About Us

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About the Medical Clinic

Cavendish Health Centre has moved from a four storey Victorian house between Harley Street and Wimpole Street to purpose-built modern, accessible premises in the heart of central London at the top of Marylebone High Street.

The centre was established in 1991, extensively refurbished in 1999 and again in 2009 and having moved in 2022, provides very good facilities. It is a national Health Service (NHS) centre, providing primary care services free of charge to all registered patients.  The practice is funded through a contract with NHS England.

Our practice population includes residents of Marylebone and also people who live further afield but work or study locally.

 

Cavendish Health Centre

CQC overall rating

Good

3 March 2016

See the report

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Providing you with the best doctors for the best care

Partners

Dr Chatsuda Chierakul

GP (female)

MBBS MA MRCGP DFSRH DRCOG

Dr. Maya Chowdhury

GP (female)

MBBS BSc MRCP MRCGP DFSRH

Dr. Lucy Gowling

GP (female)

MBBS MRCGP DFSRH

Tamsin Dart

Practice Manager

Salaried GPs

Dr Rachna Savani

Salaried GP (female)

MBBS BSc MRCGP

Dr Sama Yasso

Salaried GP (female)

MBBCh MRCGP DRCOG

Dr Cath Games

Salaried GP (female)

MBBS MRCGP

Dr Yulia Peysakhova

Salaried GP (female)

MBBS MRCGP

Dr Huda Al-Hadithy

Freelance GP (female)

GP Registrars

GP Registrar ST3 (female)

St Marys VTS 

Dr Daniel Knights
Dr Joanna Lovett

GP Registrar ST3 (male)

Imperial VTS

We are a training practice

This means that we have Specialist Trainees (STs) and Foundation Doctors (F2s) working in our team. All are fully qualified doctors. The ST doctors are training to become GPs and the F2 doctors are doing more general training in the second year after qualification as doctors.

We also sometimes have medical students sitting in on consultations as part of their educational process. Your support in this is very much appreciated. We always ask your consent for this, and if you prefer the student not to be present your care will in no way be affected.