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Doctors and Staff


Dr V Bhalla (Male) MB BS July 1984 UK LMSSA MRCGP
Dr Chukwujekwu (Female) MB BS July 2005 MRCGP DCH DRCOG DFSRH
Dr  Ilchyshyn(Female) MBBS MRCGP
Dr  Ehimgbai (Female) MBBS MRCGP DFFP DRCOG MSc
Dr  M Bhalla (Female) BSc Hons 2002 MBBS 2002 MRCP DFSRH MRCGP

Consultant Nurse Practitioner

Laura  RGN BSc (Hons) Nurse Practitioner
Primary Care
Pg Cert Supplementary Prescribing
Dip Diabetes, Dip Asthma
1985 UK
Bridget  RGN BSc (Hons) Nurse Practitioner Primary Care, Pg Cert Supplementary Prescribing, Dip Diabetes, Dip Asthma 1981 UK

MSc Nurse Practitioner Primary Care, MSc in Dermatology, BSc in Adult Nursing 


Practice Nurses

Gillian  RGN, BSc Adult Nursing, DIPPhe Professional Practice, IIHHT Holistic Therapies Diploma
Maia  Trainee Practice Nurse 

Occasionally, the practice does use locum nurses.

Health Care Assistant (HCA)

Viv  NVQ 3 in Health and Social Care
Studying towards Foundation Degree in Health and Social Care

Physician Associate

Rosie  MSc Physician Associate Studies


We use Almedic Ltd a company to provide home visiting service by paramedics.

Clinical Pharmacist's


Pharmacy Technicians

Jo  Thurstan 

Practice Manager


Office Manager



Rosemary  Julie 
Susan  Martha 
Sneha  Beverley


Grace  Leeanne 
Georgia Amanda 
Sanjeet  Sarah 
Baljit Lucy 
Sophie Clare 

There are additional members of reception/admin staff. Please see Notice Board in the surgery for updated list.

Interpretation Service

The practice is able to request an interpretation service by prior request. This will require at least one weeks' notice to arrange as this is an external service provided by Bexley CCG.

Training Practice

Belvedere Medical Centre is a Training Practice with three GP Trainers.

Trainees are fully qualified doctors.

The Registrars will be holding their own clinic. You have a choice to see them or any other GPs in the practice.

The trainees, as part of their training will be making video recordings of some of their consultations; this is a very useful teaching tool. You may be asked for your permission to video your consultation with one of the doctors. You, of course, have the right to decline and any refusal will have no implications on the way you are treated or which doctor you see.

We believe that involvement in the education and training of future GPs will be beneficial for the practice as a whole.

Their presence will enhance and improve the service we can offer to our patients.

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