Dr Laura Quinton

Dr Quinton is from London. She qualified as a doctor from University College London in 1991 and joined Elborough Street Surgery as a partner in 2002. Before this she was a GP in Morden, in Hackney and in Camden. Before becoming a GP, she worked as a doctor in The Queen Elizabeth Hospital for Children in Hackney and Whipp’s Cross and Chase Farm Hospitals’ A&E departments. She also worked with the Gynaecology team at UCLH and in The IVF Clinic at The Hammersmith.

She enjoys her life as a GP and has been Clinical Director of Wandle Primary Care Network since July 2019. Dr Quinton spent many years as a GP Trainer and medical student tutor at St Georges and continues to be a GP appraiser in Wandsworth.  She is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners and holds the Diploma for Child Health.

Dr Kate Kandasamy

Born in mid Wales, Dr Kandasamy trained in Glasgow and after house jobs in Glasgow and Cornwall spent several years in North Devon. She relocated to London with her partner and after some time as an assistant joined the Practice in January 2001.

Her interests include women’s and sexual health, family planning and education. She has also worked as a clinical assistant at the Wolverton Centre (Kingston Hospital’s GU clinic).

Dr Danielle Russell

Dr Danielle Russell is from Wimbledon and completed her studies in London, gaining a BSc in Medical Microbiology from University College London and then an MBBS degree (Medicine and Surgery) at Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ School of Medicine in 2008. Since qualifying as a doctor, she has worked at Guys and St Thomas, the Evelina Children’s Hospital, and has also spent some time at the Conquest Hospital Hastings and Queen Mary’s Hospital in Sidcup.

Dr Russell has a special interest in Women’s Health, Sexual Health and Family Planning and is fully qualified to fit and remove contraceptive implants and coils. She also has an interest in medical education and regularly teaches medical students.

Dr Karin Lenhart

After gaining my medical degree in Innsbruck, Austria in 2000, I moved to the UK and trained as a GP. I have worked at Elborough Street Surgery since 2004, with some breaks during which I worked in Australia and New Zealand.

My clinical interests include women’s health and dermatology. By combining my favourite pastime of hiking with work I have gained experience in expedition and altitude medicine.

I am fluent in German and English, with some knowledge of French.

Dr Muna Naqvi

I am from Karachi in Pakistan- from where, having qualified as a doctor, I came to the UK for postgraduate studies in Paediatrics. Having obtained a full membership of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health I became interested in primary care, through having worked in Community Child Health. I have been a GP since 2007 and have worked both in the UK and the Middle East and joined Elborough Street Surgery in 2019.

My main focus outside of the practice is my family. I also enjoy cooking and reading Urdu poetry.

Nurse Jane Noon

Jane joined Elborough Street Surgery in 2011. She has worked in cardiology and cardiothoracic intensive care and has also studied community nursing science. Her surgery duties include childhood immunisations, travel health, cervical screening, chronic disease management and general practice nursing.

Nurse Sue AlQadhi

Sue joined Elborough Street Surgery in January 2016. She trained at Kingston University and has worked on medical and surgical wards, in intensive care and occupational health. She has a BSc in nursing, MSc in workplace health and wellbeing, post graduate diploma in occupational health and post graduate certificate in general practice nursing. Her surgery duties include childhood immunisations, travel health, cervical screening, chronic disease management and general practice nursing.

Samuel MetcalfPractice Manager

I have worked in NHS management for 13 years. I love developing new systems and services for patients. I really enjoy helping our Primary Care Network (PCN) on projects and developments and find it hugely rewarding. I work closely with Dr Laura Quinton, Clinical Director of Wandle PCN. We have now built a team of pharmacists, physiotherapists, care coordinators, social prescribers, physicians associates and paramedics.

When I’m not at work you will probably find me on a badminton court, playing league matches in London. I have competed in Ballroom and Latin dancing and have contributed to choreography on Strictly Come Dancing. I was also a jiving doctor in the opening ceremony of the 2012 London Olympic games.

Matthew DeansReception Manager

My career with the NHS began in 2015 working across Lambeth and Wandsworth. I joined the Elborough team in February 2020. Working for the NHS is extremely rewarding and delivering high patient care and making a difference in patients’ lives is one of my core values.

