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Doctors and Staff

The Partners

Dr Michael Choong
Registered 1993

Trained at University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia and qualified in 1992. He and his wife both work at the practice and have two sons. He worked at Farnborough Hospital and did his general practice training locally before joining the practice in 1996. He attained his membership with the Royal College of General Practice in 1995. Special interests in diabetology, cardiology, internal medicine, minor surgery, joint injections and acupuncture.
Dr Elizabeth Brander
Registered 1991

Grew up in Bromley and trained at King's College Hospital, London and qualified in 1990. She did her GP training in Devon before returning to Bromley and joined the practice in 1997. Special interests in gynaecology, genito-urinary medicine, family planning, palliative medicine, cardiology, men's health and child health.
Dr Nicola Pascall
Registered 1998

Trained at Southampton Medical School and qualified in 1997. She did her GP training in Bromley and joined the practice in 2001. Her special interests are child health, dermatology, women's health and family planning.
Dr Supriya Roy
Registered 2001
Born and raised in Solihull, West Midlands. He trained at University College London (UCL) Medical School and qualified in 2000. After working for six years in cancer treatment hospitals within Greater London, he then completed a three year GP vocational training scheme. After that he became a full time GP in central London for a further three years before joining the practice in January 2013. His special interests include cancer care, chronic pain, lung conditions, men’s health, ENT and gastroenterology..

The Doctors

Dr Beverley Choong
Registered 1992

Grew up locally and trained at Guy's Hospital Medical School, London and qualified in 1991. She joined the practice in 1996. She is married to Dr Michael Choong and they have two sons. Special interests in child health, women and sexual health, family planning, IUD and implants. Dr Choong mainly works term times. She is also a trainer in contraception and sexual health.
Dr Naziah Qureshi
Registered 2000

Grew up in Bromley and trained at King’s College Hospital, London, qualifying in 1999. She did her GP training at Queen Mary’s Hospital, Sidcup. She is married with children. She joined the practice in 2006. Her special interests are women’s health, family planning, dermatology and child health and education.
Dr Teresa Wilson
Registered 2006

Grew up in Surrey and trained at Cardiff UWCM, qualifying in 1998. She is married with children. Teresa joined the practice in January 2013. Her special interests include psychiatry, dermatology and ENT.
Dr Victoria Baker
Registered 2004

Trained at the University of Southampton, qualified in 2003. She completed her vocational training in Sidcup. Her areas of interest are child and women's health and family planning.

Nurse Practitioner

Rachel Simo RGN BSc (Hons), Dip Asthma, Dip Diabetes

Trained at York and Scarborough College of Midwifery and Nursing. Joined the practice in 2000. Special interests in diabetes, coronary heart disease, asthma and minor illnesses. She is married with two children.

Practice Nurse


Karen Landers RGN BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing - PGCert General Practice Nursing

Karen studied at the University of Greenwich, London to gain her nursing registration with further training at Kings College London, and Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital Trust. She also completed her specialist practice nursing training at London South Bank University. Special interests are in respiratory medicine where she has worked as a Junior Sister in respiratory medicine and general medicine.

Karen joined the practice in 2020.


Mrs Bola Ogunremi RGN BSc (Hons), Dip Asthma, Dip Diabetes
Trained at Kings College London and London South Bank University in Nursing and Midwifery, qualifying as an RGN in 1998 and RM in 2001.
Special interests are in Asthma, COPD, diabetes, hypertension, women's health as well as Public Health where she has worked as a cardiovascular disease prevention nurse since 2009.‚Äč
Bola joined the practice in 2019.

Practice Staff

Practice Manager

Mrs Rebecca Green has been working at the practice since January 2013. She is available by telephone or appointment to assist you with any administrative queries, problems or questions concerning the practice.

Receptionists And Clerical Staff

Donna Evenett Olivia Timon Lesley Jones
Eileen Warwick Sally Begley Rachel Martin
Karen Rees Stella Hill Sarah Watkins
Linda David Suzanne Smyth Jennifer Curry
Liz Baker Teressa London Nicola Forwood 
Lynne Pettet Delores Wolliston

 Audrey Gaskell

Ann Cope    

Social Prescriber Link Workers

Kerry Kelleher   Karise Berry

Your social prescribing link worker can talk to you about a problem you have or a change you would like to make. If you’re feeling stressed by work, money, housing or loneliness, or if you’d like to make some lifestyle changes to help you manage a health condition, ask your GP or a member of the practice team to refer you for social prescribing.  Your link worker will give advice, information and encouragement and connect you with suitable local services to support you.


Attached Staff

Health Visitor

Oxleas have started to provide the 0 to 4 Health Visiting service from Monday 2nd October 2017. The new service will offer Health Advice sessions and/or developmental checks with health visitors or nursery nurses in all the Children and Family Centres across Bromley. Our health visitor is based at the Mottingham Clinic, Kimmeridge Road, Chislehurst and is
employed by Oxleas NHS Trust. They can be contacted for help and advice on 020 8836 8621 Bromley Health Visiting Team (option 1).

Community Midwife

You can now self-refer for ante-natal services via the relevant hospital’s website, there is no need to see a GP for this. Community Midwifes provide antenatal care at Princess Royal University Hospital, Orpington Hospital, Queen Mary’s Hospital, Sidcup, and Beckenham Beacon. Our community midwives also give antenatal care at local GP surgeries and children’s centres. For first appointment queries please call: 020 3910 7290.

Antenatal clinics:

  • Princess Royal University Hospital: tel 01689 863560/1
  • Beckenham Beacon: tel 01689 866640
  • Orpington Hospital community midwives: tel 01689 864818
  • Queen Mary’s Hospital, Sidcup, community midwives: tel 020 3910 7290

The doctors also provide maternity medical services in normal surgeries and offer shared ante-natal care with the local hospitals. Post-natal care is offered by appointment for the eight-week check with a practice nurse followed by one of the doctors.

Community/District Nursing Service

Our district nurses are based at The Willows Clinic, Red Hill, and provide nursing for the housebound and terminally ill. They can be contacted by ringing 020 8315 8731. They also run a leg ulcer clinic on Wednesday mornings. They are employed by Bromley Healthcare.

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