Clinicians

Doctors

Dr Tom Coffey 
MRCP MRCGP DCH DRCOG

MB BSc London 1988

GP Partner (Male)

Pronouns: he/him

Dr Coffey was born in Tooting and went to school locally. He studied Medicine at Charing Cross and Westminster medical school. He graduated in 1988.

Initially, he worked in a number of hospitals in the UK and Australia. After 5 years he decided to train as a GP and came to Brocklebank in 1994.

He still works in A/E at Charing Cross Hospital. He does the minor operations in the practice. 

Tom has an interest in Sports Medicine. He is also an avid Chelsea FC fan and faced the misery of a 24hr trip to Moscow in 2008 only to watch his beloved team lose on penalties. Tom is married with 3 kids, 8 guinea pigs and a dog.

Dr Nicola Jones

MB ChB Sheffield 1990

GP Partner (Female)

Pronouns: she/her

Dr Jones was brought up in the north of England and has the accent to prove it. She has travelled widely, rock-climbed all over the world, dived where the water is warm and bravely joined Brocklebank in 1995.

She has an interest in cardiac disease and women's health and, as well as seeing patients, she is managing partner in the practice.

She has a passion for exercise and the outdoors, and spends her spare time convincing her three children to feel the same!

Dr Coen Beugelink

GP Partner (Male)

Dr Beugelink has lived in 3 countries and speaks 4 languages.

He is married with 3 kids and loves the outdoors.

He joined Brocklebank in 2000 and is now responsible for safeguarding children, teaching and the Warfarin service.

His clinical interests include urology, cardiovascular disease, paediatrics and mental health.

Dr Jane Duckenfield 
MRCGP

MB ChB Bristol 1999

GP Partner (Female)

Pronouns: she/her

Dr Jane Duckenfield graduated from Bristol Medical School in 1999. After completing her GP training in Bath she joined Brocklebank in 2004.

Her clinical interests include women's health, paediatrics and mental health. Outside work she enjoys spending time with her husband and three children.

Dr Bernard Ogoe

MB BS Southampton 2003

GP Partner (Male)

Pronouns: he/him

Dr Ogoe graduated from Southampton Medical School in 2003. He completed his surgical training at St. George's Hospital before embarking on a career in general practice.

He has been at Brocklebank since September 2009.

He has a passion for all sports and is a devoted fan of Tottenham Hotspur! He enjoys running marathons in various locations around the world and has now completed 18 marathons and counting!

He enjoys all aspects of general practice and has a special interest in Sports Medicine.

Dr Georgina Drewer

MB BS London 2002

GP Partner (Female)

Pronouns: she/her

Dr Drewer graduated from Guy's and St Thomas' in 2002. She initially worked in several hospitals in London, the South East and Australia specialising in medicine before becoming a GP.

She joined Brocklebank in 2009 from a practice in Dorking.

Outside medicine she used to enjoy  running, cycling and the outdoors as well as travelling to far flung places but now she has 3 young children.

Dr Anna Castledine

MB BS London 2003

GP Partner (Female)

Pronouns: she/her

 

Dr Caroline Scott

GP Partner (Female)

Pronouns: she/her

Based at St Paul's Cottage Surgery

Dr Scott joined St Paul's in April 2012. She originally trained in Newcastle-upon-Tyne and has since worked in both Australia and South Africa, before moving to London in 2010. Her clinical interests include paediatrics and women’s health.

Dr Ban Haider

GP Partner (Female)

Pronouns: she/her

Based at The Haider Practice

Special interests: paediatrics and genetics

Dr Emmanuel Baikie

MB BS University of Ibadan 1982

Salaried GP (Male)

 

Dr Farah Jamil

MB BS London 2002

Salaried GP (Female)

Dr Jamil graduated from Imperial College School of Medicine in 2002 and has been a GP in London since 2007. She has a special interest in women's health, family planning, and paediatrics.

She has 2 young children who keep her very busy and enjoys exercising and travelling.

Dr Agnes Kempny

Salaried GP (Female)

 

 

 

 

Nurse Team

Practice nurses are qualified and registered nurses. They can help with health issues such as family planning, healthy living advice, blood pressure checks and dressings. The practice nurses run clinics for long-term health conditions such as asthma or diabetes, minor ailment clinics and carry out cervical smears.

  • Jenny Butler (F)
  • Andrea Jones (F)
  • Pippa Jones (F)
  • Louise Roberts (F)
  • Nashama Blake (F)
 

Clinical Pharmacist

The clinical pharmacist team work alongside our doctors. They lead the medicines management and prescribing functions in our practice. You can book an appointment with the pharmacists to discuss any issues related to medications and minor illnesses. Pharmacists also carry out medication reviews if you have a long term condition.

Pharmacist appointments are available Monday to Friday during our normal opening hours

  • Ryan Benbow - Lead Clinical Pharmacist
  • Mandir Juttla
  • Henry Buadi
  • Paulina Laszczyk
  • Koosh Patel
 

Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.

  • Stephanie Slaughter (F)