Dr Chafer qualified from the Royal Free hospital London in 1980 and has been in General Practice since 1986.
He has clinical interests in Gastroenterology and General medicine and holds two sessions a week as a specialist hospital practitioner in general medicine and is an endoscopist at the Luton & Dunstable hospital.
He is also one of the doctors responsible for overseeing the training of the practice's GP Registrar and has interests in teaching communication skills.
He is married to a Macmillan Nurse and he is a proud grandfather.
His interests and hobbies include Communication Skills, Information Technology and all types of music (though he cannot get into Rap yet!). His wife would like him to do a little more decorating.
His qualifications are MBBS Royal Free Hospital, London 1980; DCH, DRCOG and FPCert; MCRP (UK) 1984; MRCGP 1986.
Dr Cashyap has been at Davenport House since 1990 and enjoys all aspects of general practice, but has a special interest in Women’s Health, particularly in Contraception and the Menopause. She also does some Acupuncture.
In addition, she is a Trainer within the practice, and Appraiser for GP’s in the area. Her hobbies include reading, cookery and music.
She is married with two grown up children.
Her qualifications are MBBS, DRCOG, DCH, FP Cert, Dip Med Ed, and the MRCGP.
Dr Thenuwara joined the practice in October 2006 as a full time replacement for Dr Harris. He qualified from St Georges Medical school in 1998 and has been a general practitioner since 2003.
His Qualifications include MBBS MRCGP DCH. He has a special interest in Dermatology and is keen to develop this further. He is also involved in clinical research for The National institute for health research.
He is married with 3 children. His hobbies include viewing art, enjoying fine wines and playing many sports although tennis is his passion. His wife claims his best sport is avoiding housework.
Having qualified from Newcastle University, Dr Mallott moved to North London to complete her postgraduate exams and General Practice training. During this time she worked mainly at the Whittington Hospital in Archway and also undertook additional qualifications in women and children’s health. Her qualifications include MB BS, MRCGP, DCH. DRCOG. Her additional qualifications enable her to fit both contraceptive coils and implants.
For the last few years Dr Mallott has been working as a GP in North London but is now excited to be moving to the area with her husband and their young daughter. Having grown up in Norfolk she is looking forward to being surrounded by more countryside, although she still plans to visit London for theatre and socialising with friends!