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These pages tell you about all our staff and their different roles. Elliott Hall Medical Centre is exceptionally well regarded as a practice that trains our future general practitioners to a very high standard.

All doctors are trained in all clinical areas and see all types of medical problems, so there is no need to see any particular doctor for their expert opinion.  If necessary we may ask colleagues who have a special interest for their input.  This is part of the collaborative and teaching ethos of Elliot Hall Medical Centre.

Sister Jenner is a nurse practitioner and independent nurse prescriber.  She can see a whole range of problems from a tummy upset to chest pain, emergency contraception to ear ache or flu-like illness.

For the smooth running of the practice and for the benefit of our patients it is essential we have a strong management team and this is ably provided by Marie our practice manager.  We have in addition, a team of receptionist staff that support the clinical and senior management team.


Dr Chris Jenner (m)

Dr Chris Jenner

Management Partner


Dr Chris Jenner joined the practice in 1989. He qualified at University College London. He has special interests in elderly care, case management for people entering the last phase of life, prescribing and teaching in general practice. Currently he is one of the Trainers in the practice and for 10 years was a Course Organiser on the Northwick Park GP training Scheme and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College.

Chris has an advisory role in supporting the development of services for older people in Harrow and Chairs the newly constituted "Virtual Ward".  The Virtual Ward supports practices in caring for patients with complex problems. Dr Jenner is a Senior Examiner for the Diploma in Geriatric Medicine (DGM) at the Royal College of Physicians. He is also actively involved in the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) sitting on the Fellowship Committee of the North and West London Faculty where he was the past Provost and Chairman. 

Chris is a keen Arsenal supporter and enjoys outdoor pursuits and can often be seen on his bike in the locality making his house calls!


Dr Ashok Kelshiker (m)

Dr Ashok Kelshiker



Dr Kelshiker joined the practice in  November 2002. He qualified at Manchester Medical School in 1993. He has special interests in dermatology, diabetes and elderly care. Dr Kelshiker is a GP trainer on the Barnet GP training scheme and he is also the co-lead for education for Harrow Clinical Commissioning Group. 


Dr Carly Szasz (f)


Partner- Maternity Leave (April 2020- April 2021)


Dr Szasz qualified from Brighton & Sussex University Medical School in 2009 and joined EHMC as an associate GP in 2014, having completed her GP training at the practice. In October 2018 she became a Partner at Elliott Hall Medical Centre.   She teaches undergraduate medical students from King's College London and has a special interest in patient safety and quality improvement. Dr Szasz is a medical student and F2 clinical supervisor. 

Dr Szasz is on maternity leave from May 2020 until April 2021

Dr Naomi Vaughan (f)

Naomi Vaughan

Associate General Practitioner


Dr Vaughan joined the practice in February 2003 having trained here as a GP registrar. She qualified from St Mary's Hospital, London (now Imperial College) in 1991. She has special interests in women's health and minor surgery, having previously worked as a surgeon whilst working in hospital.  Dr Vaughan also is the lead GP for Foundation Training in the practice and is the lead clinical supervisor for the FY2 doctors and GP Registrars attached to the practice.

Dr Lisa Francis (f)

Lisa Francis

Associate General Practitioner


Dr. Francis qualified at the Royal London Hospital in 1993 and after spending some time in hospital medicine, mainly specialising in obstetrics and gynaecology, she completed her GP training in Newham. Dr. Francis joined EHMC in May 2008 as part of the GP returner scheme on a part-time basis and now also teaches medicine in the community to University College London students.

Dr Tara Clarke (f)

Dr Tara Clarke

Associate General Practitioner


Dr Clarke qualified in 1999 and joined EHMC in 2015 having completed her GP training locally. She previously worked in epilepsy research in the USA and has an interest in teaching undergraduate medical students.


Dr Ujali Patel (f)

Ujali Patel

Associate General Practitioner

MBChB  MSc (Interdisciplinary Medicine & Engineering)

Dr Patel joined EHMC in August 2016 having qualified from Manchester Medical School in 2011 and went on to complete her foundation training in Barnet & Chase Farm NHS Trusts and East & North Hertfordshire NHS Trust.  She began GP training in Croydon in August 2013 and successfully obtained her MRCGP qualification in August 2016.  

