Dr Jeremy Harris   BSc (Hons), MBBS, DRCOG, FP Cert (IUCD), MRCGP  Dr. Jeremy Harris qualified at the London Hospital Whitechapel in 1985 and worked in obstetrics, gynaecology, chest medicine, paediatrics, mental health and A and E.  He is the senior partner of both NHS and Private practices within the group and has provided private services for our patients since 1989. He was a GP trainer and taught medical students for 20 years and now mentors our new partners and salaried GP’s. His other roles include Chair of Kingston and Richmond LMC.   He enjoys knowing his patients well and looking after their families. He is married with 4 children and 2 grandchildren. He was a past captain of Coombe Hill Golf Club and in addition enjoys baking bread, gardening and spending his holidays cultivating olive trees and one day wine.  Special interests: chest medicine, rheumatology, mental health and children’s medicine.

Dr Jeremy Harris

BSc (Hons), MBBS, DRCOG, FP Cert (IUCD), MRCGP

Dr. Jeremy Harris qualified at the London Hospital Whitechapel in 1985 and worked in obstetrics, gynaecology, chest medicine, paediatrics, mental health and A and E.

He is the senior partner of both NHS and Private practices within the group and has provided private services for our patients since 1989. He was a GP trainer and taught medical students for 20 years and now mentors our new partners and salaried GP’s. His other roles include Chair of Kingston and Richmond LMC. 

He enjoys knowing his patients well and looking after their families. He is married with 4 children and 2 grandchildren. He was a past captain of Coombe Hill Golf Club and in addition enjoys baking bread, gardening and spending his holidays cultivating olive trees and one day wine.

Special interests: chest medicine, rheumatology, mental health and children’s medicine.

Dr Vince Grippaudo   BSc (Hons), MBBS, DRCOG, MRCGP, FP Dip, Dip Occ Health  Dr Grippaudo qualified in 1990 and started working in General Practice in 1995. He joined The Groves in 2001 and is the Medical Director for the group.   He is the lead GP for Diabetes, Occupational Health and Prescribing. He has been a GP trainer for over 10 years and is involved in education of both doctors and students within the practice.  His other roles are with Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group and the South West London Alliance as clinical lead for Integrated Urgent Care. He lives in Kingston and is married with children. He enjoys wine tasting, growing vegetables on his allotment and eating out.   

Dr Vince Grippaudo

BSc (Hons), MBBS, DRCOG, MRCGP, FP Dip, Dip Occ Health

Dr Grippaudo qualified in 1990 and started working in General Practice in 1995. He joined The Groves in 2001 and is the Medical Director for the group. 

He is the lead GP for Diabetes, Occupational Health and Prescribing. He has been a GP trainer for over 10 years and is involved in education of both doctors and students within the practice.

His other roles are with Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group and the South West London Alliance as clinical lead for Integrated Urgent Care. He lives in Kingston and is married with children. He enjoys wine tasting, growing vegetables on his allotment and eating out.

 

Dr Vish Retnasingham   BSc, MBBS, MRCGP  Dr Retnasingham qualified at University College London in 2001 he also graduated with a BSC in Primary Care in 1998, his various hospital posts included elderly care,  psychiatry, paediatrics, obstetrics and gynaecology.  His other roles include safeguarding lead for the group, education lead for the group and training of  GP’s, junior doctors, district nurses and pharmacist practitioners.  He is also on the council of members for Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group.  He has developed expertise in mental health and paediatrics. He lives locally and is married with children and his main interests are sports of all kinds, and he enjoys travelling.   

Dr Vish Retnasingham

BSc, MBBS, MRCGP

Dr Retnasingham qualified at University College London in 2001 he also graduated with a BSC in Primary Care in 1998, his various hospital posts included elderly care,  psychiatry, paediatrics, obstetrics and gynaecology.  His other roles include safeguarding lead for the group, education lead for the group and training of  GP’s, junior doctors, district nurses and pharmacist practitioners.  He is also on the council of members for Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group.  He has developed expertise in mental health and paediatrics. He lives locally and is married with children and his main interests are sports of all kinds, and he enjoys travelling.

 

Dr Naz Jivani   MBChB, DCH, MSc Sports Med  Dr Jivani qualified from Liverpool Medical School in 1990 and has performed various hospital posts including obstetrics and gynaecology, general medicine, A&E, and was Senior Registrar in Paediatrics in the Alder Hey Children’s Hospital Rotation. His other roles include being the Chair Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group, South West London Clinical and MSK lead. He is a partner in the practice, designing patient care pathways and ensuring high standards of healthcare and innovation. He has developed an expertise in Musculoskeletal (MSK) Medicine, holding a Masters in Sports Medicine and currently works in the Orthopaedic Department at Kingston Hospital.  He is married and has a passion for sport and travel, and currently holds a private pilots licence for helicopters.   

