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Skyways Medical Centre, 2 Shelley Crescent, Heston, Middlesex, TW5 9BJTel: 020 8569 5688
M.B.,Ch.B (Dublin), BAO, LRCS (I), LRCP (I), MRCGP, DCH, DFFP, DRCOG
Dr Roohi Alvi qualified in medicine from the Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin. She completed her GP training at Northwick Park Hospital. She has previously been a GP Principal in Chiswick as well as a practicing GP in Isleworth and Kensington. She is also actively engaged with the Referral Facilitation Service in Hounslow CCG.
Dr Roohi Alvi has an interest in women’s and children’s health.
LRCP (Edin), LRCS (Edin), LRCPS (Glasg), MRCGP, ChM (Bristol) DFSRH FRCS (Edin)
After qualifying as a doctor in Scotland in 1996 Dr Talpahewa gained wide clinical experience in a number of clinical specialties (both surgical & non-surgical) working across NHS hospitals in Scotland & England. He qualified as a GP in February 2009 in London.
A stint as a research fellow at Bristol University resulted in a postgraduate Masters degree and several published scientific papers in international journals. Dr Talpahewa has also provided services to the DWP as an examining medical practitioner for benefits/disability assessment and also holds qualifications in surgery, substance misuse, family planning/female health, and genito-urinary medicine.
In his spare time Dr Talpahewa plays cricket for Eastcote Cricket Club as an opening batsman/wicket keeper and spends time with his family. His other interests include music and audiophile equipment, cars and collecting vintage Hornby/Triang toy trains. If you ever wonder how exactly to pronounce his surname, try 'tal-pa-hewa’ !
Dr Turner qualified from Sheffield University in 1977. In addition to general medical services he provides maternity and contraceptive services and has a particular interest in child health, skin diseases and heart disease. Dr Turner founded Skyways Medical Centre. He is now working at the practice on a regular part-time basis.
B.Sc. (Hons.), MBBS (Lond.), Ph.D (Lond.), FRCGP, FRAeS, DFFP, DIC, DOccMed, DRCOG , Pg Cert Dent Sed. & Pain Mgmt. (EDI)
Dr Samir Alvi qualified in medicine from University College London and then obtained a Ph.D from Imperial College London. He completed his GP training scheme via St Georges Hospital, London. He has previously been a GP Principal in Westminster and Surrey.
Dr Samir Alvi is a GP Appraiser, a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners and the Royal Society of Medicine. He has an interest in men’s health. He was previously an accredited GP Trainer.
GMC - 4295314 B.Sc, MB ChB, MRCGP, FNMC1 (Pathology), DCH, D Clin Derm
Dr Mak qualified as a doctor in 1981 and as a GP in 1998. He has an interest in Dermatology and Child Health. Dr Mak is a keen sportsman and nature lover.
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.
Practice Business Manager
Sanam DhaliwalReenamjot Saran