Island health is a large practice with a varied and multi-skilled team.

GP Partners:

Dr Matthew Noble MBBS (M) (GMC 4709798) [currently on sabbatical]
Dr Toby Longwill MBBS (M) (GMC 4637196)
Dr Andrea Green MBBS (F) (GMC 6076257) (currently on maternity leave)
Dr Ayhan Mustafa MBBS (M) (GMC 6147676)
Dr Anisha Arora
Dr Lucy Cannon (F)
Dr Katrina Kizilates

Salaried GPs:

Dr Ruth Gleeson (F) 
Dr Suhana Sheikhsana (F)
Dr Sarah Spencer
Dr Lynette Mason
Dr Jenniffer Baynes (currently on maternity leave)
Dr Chin Akosim

In addition we have several GP Registrars working with us. GP Registrars are doctors working with us for a period of 6 months to 1 year in order to gain experience in general practice following hospital work. They are otherwise fully qualified. Please accept them as part of the practice team.

The Nursing Team:
Ms Barbara Hall, Nurse Practitioner
Marion John, Yvette Winfield, Paul Davies, Terrence Riley and Nina Howard Practice Nurses

Health Care Assistant is Aziza Meza

The practice nurses deal with various aspects of medical care including health checks, diabetes, asthma, contraception/family planning, cervical smears, smoking advice, travel advice and immunisation. In addition to the above, highly-trained Nurse Practitioners are qualified to prescribe certain items, manage certain chronic illnesses and to see common medical emergencies.

Admin and Support Staff:

Stacey Franks, Practice Manager
Nana Boakye-Agyeman, Deputy Practice Manager
Claire Murphy, Reception Supervisor
Nancy Davis, Doctors’ Secretary
Lucy O’brien, Receptionist & Phlebotomist

Students from the medical college at St. Barts and the Royal London School of Medicine and Dentistry have regular attachments with the practice. They may be involved with sitting in on surgeries and in gaining experience in taking a medical history from patients and in examining them. They will not be allowed to make decisions that have not first been agreed with the doctor in charge of your case. We hope that you will help these students in their training and allow them to be involved with your care. However they will not see you or examine you without your explicit consent. If you do not wish to see a student you are not under any obligation to do so.