Nurse Practitioners

Mrs Susie Pemberton (f)

susieMy name is Susan Pemberton but I like to be known as Susie as it is less formal rather like me. I am easy going, friendly thus love meeting people.

My role at the Pinn is that of an Advanced Nurse Practitioner. I see both Walk-in patients and those with Long term health conditions such as heart failure/ chronic obstructed airway disease and increasing frailty etc.

Individuals with long term conditions are more at risk of hospital admissions. To try and reduce admissions and keep patients well, I perform health checks, do their care planning and look at ways collaboratively with patient and their family on how we can provide more support in the home to improve patient's quality of life and reduce the daily stress and strains of living with ill health.

I have extensive cardiology and community nursing experience and am used to managing complex patients with a broad range of health issues.

I am passionate about delivering the best care possible.

I love singing and dancing to Abba and visiting Kew in all seasons to marvel at nature.


Mrs Mubina Panju

Having joined the Pinn in 2010 as a receptionist, I then completed my nurse training and am now a qualified practice nurse.  I came from Toronto, Canada where I lived for 15 years and qualified as a Registered Nurse in 2007.  After having worked as a district Nurse for 1 year, I moved to the UK to join my husband.

Ms Wendy Lynch

I qualified as a registered nurse from the Royal London Hospital and then attained general nursing experience and post registration qualification in obstetrics and psychiatry, before becoming a sister at the Central Middlesex Hospital. After a career break to have a family, I have worked as a practice nurse in the harrow area and have obtained specific experience in the management of asthma, family planning, and cryotherapy. I have travelled widely but still feel that I have many more places to visit!

Ms Margaret MacRae

I trained at St.Johns and St.Elizabeths hospital in London. I then went on to become a registered midwife where I spent nine years at Northwick Park Hospital maternity unit and five of those as a sister in charge of the research antenatal ward. After a career break, I returned as a community nurse working with children under the age of five.I have worked in my present role as a practice nurse in Pinner for fourteen years, transferring to The Pinn Medical Centre in Apil 2010.In my spare time I enjoy travelling, cooking, gardening, and catching up with friends.

Mrs June Elliott (f)

I joined the Pinn Medical Centre in January 2014. I came from Caryl Thomas Clinic where i worked as a District Nurse for five years. I enjoy the challenge of using all my nursing skills to give a good service to patients. June Elliott

Healthcare Assistants

Latifa Shahed

I have been a member of the team for 3 years, and my role involves supporting the clinical staff by performing ECG's, blood pressure monitoring, ear syringing, basic wound care, phlebotomy as well as welcoming patients to the surgery by carrying out the “New Patient Checks”.  On Thursday’s I assist Dr Kelshiker in the diabetic clinic.  In my spare time I enjoy travelling around the world and being with my family.

Sara Ahmadi

I joined the Pinn Medical Centre in 2008 as a bank phlebotomist and became a permanent member of the team when we moved to the new building in Love Lane.  I am now a full-time Healthcare Assistant performing ECG's blood pressure monitoring, ear syringing, basic wound care, phlebotomy and Health Checks.  In my spare time I enjoy reading.


Mrs Disha Sanghavi (f)

I joined the Pinn Medical Centre in July 2016 as a Phlebotomist and have enjoyed every moment ever since. I like to spend my spare time with my family
and listening to music.disha 

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