Dr Donya Young
MB BS, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP
Qualified at King’s College Hospital, London in 1985. Worked at local hospitals before joining the practice in 1989.
She is a member of the Local Medical Committee and a GP Governor at Bromley Healthcare the local community social enterprise organisation.
She is married with two children.
Dr Adelaja Mustapha
MB BS, MRCOG, MRCGP, DFFP
Trained at University of Ibadan and qualified in 1986. Worked as an Obstetrician in Cornwall, London and Wales before coming into General Practice in 2001.
Worked in a group practice in Conwy, Wales before joining this practice in 2002.
Dr Matthew Young
MB BS BSc DRCOG MRCGP MA
Trained at Westminster Medical School and qualified in 1986.
He trained as a GP in Swanley and Orpington and worked at local hospitals including Croydon University Hospital and Queen Mary’s Sidcup.
He is additionally qualified in the management of substance misuse and works part time in the surgery and part time at the Maudsley Hospital.
He is honorary regional lead for the Royal College of General Practitioners Substance Misuse and Associated Health unit.
Dr Chinyere Ekhator
MB BS, MRCPCH, MRCGP
Trained at St Georges Medical School, London and graduated in 2002. Has maintained her links with St Georges as a GP tutor and Examiner for medical students, teaching communication skills courses such as ‘Breaking bad news’, ‘Presentation skills’ and ‘Resolving conflict’. Joined the Practice in December 2013 works one day a week. Her main clinical interests are Child Health and Medical Education. She is a member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and also the Royal College of General Practitioners.
She is married with “two energetic, adorable boys” who keep her busy during the rest of the week! In her spare time she works with a charitable organisation called Ascension Trust as a board member/director. She loves travelling and has been involved in several overseas charitable works in countries such as Uganda, Ghana, Antigua, India and Nigeria. She hopes to expand this list!
Dr Annika Singh
MB BS MRCGP MRCS
Dr Annika Singh qualified from King’s College London and prior to becoming a GP worked as a general surgeon in London, Bristol and Queen Victoria Hospital East Grinstead.
She has interests in diabetes, maternal mental health, sexual health and minor surgery. She also works in urgent care and is a mother to two young children.
RGN, NDN Cert., ENB
She has been with the surgery over 20 years, she qualified at Mayday Hospital in 1977. She then went on to train as a district nurse and later qualified as a Nurse Specialist Practitioner in General Practice Nursing. She has qualified as a nurse practitioner at London South Bank University 2008, and has completed the independent nurse prescribing course. She has an interest in asthma, diabetes and coronary heart disease.
She has worked in primary care since 2005 and has a vast hospital knowledge that enhances her role with us. She does childhood and travel immunisations, removal of stitches, dressings, cervical screening and monitoring of hypertensive patients.
June and Patricia provide specialist clinics in, Asthma, Diabetes, Heart disease and a Travel clinic providing advice & vaccinations. They also monitor chronic diseases, child immunisations and cervical smears.
Health Care Assistants
Vanessa is our Health Care Assistant and conducts new patient registration checks, NHS health checks and runs smoking cessation clinics and and NHS cardiovascular health checks as well as assisting the Practice Nurses with routine nursing duties blood pressure and weight monitoring.
The practice has six receptionists; Carolyn, Amanda, Stephanie, Gillian, Natalie and Bobby who deal with appointments, repeat prescriptions and any queries you may have.
Clinical Data Administrator
Lindsey Young deals with the administration and smooth running of the practice. She is available to deal with queries and complaints.
Visiting Health Professionals
Our midwife attends the Antenatal Clinic on alternate Fridays and provides care throughout pregnancy.
District Nurses and Community Healthcare
Our district nurses are from Bromley Healthcare and work in teams attached to the surgery and will visit your home if required.
- Community Matron: Jan Pasfield;
- Physiotherapist: Samantha Thom;
- Occupational Therapist: Carla Jefferson;
- District Nurses: Claire O'Reilly; Debbie Williams; Sam Williamson
They can be contacted through the surgery or directly at their base. Phone: 020 8462 9696 Fax: 020 8315 4879
A Health Visitor is a specially trained nurse who provides care and specialist advice for mothers and their children up to the age of five. Your health visiting service is dependent on whether you live in Bromley or Croydon. They can be contacted through the surgery or directly at their base.
Bromley: 020 8315 4867
Croydon: 020 8651 5122
The practice has a visiting counsellor, Suzan Flannery. She can be contacted through the surgery.
Support with depression, anxiety and low mood can also be obtained by self-referral to the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies service (IAPT).
Bromley: 0300 003 3000
Croydon: 020 3228 4040
If you are experiencing a crisis or need support:
- Call your GP or dial 111
- Call The Samaritans on 08457 90 90 90 (24 hours, 7 days a week, 365 days a year) or 01689 833000 (11am to 9pm)
- Call the Bromley Mental Health Crisis Team on 0800 458 2788 if you are known to the team and have a care co-ordinator
- Go to the Accident and Emergency (A&E) department at your nearest hospital.
Emergency advice is also available by contacting:
- National 24hr Domestic Violence Helpline 0808 2000 247
- Bromley Domestic Violence One-Stop Shop 020 8284 8870
- Bromley Samaritans 01689 833000
- Bromley Women’s Aid 020 8313 9303
- Women & Girls Network Advice Service 0808 801 0660
We are a training practice and medical students and nursing students attend the practice from time to time. We hope that you will co-operate with us and help the students to learn about general practice. However, you will be informed of their presence in advance, and if you do not want them to be present at a consultation, your wishes will be respected. This will not affect your treatment in any way.