Dr Amol Kelshiker (m)

MBChB (Sheffield 1986) BSc (Special Hons) PG Dip(Cardiology) FRCGP (Senior Partner)

A partner at the Pinn since 1990 having completed GP training at Northwick Park Hospital , I am married with two sons and  have lived in Harrow for forty years. Although a “generalist” at heart, I have a keen interest in diabetes and cardiology. I run the diabetes clinic at the centre . I am privileged to be the senior partner.

Dr Jonathan Rudolph (m)

MB BCh (Johannesburg 1988) MRCGP DRCOG. (Partner)

Despite the still very strong South African accent, I have lived in London for the past nineteen years, and joined the Pinn as a partner in January 1996. I have the privilege of training future GP’s in the practice during their training year. I also have a clinical interest in children’s health and will be doing special paediatric clinics in the practice alongside hospital paediatricians. Away from work my time is consumed by my family and I love nothing better than holidays with my wife and 3 sons.

Dr Mehul Lakhani (m)

MBBS (London 2004) BSc (Hons) MRCGP, DRCOG, DFRSH, PGCert, DPDermatology(Distinction), CIDC (Partner)

I qualified from Guy’s, Kings & St.Thomas’ in 2004, and completed the Northwick Park VTS in 2008. I joined the Pinn Medical Centre as a salaried GP in October 2008, and became a partner in May 2010 . I am also a trainer of future GP's.My special interests include dermatology, diabetes & minor surgery. Outside of work I enjoy going to the gym and spending time with my family.

Dr Hannah Bundock (f)

image7MRCGP MRCP DCH DGM (Partner)

Following my GP training at the Pinn Medical Centre, I enjoy working as a GP at the practice. I also work as a GP with special interest in elderly care working in the wider Harrow community. I am particularly interested in frailty, dementia, child health and medical education. I am a Clinical Director for Harrow Clinical Commissioning Group.

Dr Mathi Woodhouse (f)


I qualified from St Barts & The Royal London Medical school 2003. I have been a GP since 2008 and started at the Pinn in Feb 2011.  I have a wide spread of experience however my main interest lies within respiratory medicine. It is a pleasure to be part of an innovative surgery such as the Pinn and its population. My hobbies are mainly of the sporting nature. I play netball and enjoy water sports like wakeboarding and surfing (when my children allow it!).

Dr Krishni Kumar (f)


I qualified from St. Barts and the Royal London Medical School in 2006 and worked in London before completing my GP training in Surrey.  Having grown up locally, it was a pleasure to join the enthusiastic staff at the Pinn in September 2012. I have developed a special interest in women’s health and family planning. When I’m not at work, I enjoy spending time with family and friends as well as travelling the world. I am currently learning Spanish to compliment this hobby.

Dr Anjali Pabari (f)


I qualified from The University of Nottingham in 2008 and went on to complete my GP training there. Since moving to Pinner and love being part of the wider community. I enjoy all aspects of general practice but have interests in women’s health and acute medicine. In my spare time I enjoy going to the theatre and travelling.

Dr Anjalee Jethwa (f)


After qualifying from Brighton & Sussex Medical School in 2008 I spent two years training in various hospitals around Stoke-On-Trent and Coventry. I went on to complete my 3 year GP training in Essex and then decided to move back to my home town of Harrow. Although I enjoy all aspects of General Practice I have an interest in Sexual Health and Palliative care. I enjoy shopping, eating out and of course spending time with my loved ones.

Dr Deepen Patel (m)


I qualified from Barts & The London in 2009 and completed an intercalated Bsc in 2008.

I spent my foundation years training at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel and Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford before completing my GP training in Kings Lynn, Norfolk. I recently moved back to London where I grew up. I love all aspects of General Practice and my special interests include mental health, musculoskeletal medicine and teaching. I love travelling, meeting new people and learning new things!

Dr Niki Davies (f)


I graduated from Manchester University in 2000 and I completed my GP training in Luton and then more locally. I completed my GP training in Kingsbury and worked in Wembley for several years before joining a Practice in Luton for 5 years. I recently decided to move my work back closer to home, hence my arrival at the Pinn.  My area of special interest is Cancer and End of Life Care and when I am not here at the Pinn I am a Macmillan GP for Harrow trying to improve cancer diagnosis and End of Life care for the residents of Harrow. I also have diplomas in Women's and Child health. When I have spare time I run a Rainbows and Brownies unit and also spend time with my two young children.

Dr Sabha Naeem (f)


I qualified from St Georges University London in 2008. I carried out my foundation years in Hertfordshire and East London, and completed my specialty training in both Surrey and at Royal Free London Hospital. 

Dr Nailah Nisar


I qualified in Glasgow in 2009 where I did my foundation training and then moved to London for my GP training which I completed in 2015.  I have worked at The Pinn Medical Centre on and off since 2015.  I have an interest in women's health and acute medicine.  I live locally in Harrow and have 3 beautiful children whom I love spending my time with.  

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