We have an amazing team here and as the Reception Manager, I enjoy building and developing colleagues by offering coaching, support and various training opportunities. One of my goals is to become a Practice Manager.

Outside of work, you’ll catch me cycling everywhere and anywhere and will be starting my first London to Brighton in 2021.  A fan of heavyweight British boxing (AJ and Fury!), keen poker player and tea connoisseur.

Marie BerwaCare Navigator

I have worked for the NHS for just over 2 years and I really enjoy working with the team at Elborough street surgery and helping patients.

Outside of working hours I enjoy being  active and working out

Sarah ElliottCare Navigator

A long-term Southfields resident, I have worked locally as a GP medical receptionist for several years, building on other patient and visitor facing experience across hospital, museum and higher education environments. I am committed to the NHS and to providing a responsive and caring service to all our patients at Elborough Street Surgery.

Outside this work, I have a passion for museums, galleries and heritage, engaging creatively and critically with them through academic research and writing. I am also a keen art collector, with a particular interest in British post-war modern and contemporary editions on paper.

Anila QadeerCare Navigator

I’ve been a part of Elborough Street Surgery for nearly 2 years. I am proud to be part of the NHS as it is a rewarding experience. Outside of work, I love spending quality time with my family and friends, trying out new cuisines and going on scenic walks.

Lucy DonavanReceptionist

I have worked with the Elborough street surgery since 2011

Prior to working for the NHS, I worked with the local Government  on the front line  helping people

In my spare time, I enjoy doing voluntary work.

Christine McGinley

I’m an administrator at the practice and have worked for the NHS for many years. I joined the Elborough team in June 2019. I’m responsible for Document Management, non-NHS services such as insurance medical reports, processing subject access requests (SAR’s), and many other general admin queries.  When I’m not working I enjoy jigsaw puzzles and spending time with my family.

Sandra AfonsoSenior Medical Administrator

I am Medical Administrator/ Phlebotomist at Elborough Street. I have been working at the Surgery since 2011 and feel very privileged to be a part of the NHS and also working with an amazing team at Elborough Street Surgery.

Stacey Collins

I have worked at Elborough street surgery for over 7 years and am extremely passionate about helping people and making them feel both valued and listened to. I was born and raised locally in Battersea and have A levels in criminology, criminal psychology, forensic science and chemistry. Outside of work I enjoy raising my beautiful daughter and cooking world foods.

Áine HackettPharmacist

I’m Áine- originally from a small town in Northern Ireland but now call London home.

I qualified as a Clinical Pharmacist in 2014 and joined the team here in December 2019. I have a specialist interest in Polypharmacy and cardiovascular health. I am able to see you for most minor emergency’s and can assist you in management of your health conditions and medicines optimisation. Outside of work I enjoying travelling, shoe shopping and irish dancing (lay one is strictly out of hours of course!).

I look forward to seeing you all in my clinic soon

John Keen-TomlinsonSocial Prescriber

Hi, I’m the Social Prescriber for Wandle PCN. I’m here to help with several areas including mental health, healthy living, housing, finance, debt management, weight management and a number of other areas. I typically support patients by linking them with local support groups and agencies whilst being on hand to support with applications for government/ council support. If there is an issue that may not be suitable for a GP (non-medical/social) I am happy to discuss and work through these. I currently work at Elborough Street on Wednesday’s, you can make an appointment with me by contacting the Care Navigators.

Mark WestronParamedic

I’m Mark and I am the Wandle PCN Paramedic.

I have been a Paramedic for over 30 years and in that time have been with the East of England Ambulance service, working in the Private Ambulance Sector, and prior to joining the PCN was with The Rapid Assessment Team based at Northwick Park Hospital. These roles have given me a broad spectrum of skills in patient assessment and treatment which I can bring to this new and evolving role in primary care

One of my greatest times in the Ambulance Service was being selected to work the Olympics and Para Olympics in 2012 a fantastic time meeting some amazing people.

In my down time I enjoy walking my dogs, traveling and doing DIY (mainly for my children and Grandchildren)