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 Isobel Bleehen (f)

MB BS (London 1988) (Partner)

I have been a partner at the Pinn since 1993. I am married to a GP and have 3 sons. I am interested in all areas of general practice but have a special interest in skin conditions, women's health and contraception, including coil fittings.

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 Jamila Sherif (f)


I grew up in North-West London and qualified from Guy’s, King’s and St.Thomas’ in 2003. I completed my GP training on the Central Middlesex Hospital VTS in 2008. I did my GP registrar year in Wembley and then continued to do sessions in the local area as well as at surgeries in Kingsbury, Bushey and Harrow. I joined Pinn Medical Centre in February 2011 after having done several locum sessions here since last summer. I currently work part-time. I am interested in all aspects of general practice and my special interests include women’s health, family planning, child health and dermatology. I live in Watford with my husband and 2 young daughters.  I enjoy walks in the park with my kids.

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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