|Dr M B Qureshi|
MB ChB MRCGP DRCOG (1996) DFFP
Qualified at Manchester University in 1996. Trained as a GP at East Surrey Hospital. Joined New House Surgery in 2001. Medical interests include family planning, women’s health, paediatrics and diabetes. Enjoys swimming but not particularly sporty! Married with two children.
|Dr AJ Beattie|
MBBS BSc (Hons) Psychology DFFP MRCGP (2001)
Obtained a BSc (Hons) in Psychology before studying medicine at St George’s Hospital, London, where he qualified in 2001. Worked for a short period in Australia before completing GP training in Reigate. Dorking Medical Practice is a training practice and Dr Beattie is a qualified GP Trainer. Married with three children and enjoys football, tennis and running.
|Dr V Sagar|
MBBS BSc (Hons) Neuroscience MRCP (2009) nMRCGP (2011) PGDip Card PGCert Med Edu
Qualified at King's College London School of Medicine in 2006. He trained as a GP at St George's Hospital, London. Medical interests include cardiology. Married with two children. Enjoys football, running and travelling.
|Dr N Peppiatt|
MBChB, MRCGP, DFSRH (2009)
Qualified from the University of Warwick in 2009 and completed her GP training in the West Midlands before moving to Surrey in 2015. Enjoys running and digging in the garden in her spare time. CURRENTLY ON MATERNITY LEAVE - Dr Peppiatt's patients have been allocated to other GPs in the practice until she returns.
|Dr ME Trubshaw|
MBBS MRCP MRCGP (1995)
Graduated 1995 at St George's Hospital, London. Clinical interests include Neurology, in particular Headaches and Epilepsy. Apart from General Practice also works as an Associated Specialist in Epilepsy at St George's Hospital and GP with Special Interest in Neurology at Epsom Hospital and Community Clinic in Redhill. Loves tennis, skiing, walking and reading.
|Dr Neil Dhoul|
BSc(Hons) BM,BS MRCGP (2016)
Educated at Westminster School, London. Attended University of Bristol to study a science degree graduating in microbiology with Honours. Worked in medical research before returning to university to study Medicine at the Universites of Exeter and Plymouth (UK) and worked his junior doctor years in London, Kent, Surrey and Sussex. He is a keen all round sportsman and particularly keen on swimming, squash, tennis and cricket. He regularly cycles everywhere, including to the practice, and is also a well qualifed recreational scuba divemaster who enjoys adventurous travel. He is married with 2 children (with another one on the way!).
|Dr Julian Allfrey|
BM BCh (Oxon) MRCGP
Qualified at Oxford University in 2009 and completed GP training in Reigate. He enjoys music, playing guitar and spending time with his family.
|Dr Jatinder Thompson|
MBBS MRCGP DipOccMed
Trained at St Mary's Hospital (Imperial College) London followed by GP training at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and then in Kensington. Worked as a GP partner in Harrow prior to moving to Surrey, currently also working for BUPA and as a Private GP at Spire Gatwick Park Hospital. Trained in Occupational medicine and has been a company doctor for some large multinational companies. Interests include general medicine, teenage and adolescent health, mental health, women's health, screening and preventative medicine.
|Dr Amina Albeyatti|
Qualified from Kings College London in 2008 and after several years working in General Surgery and Accident & Emergency moved into General Practice and qualified as a GP in 2018, with a keen interest in surgery, women's health and paediatrics.
She is also involved in improving healthcare through technical innovation as the Head of Business development for MyClinic.com.
|Dr Roxane Daemi|
MBBS DFSRH MRCGP
Qualified at Guy's, King's and St Thomas (GKT) school of Medicine in 2010. She completed her GP training in Lewisham, London and has since moved to Surrey and is enjoying the change of scenery. In her spare time she enjoys all things 'arts and crafts' related and spending time with her young children.
|Dr Jennifer Lane|
MA (Cantab) MBBS DRCOG DFSRH MRCGP (2012)
Completed her medical training at Cambridge University and King's College London, qualifying in 2007. Completed her GP training in South London where she practiced as a GP for several years before moving to Surrey. Special interests include women's health, family planning and medical education. She also works as a GP tutor at King's College London.
In her spare time she enjoys travelling, music and spending time with her young family.
|Dr Stephen Loveless|
MBBS MRCGP DRCOG BSc Genetics (1984)
Born in 1955. Obtained a BSc (Hons) in Genetics before studying medicine. Qualified at Guy’s Hospital in 1984. Married with two children. Medical interests include respiratory illnesses and cardiology. Enjoys cycling, running and is a keen squash player.