Meet the Team

Our Doctor’s

DR Manish Patel

GP Partner

MBBS (Kings College London 2006) NMRCGP (2011) DFSRH BSC

Dr Manish Patel completed his GP training in Hillingdon.  He has an interest in chronic disease management, mental health care, genito-urinary medicine, family planning and paediatrics.  He is at the forefront of using the latest technology to improve patient care at the surgery.

Dr Khatanji Odedra

GP Partner

MBBS (King’s College London 2006) NMRCGP (2013) MRCP DRCOG BSC

Dr Khatanji Odedra graduated with distinction from king’s college medical school in London. He has particular interests in cardiology and digital transformation and innovation.

Dr Aditi Tanna

Sessional GP

Dr Aditi Tanna works Mondays.

Dr Manish Dubal

Sessional GP

Dr Manish Dubal works Tuesday.

Dr Rejitha Seeva

Sessional GP

MBBS (St George’s University of London), MRCGP (2020), PgDip in Epilepsy (Distinction) 

Dr Rejitha Seeva completed her medical degree at St George’s University of London. She enjoys all aspects of general practice, including women’s health and in particular HRT. She is member of the British Menopause Society and currently working towards a qualification to provide evidence-based menopause care. 

Dr Rejitha Seeva works Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Dr Aziza Al-Yassin

Sessional GP

MBBS (Kings College London 2013), BSc, MRCGP, DRCOG, DCH 

Dr Aziza Al-Yassin qualified from King’s College London in 2013, before undertaking her GP training in Brent. She has completed diplomas in both women’s and children’s health, which are areas that interest her alongside mental health, and medical education. 

Dr Aziza Al-Yassin works Fridays.

Allied Staff

Mr Pratheeban Loganathan

Clinical Pharmacist

Mr Pratheeban Loganathan completed his masters training for pharmacy at University of East Anglia, Norwich. He is a Clinical Pharmacist, with a background in community pharmacy in areas of minor ailments, travel health advice and has post-graduate training in management of long-term conditions in primary care, with special interest in diabetes, asthma/COPD and hypertension. He takes interest in reducing pill burdens with patients and helping de-prescribe medicines which patients may benefit without

Ms Lajja Patel

Clinical Pharmacist

Clinical Pharmacists – What do they do?

Clinical pharmacists play a vital role within general practice teams, focusing on optimizing medication management and enhancing patient outcomes. Here are their key responsibilities:

Medication Reviews:
Clinical pharmacists conduct structured medication reviews for patients with ongoing health conditions.
They assess the appropriateness, safety, and effectiveness of prescribed medications.
By identifying potential issues, they help improve patient safety and outcomes.

Long-Term Condition Management:
Clinical pharmacists provide extra support to manage long-term health conditions.
They collaborate with patients to optimize medication regimens, address side effects, and enhance adherence.
Their expertise contributes to better disease management and overall well-being.

Advice for Patients on Multiple Medicines:
Patients taking multiple medications often face complexities.
Clinical pharmacists offer personalized advice, ensuring patients understand their drug therapies.
They address concerns, interactions, and potential risks associated with polypharmacy.

Health Checks and Preventive Care:
Clinical pharmacists actively engage in health checks.
They monitor parameters such as blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood glucose levels.
By promoting preventive measures, they contribute to early detection and disease prevention.
In summary, clinical pharmacists collaborate closely with general practice teams, bridging the gap between medicine and patient care

Ms Tracy Cox

HealthCare Assistant

Ms Katarzyna Biskupek

HealthCare Assistant

HealthCare Assistants – What do they do?

Healthcare assistants (HCAs) play a vital role within general practice settings, supporting the overall healthcare team. Here are their key responsibilities:

Wound Care and Dressings: They provide wound care, dressings, and other clinical tasks as needed.
Chronic Disease Clinics: HCAs support practice nurses in managing chronic disease clinics.
Undertaking New Patient Health Checks: HCAs assist in conducting health assessments for new patients, gathering essential information about their health status.
Clinical Observations: HCAs measure vital signs such as pulse oximetry, blood pressure, temperature, and pulse rate accurately.
Health Promotion Programs: They collaborate with patients to promote health and well-being, emphasising preventive measures and healthy lifestyle choices.
Venepuncture: HCAs can perform venepuncture (drawing blood samples).
ECGs: HCAs conduct electrocardiograms (ECGs) as requested.

Devika Navaratnalingam

Practice Nurse

GP practice nurse plays a crucial role in providing disease prevention:

Childhood Immunisations:
GP practice nurses administer childhood vaccinations and immunisations to ensure children are protected against various diseases. These vaccinations follow recommended schedules and guidelines.
They educate parents and guardians about the importance of vaccinations, potential side effects, and any necessary follow-up doses.

Cervical Smears:
GP practice nurses perform cervical smears, as part of cervical cancer screening programs. They collect samples of cervical cells to detect any abnormalities or early signs of cervical cancer. Regular screenings are essential for early detection and timely intervention.

Ms Janki Hada

First Contact Physiotherapist

first contact physiotherapist (FCP) is an experienced professional with advanced skills in assessing, diagnosing, and managing musculoskeletal (MSK) problems.

Here’s what they do:
Assessment and Diagnosis:
FCPs evaluate patients independently, assessing issues related to back, neck, and joint pain.
They diagnose musculoskeletal conditions, helping patients understand their health concerns.
Expert Advice:
FCPs provide expert advice on managing MSK conditions effectively.
Patients receive guidance on self-care, exercises, and lifestyle modifications.


Ms Hodkova has been at Carepoint since 2019 and excels in the administrative duties with regards to patient liaison and management

Reception Team

Reception and Administrative teams provide an important link for patients with the practice and are your initial contact point for all enquiries. Our staff are fully trained to help you, and will require some information about your medical problem to help them better direct you. They can provide information on services and results and direct you to the right person depending on your health issue or query. They also perform important tasks such as issuing repeat prescriptions and dealing with prescription enquiries, dealing with financial claims, dealing with patient records and carrying out searches and practice audits.