Doctors and Staff

The Doctors

Dr Rohit Shaunak

I trained at St George’s Medical School (University of London) and qualified in 1987. I have been a GP in Staines since 1992.

Zoe Griffiths

Dr Zoe Griffiths

I qualified in 2003 from Guy's, King's and St Thomas' (London) having previously completed a Degree in Biochemistry (Southampton) and a Doctorate in Genetics (Oxford).

Dr Renal Patel

I trained at Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ School of Medicine and qualified in 2001.

Dr Arrthy Ramachandran

I qualified in 2003 from Imperial College School of Medicine, London.

Dr Ome Nwanze, Associate GP

I qualified in 2002 from the University of Lagos, Nigeria and finished my Family Medicine Residency in New York, USA.

Dr Ashkan Bagheri MBBS, Associate GP

I qualified from St Georges University of London in 2011 and entered the GP Specialist register in August 2018

Practice Nursing Team

Jennie Stone (Nurse Prescriber), Stephanie Stevenson (Practice Nurse), Caroline Hamper (Practice Nurse) & Louise Farley (Practice Nurse) form our strong team of nurses and Debbie Bates Healthcare Assistant.

Jennie StoneNurse
Jennie Stone

Stephanie Stevenson

Louise Farley

Caroline Hamper

HCA Debbie Bates


Between them, our nurses run Asthma, COPD, Diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease, travel, dressings, baby immunisation and of course, seasonal flu clinic. The full range of specialist clinics run by our nurses and doctors is listed on the clinics page
of this website.

Practice Staff

Practice Manager

Our manager, Annie Crowhurst, handles our administration, service planning, policies and procedures, supported by Louise Curran, Assistant Practice Manager.

Surgery Team Leaders

Debbie Rickards and Lyn Elderfield manage our team of receptionists and organise all the day to day functions of the surgery.


Our team of receptionists will be happy to register you and your family, assist you in making appointments with any of the clinical team, deal with repeat prescriptions and answer as many of your questions as possible. They do a difficult job very well. Please remember that if you do need to be kept waiting or seem to be asked one or two irritating questions, they are only carrying out our instructions to them to help the practice run smoothly. They try to keep both the patients and the doctors happy. This is not easy - please be patient!

District Nurses

Patients who are confined to their homes and who need nursing assistance may arrange with their doctors for a community nurse to call. The hospital will normally arrange for a nurse to call on patients discharged early and who still require nursing treatment at home.

Health Visitors

Our health visitors can give advice on health care, particularly for expectant mothers and small children. If you have a problem affecting your health they can put you in touch with sources of help. To contact them phone 01784 883638 or 883636.


We are fortunate to have medical students attached to our practice for short periods. If you do not wish to have the student present during your consultation, please inform the reception staff prior to seeing the doctor.

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