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Dr Jane Lindsay

MRCGP, MRCP, DRCOG, MB ChB, BSc - Partner, part-time

Dr Jane Lindsay graduated from Edinburgh University in 1990 and has come to work in Kent via Newcastle, London and Toronto.  Dr Lindsay divides her time between two fulfilling careers, general practice and looking after her two children.  She has special interests in family planning, women’s health, headaches and haematology.

Dr Maryam Tahmassebi

MBBS, DCH, MRCP - Partner, part- time

Dr Maryam Tahmassebi graduated from Newcastle Upon Tyne Medical School in 1987. She has six years of post graduate training in paediatrics and has completed four years of training in hospital posts including accident & emergency, obstetrics & gynaecology, psychiatry & psycho- geriatrics. She has worked as a GP Partner throughout London and Kent since 1997. She has special interests in paediatrics, women's health and diabetes.  

Dr Antony Ellul

MBBS - Partner, part-time

Dr Ellul qualified from King's College medical school in 2012. Before moving into General Practice, he spent 4 years in a range of hospital posts (accident & emergency, intensive care, general medicine, psychiatry, care of the elderly, paediatrics, obstetrics & gynaecology). Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two young children

Dr Saijit S Shetty

MBBS, MRCEM, MRCGP - Partner, part-time

Dr Shetty graduated from India in 1998 , and went on to postgraduate rotations in Surgery and Emergency Medicine before realising that a career in General Practice was what satisfied him most . A further rotation thorough General practice training has left him with a keen interest in Musculoskeletal medicine , Paediatrics and Care of the Elderly .  Prior to joining us here, Dr Shetty has worked in two local GP practices and his knowledge and experience will be a great asset to our surgery.

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