Dr Naz Jivani

MBChB, DCH, MSc Sports Med

Dr Jivani qualified from Liverpool Medical School in 1990 and has performed various hospital posts including obstetrics and gynaecology, general medicine, A&E, and was Senior Registrar in Paediatrics in the Alder Hey Children’s Hospital Rotation. His other roles include being the Chair Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group, South West London Clinical and MSK lead. He is a partner in the practice, designing patient care pathways and ensuring high standards of healthcare and innovation. He has developed an expertise in Musculoskeletal (MSK) Medicine, holding a Masters in Sports Medicine and currently works in the Orthopaedic Department at Kingston Hospital.  He is married and has a passion for sport and travel, and currently holds a private pilots licence for helicopters.

 

Dr Shailey Agarwal   MBBS, DCH, DRCOG, DFFP, MRCGP, PGDipENT, CAA AME  I’m Dr Shailey Agarwal and work both as a General Practitioner (GP) and  Aeromedical Examiner (AME).  I have been fortunate enough to have an international background, born in the USA, brought up in the Middle East, and have ancestral roots in India.   I trained as a doctor at St George’s Medical School, London graduating with distinction in 2001. I continued my GP training in Guildford encompassing ENT, oncology, paediatrics, obstetrics/gynaecology, and geriatric rotations.  Over the last 15 years, I have worked in various NHS GP practices across Surrey and London in addition to working as a private GP at The Harley Street General Practice and Harley Street Health Centre.  My work over the years has particularly taken an interest in ENT, sexual health, and woman's health.  I have a real enjoyment and commitment to medicine but I also relish the outdoors, sport, and music.  I practice taekwondo martial arts with my two children and we enjoy traveling particularly to destinations with wildlife and nature. We ski as often as we can and in contrast to that, have a love for the desert.  On a more cultural side, I play the clarinet for relaxation.    I look forward to meeting you

Dr Shailey Agarwal

MBBS, DCH, DRCOG, DFFP, MRCGP, PGDipENT, CAA AME

I’m Dr Shailey Agarwal and work both as a General Practitioner (GP) and  Aeromedical Examiner (AME).  I have been fortunate enough to have an international background, born in the USA, brought up in the Middle East, and have ancestral roots in India. 

I trained as a doctor at St George’s Medical School, London graduating with distinction in 2001. I continued my GP training in Guildford encompassing ENT, oncology, paediatrics, obstetrics/gynaecology, and geriatric rotations.  Over the last 15 years, I have worked in various NHS GP practices across Surrey and London in addition to working as a private GP at The Harley Street General Practice and Harley Street Health Centre.  My work over the years has particularly taken an interest in ENT, sexual health, and woman's health.

I have a real enjoyment and commitment to medicine but I also relish the outdoors, sport, and music.  I practice taekwondo martial arts with my two children and we enjoy traveling particularly to destinations with wildlife and nature. We ski as often as we can and in contrast to that, have a love for the desert.  On a more cultural side, I play the clarinet for relaxation.  

I look forward to meeting you

Sam Harris   Sam has over 30 years of nursing experience with a special interest in travel vaccinations, childhood immunisations and respiratory disease.   

Sam Harris

Sam has over 30 years of nursing experience with a special interest in travel vaccinations, childhood immunisations and respiratory disease.

 

Dr Clare Armstrong   MBBS, RCGP, DFSRH  Clare has a special interest in female health and contraception.      

Dr Clare Armstrong

MBBS, RCGP, DFSRH

Clare has a special interest in female health and contraception.

 

 

Dr Amina Albeyatti qualified from Kings College London in 2008 and after several years working in General Surgery and Accident & Emergency moved into General Practice and qualified as a GP in 2018;  with a keen interest in surgery, women’s health and paediatrics. She is also involved in improving healthcare through technical innovation as the Head of Business development for MyClinic.com. 

Dr Amina Albeyatti qualified from Kings College London in 2008 and after several years working in General Surgery and Accident & Emergency moved into General Practice and qualified as a GP in 2018; 
with a keen interest in surgery, women’s health and paediatrics. She is also involved in improving healthcare through technical innovation as the Head of Business development for MyClinic.com.