Dr Shammi Sheth (m)


Associate General Practitioner


Dr Sheth joined EHMC in June 2017. He qualified from University College London medical school in 2011. Following on from foundation training in Oxford, he completed his GP training in Enfield and Haringey in August 2016. He has an interest in elderly care and medical education. 

Dr Dimple Shah (f)


Associate General Practitioner

MRCP, MA (Hons Cantab), MBBS, DRCOG

Dr Shah joined EHMC as a GP in August 2017 after completing her training under the supervision of Dr Kelshiker. She graduated from Cambridge University Pre-Clinical Medical School in 2009 and University College London Clinical Medical School in 2012. She completed her Foundation Training in the Royal Free and Lister Hospitals prior to completing her GP training. She has special interests in Medical Education, Quality Improvement, Psychiatry and Women's Health.

Dr Faruq Fazal (m)



I have returned to Elliott Hall Medical Centre in February 2019, following carrying out my registrar year here under the supervision of Dr Chris Jenner. I qualified from UCL Medical School in July 2013, and subsequently carried out my foundation years in the West Midlands, before returning to London to carry out GP training at Northwick Park Hospital. I have a keen interest in medical education and spend my Monday/Tuesdays working for the UCL Medical Education Consultancy, which works with universities overseas to assist them with developing their medical education curriculums.

Dr Harish Mistry (m)



Harish qualified from University College Hospital Medical School, London in 1981. He has just retired as a GP partner from a practice in Kenton  after nearly 32 years.

His interests lies in good quality basic medical care in general practice. Harish interests are embedded in education and was a GP trainer till 2016 and has been an undergraduate medical teacher since 1995. He is affiliated with Imperial College School of Medicine where he was an Honorary Senior Lecture in Primary Care. Harish is still an interviewer for ICSM medical school entry and an examiner for the 5th & 6th Year MBBS students. He also teaches students from University College London Hospitals in practice and at the department.He is an examiner at UCLH for 4th, 5th & 6th Year MBBS students.

He has been a Provost and Vice-Chair at the NWL Faculty of the Royal College of General Practitioners and is a member of their Fellowship Committee.

He was a joint GP Tutor based at Northwick Park Hospital from 1999 till July 2018 and ran a weekly educational meeting.He is a GP appraiser for NW London.

He is a keen follower of sports of all description. Harish will always champion for patients care at locality and other commissioning meetings.

Dr Sarah Nandlal (f)

Sarah Nandlal


Dr Sarah Nandlal qualified from St George's Hospital Medical School in 1997. She worked in hospital medicine as a physician for a number of years before completing her GP training in Oxford in 2004. She then worked as a GP and GP Partner in London until 2015, with a break in 2013 when she lived in the vibrant city of Shanghai. Dr Nandlal returned to General Practice in 2019 after maternity leave and joined Elliott Hall in 2020.

GP registrars

Our GP registrars are fully qualified doctors who are undertaking their speciality training to become fully-fledged GP's.  They have completed the hospital component of their training and are attached to the practice for a year under the supervision of an experienced GP trainer.

Dr Rumana Lasker (f)

Dr Rumana Lasker

Dr Lasker is a GP registrar training under the Barnet Hospital GP training scheme. She graduated  from UCL Medical school in 2013. Since then she has developed an interest in medical education and person centred care. She has a post-graduate diploma in Medical Education and hopes to complete the Masters in the future. In her spare time she sews to relax, sewing for both herself and her daughter.

Dr Sanjay Joshi (m)

Dr. Sanjay Joshi

I will be spending 1 year at Elliott Hall from August 2019 for my final year of GP training, under the supervision of Dr Vaughan. I graduated from University College London Medical School in 2015, and prior to this did a BSc in Physiology and Pharmacology. I have previously worked in Portsmouth Hospital and Northwick Park Hospital.

Foundation Year 2 Doctors

These are fully qualified doctors who are rotating through a 4 month placement in General Practice as part of their 2 year foundation training programme.  They are supervised by an experienced GP trainer in the practice.

Dr Janany Theivendran (f)


I am in my second year of my GP training and will be spending 6 months at Elliot Hall Medical Centre from February 2020 under the supervision of Dr Jenner. I graduated from St George's University of London in 2016 and I also did a an intercalated BSc in Physiology. I have previously worked at Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Northwick Park Hospital.

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