Practitioner

BA (Oxford) MBBS (London 1989) MRCP DRCOG MRCGP Dr Philip Reid trained at Oxford University and St Mary's Hospital in London. After qualification he trained in general medicine in west London hospitals before gaining the MRCP qualification. He then specialised in general practice obtaining the MRCGP qualification and DRCOG qualification in obstetrics and gynaecology. He joined the practice in 1993. The practice has developed a special expertise in the medical care of homeless people and also runs the Great Chapel Street Medical Centre in Soho. Dr Reid runs a charity providing accommodation and support for homeless people. He is responsible for the shared antenatal care at the practice.
GMC number

3310298

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Dr Natalie Miller

General Practitioner

 

Dr Natalie Miller trained at Imperial College School of Medicine in London and graduated from there in 2006 with Honours in Surgery. During her training there she did an intercalated BSc degree in Psychology & Psychiatry and was involved in research at the Dangerous & Severe Personality Disorder Unit at Broadmoor Hospital.

She completed her General Practice training in North West London gaining her MRCGP qualification alongside a Diploma in Child Health and a Diploma in Family Planning.

Surgery hours

Monday tyo Wednesday

GMC number

6148912

Qualifications

BSc

DCH

MBBS

MRCGP

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Dr Hitesh Mistry

General Practitioner

Dr Hitesh Mistry trained at King’s College School of Medicine, London. He spent time publishing neuroscience research during an intercalated BSc in physiology, and obtained a 1st class honours degree.

He trained in Adult medicine in London hospitals, before completing his specialist training in general practice at St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington. He completed his MRCGP with Merit and has been working as a GP in the area for over 4 years.

He has an interest in chronic disease management and child health at the practice.

Surgery hours

Thursday 11 - 12.30

GMC number

4728502

Qualifications

BSc

MBBS

MRCGP

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Key facts

Gender of GPs

3 male and 1 female

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Last updated on 03 October 2012.

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