Our Staff

GP Partners





Dr Aravindhan graduated from Birmingham Medical School and has been a partner at Glebelands practice since 2003. She has a special interest in Women's Health and Mental Health. She teaches junior doctors and medical students. She is also the learning disability lead and PCN Lead for the practice. She is passionate about promoting mental well-being and enjoys the variety and holistic aspect of General Practice. She is fluent in Tamil. Outside of work she likes playing badminton and cooking.



MRCGP UK (2009), MBBS, DRCOG, PG Diploma in Diabetes

Dr Bari has a special interest and a post graduate qualification in Diabetes. He performs therapeutic joint injections. Cardiology and Acute medicine are his other areas of special interest. Dr Bari is an accredited GP Trainer for the local GP training scheme and a GP appraiser. He is also crazy about Cricket

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Dr Bunney graduated from Cardiff University Medical School in 2014 and has a BSc in Psychology in Medicine. She has a special interest in women’s health and looks after our nursing home residents. In her spare time she enjoys running and yoga.




Dr Lauren Bolt grew up locally and graduated from King's College London in 2011, also winning the Jelf Medal. She has been working locally as a GP since 2016. Her special interests are womens' health having worked in a local community gynaecology clinic, and medical education teaching medical students at Bart's University and in the practice. Being a mum of two young boys, she is now becoming a specialist in Lego and also enjoys reformer pilates in her spare time.

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MBBS iBsc 2021

Dr Misra graduated from University College London in 2021, with MBBS and iBSC in Medical Sciences with Psychology. Since graduating, she has spent her F1 and F2 training years just south of Birmingham and has returned to London for GP training. In her free time, she likes to do yoga and swimming.




Dr Surtee graduated from University of Glasgow Medical School in 2018 and has a BSc in Biomedical Sciences. She did her Foundation Years in North West of England followed 2 years in General Surgery/ENT in Manchester. She is originally from Paris and her hobbies include hiking, surfing, spinning and currently training for a half marathon. She would like to specialise in Global Health & Women's Health as a GP.

The Nursing Team

Our Nursing team can help you with a variety of health issues. Our two Practice Nurses and our Advanced Health Care Assistant (AHCA) run review clinics for long-term health conditions such as Asthma, Hypertension and Diabetes. If you have any of these conditions, you will be invited in for review every year, to monitor your symptoms. Anyone joining the practice has a 20 minute New Patient Check with a member of the nursing team, in order to complete their registration with the surgery. They are all qualified to complete your NHS Health Check, monitor your Blood Pressure as well as offer Weight Management and Healthy Living Advice. As a team they can all also help with any Post-Operative Wound Care, Removals of Stitches and Change of Dressings. The whole team are also the queens of flu season, giving Flu Jabs and Covid Boosters to those who are eligible. In terms of Women's Health, our nurses also carry out routine Cervical Screening (Smear) Tests and give Long Term Contraception Injections. They also give routine Childhood Immunisations, Immunisations for Pregnant Women, Pneumonia Vaccinations, as well as NHS eligible Travel Immunisations for all the family. Julie (AHCA) is our Lead Phlebotomist. If you need to have your blood taken, this must be done during morning clinic. Julie also assists the GPs with Over 75’s Health Checks, Cancer Care Reviews, Mental Health Reviews and Carers Support.


Michele qualified as an RGN in 1983 at St Bartholomew's School of Nursing. She started practice nursing in 2008. During her time at Glebelands, Michele has enjoyed helping patients and working with a great team. She enjoys gardening, bird watching and playing the violin in her spare time.


Jami qualified with a BSc in Health and Social Care from Roehampton University and a BSc in Paediatric Nursing from the University of West London. She specialises in General Practice nursing, Paediatric nursing, Neonatal care, Health Promotion and Psycho-Social Physiology of Health. She has a keen interest in patient centred care and collaborating efforts to ensure the best possible outcomes. Jami is a mum of three, a novelist and enjoys arts and crafts and spending time with her family.


Julie is our Healthcare Assistant. She has worked at Glebelands since 2008 and qualified as Healthcare Assistant in 2015. Her job is very varied including BP, Asthma and Diabetes reviews, NHS Health Checks, New Patient Checks, Wound Care, B12 injections, flu and pneumonia vaccinations. Julie is currently completing an Advanced Healthcare Assistant training course which she is enjoying very much and hopes to be fully qualified by the beginning of September 2023. Personally, she enjoys spending time with her family and her little sausage dog Frankie. She also enjoys cooking but "the jury is out as to if I'm any good at it!"

