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Belgrave Medical Centre, 13 Pimlico Rd, London, SW1W 8NATel: 020 7730 7030
BSc (Hons) MRCP MRCGP
The senior doctor at the practice, Dr Muir has been at the Belgrave Medical Centre for 30 years as a family GP and has seen many patients grow up to have children of their own.
Dr Muir came to the practice from hospital posts in Oxford and London, including oncology, renal medicine and neurology. During her time at the Belgrave Medical Centre, Dr Muir has also worked as a Clinical Assistant in adult psychiatry, at the Royal Marsden Hospital in the Early Diagnosis Unit for breast cancer, and as an Honorary Research Fellow in Childhood Development.
Dr Muir currently teaches undergraduate medical students at Imperial College, London, and is an Appraisor for revalidation of her fellow GPs.
MBBS MRCGP DCH PGDiPClinDerm (Dist)
She is interested in dermatology and children's health and, runs our Baby Clinic.
BSc(Hons), MBChB, MRCGP, DSRH Dr Oley received a First in Pharmacology and is the Practice Prescribing Lead.
Vimi is very experienced. She came to this practice from community nursing, and has qualifications in wound care, travel medicine, child immunisation and safeguarding and chronic disease management. Vimi offers a holistic approach to patient care and is especially interested in elderly care assessment. Vimi is the practice lead for diabetes, in which she has a Diploma.
Lucy is a trained phlebotomist and healthcare assistant.
Muhebba is an experienced health care assistant
These front–line staff work in a busy environment and frequently have to deal with difficult and distressing situations. They are trained to help you and, in order to do so quickly and appropriately, they may have to ask for information about your condition or other personal details. They organise registrations, appointments, prescription requests, and various other matters such as passport signing. You can get your laboratory and x–ray results from them, in most cases, once the clinical staff have decided on what action , if any, is needed. You should let them know, in confidence, if your problem is urgent, so they can make sure you are seen quickly.
Bibi is Head of the District Nurse Team who visit housebound patients in their own homes, helping them to maintain their independence and recover from hospital admission. Patients with multiple problems may also be supported by a community matron.
Margaret looks after children under 5 years old. She visits after new births and performs regular developmental checks, as well as giving helpful advice on children's health and welfare. She can be contacted on 020 7641 7531.
MBACP – Karen is an experienced counsellor. She can offer a set number of sessions free of charge on Tuesdays at the surgery, after referral by the doctors. She will also accept private patients. Karen's sessions are completely confidential and nothing can be disclosed under BAC rules.
Specialist Stop Smoking Advisor
Lils is a specialist stop smoking advisor. She provides support to patients who want to give up smoking on Wednesdays from 17:00.