|Dr Miranda Roberts (f)|
Dr Roberts joined Lister Medical Centre as trainee in 1990, after having done several hospital training jobs including Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Geriatrics, casualty and 2 years Mental health training.
She liked it so much she stayed on to become a partner.
She has always worked part time and her special interests are Diabetes care, and Mental Health. She has taken an interest in Commissioning with a view to protecting and improving patient services (and preserving the workforce's sanity!) and has been appointed to sit on the CCG board.
She is married with 3 children. Her interests are sailing and the sea, tries to keep fit and would love to travel more!
|Dr Lola Ogbonnaya (f)|
Dr Ogbonnaya qualified from UCH, Ibadan, Nigeria in 1987. Before joining Lister Medical Centre in January 1999, Lola worked in General Practice in Bishop's Stortford.
Her interests include reading, travel and gardening.
|Dr Beata Grabaska-Kreiss (f)|
Dr Kreiss joined Lister Medical Centre at the beginning of November 2002. She was already an experienced General Practitioner having worked in that capacity for eight years.
Prior to entering General Practice, she spent a number of years in hospital medicine working in diverse specialities such as paediatrics; ear, nose and throat surgery; rheumatology; obstetrics and gynaecology; and geriatric medicine. Her hobbies include reading, the countryside and walking. Her "weakness" is a love of fashion.
|Dr Cyrus Fernandes (m)|
Cyrus qualified from Barts and The Royal London in 2001. He joined the practice in 2006, having been a salaried doctor for a year in nearby Ongar.
He is a full time partner. His main interests include GP education and Paediatrics. He is a GP Trainer and Primary Care tutor for Harlow and Epping. He is also the RCGP curriculum guardian for paediatrics.
Since 2011 he has also been chair of the local Children’s and Maternity programme board.
His hobbies include singing and supporting Liverpool Football Club.
|Dr Kate Tully (f)|
Dr Tully qualified from the London Hospital Medical College and has worked in various capacities as a GP in Harlow since 1990.
She joined Lister Medical Centre in September 2006.
Her medical interests include cancer, palliative care, research and medical education. She is a GP trainer, tutor and appraiser.
She is married with three children. Her interests outside medicine include church-based activities, reading, the theatre and cinema.
|Dr Faisal Sattar (m)|
Faisal qualified from Guy’s & St Thomas Hospital in 2000. He initially worked in Paediatrics and Paediatric Cardiology for 5 years after which he made the change to become a GP. Soon after qualifying as a GP, he joined the practice in January 2010. His interests have expanded into Adult Cardiology and he currently runs a Cardiology Clinic on a weekly basis in Barnet.
His other areas of interest within General Practice include joint injections and involvement in Practice Finance. His time outside the practice is mainly consumed by his four children which explains his tired look! He is a ¾ time partner.
|Dr Jeyaseelan Selvarajah (m)|
Jey qualified from Barts and The London Medical School in 2005. He joined the practice in January 2011 having completed his training at Lister Medical Centre. His main interest are medical education and is involved in teaching medical students from Barts and The London Medical school. He is also the joint lead in medicines management. His hobbies include part-time DJing, travelling and watching football.
|Dr Anusha Durairatnam (f)|
Anusha qualified from Guys and St Thomas Hospital. She joined the Lister Medical Centre in May 2012 as a full time partner, after having been a partner in South Essex. Her main interest is medical education. She is a GP tutor and Practice Lead in teaching medical students from Bart's and the London Medical School. She is also the Research Lead at the Practice and has an interest in dermatology and family planning.
Her hobbies include travelling and keeping fit.
|Dr Olamide Savage (f)|
|Dr Pratheep Suntharamoorthy (m)|
|Dr Thilani Dias (f)|
|Dr Ilavarasi Sivakkolunthu (f)|