Clinical Pharmacist

Their role is to work directly with clinicians, other health professionals, and patients to ensure that the medications prescribed for patients are safe and effective. Overall, contributing to enhanced patient health outcomes and overall quality of primary care services. Responsibilities Outlined: • Provide a consistent process of patient care that ensures the appropriateness, effectiveness, and safety of the patient’s medication use. This is through conducting comprehensive medication reviews (SMR’s). • Consults with the patient’s physicians and other health care providers to develop and implement a medication plan that can meet the overall goals of patient care established by their health care team. • Collaborate with patients to address any concerns, side effects, or difficulties related to their medications. Providing recommendations for medication adjustments, additions, or discontinuations (as needed). • Educate patients on their medications, including proper administration, potential side effects, and the importance of adherence. • Contribute to the development and implementation of protocols and guidelines to enhance medication safety.



Bilal graduated from University College London and qualified as a pharmacist in 2015. He worked as a community pharmacist until 2020 when he joined the GP workforce. Bilal has an interest in long term condition reviews including Asthma, Hypertension and Diabetes. He enjoys travelling abroad, learning new cultures and cuisines.



First Contact Physiotherapist (FCPs)

A First Contact Physiotherapist is for patients experiencing any musculoskeletal (MKS) issues without having approached their GP first. They are an in-house specialist physiotherapist service that plays a pivotal role in the early assessment, diagnosis, and management of patients with MSK conditions. They provide a faster and expert diagnosis that may include referrals to hospital services, ordering tests and writing prescriptions. Their role is to help patients improve their mobility and regain their independence/confidence after an injury or operation, or as a result of ageing or a disability. Responsibilities Outlined: • FCPs will assess patients, diagnose, treat, and manage musculoskeletal (MSK) problems and undifferentiated conditions (where a patient attends an appointment to be diagnosed for the first time). • Provides patients with direct access to physiotherapists, without the need for a prior assessment or referral from a GP. • Develop personalised treatment plans, incorporating evidence-based physiotherapy interventions to address patients' specific needs. • Educate patients about their musculoskeletal conditions, providing information on causes, prevention, and self-management strategies. • Collaborate with patients to set realistic goals for recovery and improvement. • Collaborate with other healthcare professionals, this may include GPs and other specialists, to facilitate timely referrals when necessary. • Prescribe therapeutic exercises to improve strength, flexibility, and overall functional capacity.



Practice Management


Steffi joined the practice in 2011 and has been Practice Manager since 2012. She has a background in Finance, having worked as a Fund Manager in the City previously. Her main role at Glebelands is keeping the GPs in order and maintaining our high standards. She loves to travel, enjoys cooking and watching sport. She is also a theatre buff and a loyal Spurs fan, and keeps fit by playing as much golf as General Practice will allow!

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Social Prescriber

The Social Prescriber Link Worker specialises in connecting patients with non-medical resources and community based support. They are a vital member of the healthcare team, dedicated to understanding patients social, emotional and lifestyle needs through establishing a relationship built on trust and open communication. Their role is to provide a personalised care approach for patients navigating through the vast array of social support services. Overall, their role aims to improve patient’s health and well-being and to enhance their quality of life aiding in the development of resilience within oneself. • Conducts holistic assessments that explores what matters to the patient and supports people to unpick complex social issues affecting their health and wellbeing. Examples include, housing, employment, social isolation or financial concerns. • Help connect people to community groups and help the person to develop skills, friendships and resilience. • Acts as a bridge between healthcare providers and community organisations, ensuring a seamless flow of information and support. • Empower patients to take an active role in managing the factors effecting their social and/or lifestyle. • Provide emotional support and encouragement to patients as they navigate social challenges. • Participate in multidisciplinary team meetings to discuss patient progress and adjust social prescriptions as needed. • Track and monitor patient engagement with prescribed social activities and resources. • Evaluate the impact of social prescriptions on patient well-being and provide feedback to the healthcare team.



Care Co-Ordinator

The Care Coordinator plays a crucial role in ensuring seamless and coordinated care for patients. Their role is to act as a liaison between patients, healthcare providers and other services. The Care Coordinator provides a personalised care approach for patients, optimising patient care experiences, supporting patients who are not confident or able to navigate support independently, contributing to improvements in patient health outcomes throughout their healthcare journey. Their role is essential in fostering positive health outcomes and empowering patients to make informed decisions/actively participate in their own care.



• Coordinate patients care and support needs identified via thorough assessments, explores the options to meet these in partnership with the patient. These could include physical, emotional and social aspects, such as, navigation through the system regarding appointment scheduling, and accessing support services (i.e. financial assistance). • Developing personalised care plans in collaboration with the patient and their appropriate healthcare team, addressing specific challenges. • Ensuring to provide relevant information and resources for patient’s needs. Educating patients on their health condition/s, treatment options and self-management strategies. • Ensuring patients are well informed of their treatment plans and upcoming appointments (such as Cancer Care Assessment). • Coordinate and collaborate with healthcare providers. Ensuring interdisciplinary care via information flow with various healthcare providers involved in the patients care. • Monitoring and evaluating the care delivered. • Ensuring timely and appropriate interventions, making adjustments to care plans through regular follow ups as necessary.