Our Staff


Dr Paul Dhillon

MBBCh DRCOG DFFP MRCGP Graduated 1995 from the University of Wales College of Medicine. He is the senior partner having joined the practice in 2000.

Dr Usha Ganeshalingam

MB BS DRCOG MRCGP Graduated 1999 from Kings College School of Medicine and Dentistry University of London. She joined the practice as a partner in 2005.

Dr Henry Attard

MBChB DRCOG MRCGP Graduated 1998 from the University of Manchester and completed VTS training in 2005. He has an interest mental health and is a GP trainer. He joined as a partner 2014.

Dr Vaishali Nathan

MB BS MSc DRCOG DCH DFFP MRCGP Graduated 2004 from St George’s Medical School University of London. Her special interests are women’s health, family planning and child health. She joined as a partner in 2019.

Dr Gabrielle Brodie

MBChB DRCOG MRCGP DCH Graduated 1996 from Sheffield University. She joined practice in 2016 and has an interest in child and mental health.

Dr Yasmin Maki

MBChB MRCGP DFFP Has been working as a GP in Kingston since completing her GP VTS training in the borough. She has a special interest in family planning and is a GP appraiser. She joined the Brunswick team in 2017.

Dr Victoria Rees

Dr Victoria Rees MBChB MRCP DRCOG Vicky is a GP Registrar. She is a fully qualified Doctor undergoing clinical supervision at Brunswick to become a General Practitioner.

First Contact Physio

Sam Bhide

She is an experienced physiotherapist whose role is to assess, diagnose and manage patients presenting with musculoskeletal conditions. Currently she works on a Wednesday and can be booked directly by talking to the admin team. •All soft tissue injuries, sprains, strains or sports injuries •Arthritis – any joint •Possible problems with muscles, ligaments, tendons or bone, eg tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, ankle sprains •Spinal pain including lower back pain, mid-back pain and neck pain •Spinal-related pain in arms or legs, including nerve symptoms, eg pins and needles or numbness •Changes to walking •Post-orthopaedic surgery •Assess and diagnose what’s happening with the patient •Give expert advice on how best to manage the condition

Practice Pharmacist

Simon Frost

Simon Frost MPharm MRPharmS, graduated from Kingston University in 2010 and qualified as a registered pharmacist in 2011. He has experience working within community and hospital outpatient pharmacies. He joined the surgery in 2020.

He works at the surgery part-time, spending the rest of his week at the two other practices in our primary care network (PCN), Langley and Central. If you have any problems with your prescriptions or need any medicine-based advice he will be happy to help, so please feel free to contact him via the surgery.


The practice employs three experienced practice nurses. They can see you for dressings, childhood immunisations, shingles and HPV immunisations, removal of sutures, blood pressure checks, dietary control, smoking cessation, ear syringing, new patient health checks, travel and routine vaccinations, and chlamydia screening (14-24 year olds). They also run specialised appointments covering diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma, heart disease, and cervical screening.

Anne-Marie Dixon

Sarah Clarke

Carolyn Samuel

Healthcare Assistants

Maricon Pasaoa

Our Healthcare Assistants are here for your annual health checks and routine blood tests.

Tracey Green

Practice Manager

Leana Burrage


Michaela Brownlee

Shirley Croucher

Sheila Petrone

Nurie Ismaili


Lynn Knight

Polly Davies

Juliet Lindsay-West

Community Midwives

The Kingston Hospital NHS Trust employs community Midwives (River Team). They run a prebookable weekly clinic at the Health Centre (first floor) on Friday mornings from 09.00 a.m until 12.00 a.m. They provide ante-natal care for expectant mothers and post natal care. They can be contacted at Kingston Hospital on 020 8934 3863.

Community Matrons

Your Healthcare employs our Community Matrons. They can be contacted by ringing "Single Point of Access"on 020 8339 8135. Community Matrons co-ordinate health & social care for patients with complex long term conditions. By providing advanced nursing skills they aim to diagnose and treat patients within the home, thus avoiding unnecessary hospital admissions. Referrals to this service can be made by the GP or other professional agencies.

Community Nurses

Your Healthcare is also responsible for employing our District Nurses, who are located with the Community Matrons at Hollyfield House. They provide nursing care for people in their own homes, nursing homes and residential homes, together with support and advice to families and carers. Patients may be referred to this service by their doctor, hospital, other agencies, or may refer themselves. They can be contacted on 020 8339 8135.

Health Visitors

Our Health Visitors are also based at Hollyfield House, Hollfield Road, Surbiton, Surrey KT5 9AL. They are nurse specialists in family health, particularly child health, behaviour and development. They also see women for ante-natal and postnatal consultations and are able to offer support and advice on all aspects of family health and well being. They provide a "Drop In" Well Baby Clinic, every Monday, on the 1st Floor of the health centre , between 10.00 a.m. and 11.45 a.m. They can be contacted on 020 8274 7719 and will see patients Tuesday - Friday, in the Health Centre, by invitation only.