Our Team

Medical Team:


Dr Dev Acharya is the lead G.P,and has been at the practice for 21 years.He qualified in 1997 with MBBS Bsc(hons) from St George’s Hospital Medical School,London.Prior to becoming a G.P ,he trained at University College Hospital,London, working in acute psychiatry and elderley care,and has worked in paediatrics/neonatology and obstetrics and gynaecology.  He worked as a GP specialist in Urology for 15 years performing cytoscopies, and is particularly interested in Chronic Disease Management (in particular Diabetes and Heart Disease),and elderley care.He is the practice child health lead.He also speaks Gujarati,Hindi,Urdu.In his spare time he is keen on fitness and sports.

We have an experienced team of 3 female G.P’s ,and 2 male G.P’s who provide a high level of clinical expertise and care ,in particular gynaecology,antenatal care,and mental health.


We have an advanced nurse practitioner who is skilled in womens health,diabetes,asthma/copd and minor illness.Our nurse delivers a high standard of care for child immunisations,cervical screening,and chronic disease management.

Advanced Clinical Practitioners

Our team of 2 advanced clinical pharmacists run minor illness clinics,and have specialist knowledge in uptodate evidence based prescribing.

Wandle PCN

We are part of the Wandle PCN,which is a network of 5 practices,with access to:

2 paramedics who provide a comprehensive home visiting service

Clinical pharmacist to optimise safe and effective prescribing,who also runs minor illness clinics.

Physiotherapist who assesses,treats,and investigates common musculoskeletal problems

Clinical psychologist

Specialist respiratory nurse clinic to help optimise management for asthma and Copd patients.

Our management and dedicated team of Practice receptionists and care staff are here to help your appointment go as smoothly as possible.

Alert: Coronavirus Information

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