MBBS DCH DRCOG MRCGP GMC Registration Number 3680887
Samina qualified from University College and Middlesex School of Medicine in 1993 and subsequently attained postgraduate qualifications in Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology and General Practice. After eight years’ experience as a GP in both the NHS and private sectors, she established The Harley Street General Practice in 2002. She has a special interest in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and worked for nearly five years as a Clinical Assistant in the Early Pregnancy and Gynaecology Unit at King's College Hospital, London.
Samina appeared on national television in Channel 5's third series of The Diet Doctors.
“‘Because I like helping people.’ That’s what I said at my medical school interview when they asked why I wanted to be a doctor, but it’s taken me many years to value what that truly means: being able to help someone in pain, all different types of pain, and the deep sense of fulfilment it gives me. I feel honoured to be a doctor, to have that unique relationship with so many people, and to be their trusted confidante in times of need.”
MBBS MRCGP DRCOG GMC Registration Number 3262948
Dr Lisa Cram qualified from Glasgow University in 1987. She has gained postgraduate qualifications in General Practice, Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Family Planning. She has a particular interest in Women's Health and currently divides her time as a GP between the NHS and the private sectors.
“As a busy working mother, I understand how busy and stressful life can be and the impact this can have on one's health. Hence I enjoy the health promotion aspect of General Practice and advocating a good life, work balance.”
BSc (Hons) MBBS MRCGP GMC Registration Number 7134387
Hussain graduated from St George’s University of London with a Merit in Clinical Practice in 2011. He trained as a GP in London, with experience in paediatrics, emergency medicine, rheumatology, sexual health, dermatology, neurology and rehabilitation. He has a special interest in academic education, paediatrics and emergency medicine. He was an Imperial College London GP tutor and examiner, and has developed Apps focused on innovative ways to deliver Medical Education. He is currently a Basic and Advanced Life Support instructor. He currently works in the private sector and as a NHS GP.
"General practice was the perfect career for me because I have a genuine interest in people. It is the only medical speciality that allows you to spend time getting to know a person and to help them along with their health choices rather than just treating "disease". I have met some truly inspirational people working as a GP who have taught me health management that isn't taught at medical school."
MBChB DRCOG MRCGP GMC Registration Number 7130113
Ronke graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2011 and subsequently completed her General Practice training at Imperial college London. She has a postgraduate qualification in obstetrics and gynaecology which is her specialist interest, and is working towards the DFSRH. Ronke works as a full time GP and divides her time between the NHS and the private sector. In her spare time she loves to travel around the world and keep fit.
"Variety is the spice of life, and this is what I love the most about general practice. You never know what will walk through the door with and no day is the same. I feel very privileged to have the job that I do and strive to have a positive impact on my patient’s lives. I also love learning and in the ever changing world of medicine this is something I have the opportunity to do on an almost daily basis."
MBChB MRCP MRCGP DRCOG GMC Registration Number 4711584
Dr Rebecca Stephenson graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2000. After completing junior doctor posts, she trained as a gastroenterology registrar in South East London before becoming a GP in 2006. She has attained postgraduate qualifications in general medicine, obstetrics and gynaecology, and general practice. Her particular interests are in gastroenterology and mental health but she is experienced in all areas of general practice and continues to work within the NHS sector in addition to practising privately at the HSGP.
“Being a doctor for me, is having the ability to develop relationships with people from all walks of life and through all stages of life. This, added to the never-ending opportunity to gain new knowledge and skills results in a uniquely privileged profession and one I never tire of.”