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The GPs at Hampton Wick Surgery provide excellent NHS Primary Care services to the local population in Hampton Wick. We have a number of male and female GPs who each have their own speciality. When booking your appointment you may be asked what it would be regarding. This is so the medical administrator can direct your appointment to the most appropriate GP who may have speciality knowledge in that area. Please feel free to say 'private' if you are unable or not willing to discuss the reason for your visit over the telephone. The Doctors work various different days so please call the surgery to find out when each doctor is available.

Dr Kieran O’Flynn (Senior Partner) (m)


Dr O'Flynn qualified from University College and the Middlesex Hospital Medical School in 1990, completing his GP training at Hampton Wick Surgery with Dr Russell. He became a GP partner in 1997. As a GP trainer he takes responsibility for training the GP Registrars who are attached to the practice. In addition to his duties at Hampton Wick Dr O'Flynn is the Medical Director of the Richmond GP Alliance (RGPA), which is the federation of all 28 GP practices in Richmond. He also works as a GP with Specialist Interest in Minor Surgery at Teddington Memorial Hospital and at the Shooting Star Children's Hospice in Hampton. He is married with 2 children.

Dr Katherine Moore (Partner) (f)


Dr Kate Moore qualified from St George's Hospital, London in 1992. She trained locally as a GP at West Middlesex Hospital and at Hampton Wick Surgery. Dr Moore joined Hampton Wick as a partner in 1998. She enjoys all aspects of general practice but her special interests include Child Health and immunisations, Mental Mealth problems and Women's Health. Dr Moore holds MRCGP and is also involved in teaching medical students. She is married with 3 children and lives locally.

Dr Sheetal Patel (Partner) (m)


Dr Sheetal Patel qualified from the University of Cambridge in 1998. He trained initially as a surgeon in London before completing his GP training at St. Peters Hospital and The Abbey Practice in Chertsey. He joined Hampton Wick Surgery in 2008 and became a partner in 2010. Dr. Patel enjoys all aspects of general practice with special interest in Surgery, Urology, Men’s Health and Diabetes. In addition he undertakes the training of students associated with the practice. Further to his duties at the surgery, Dr. Patel also sits on the Local Medical Committee (LMC) and works at the Shooting Star Children’s Hospice in Hampton. He is married with 2 children and lives locally.

Dr Heather Bryan (f)


Heather Bryan joined the Hampton Wick Surgery in 2014. She undertook her medical studies at the University of Cambridge and SGUL, qualifying in 2005. In the interm, she has worked at Kingston Hospital and St Peters Hos[ital, as well as in practices in Surrey and Berkshire for her GP vocational training. Dr Bryan enjoys all aspects of General Practice and has undergone additional training in Dermatology, Women's Health and Minor surgery. She has a special interest in Medical Education, has recently qualified as a GP trainer and supervises Medical and Physician Associate students in the practice.

In a former life, Heather completed BA and Masters degree in Politics and Philosophy (University of Delaware, Brown University) and has a keen interest in policy as it relates to medicine.She currently holds a post with the Richmond Clinical Commisioning Group, representing Hampton, Twickenham and Teddington GPs as Clinical Network Lead. Heather is a UK/USA dual national, lives in Richmond borough, is married and has three children of primary and secondary school age 

Dr Neil Browning (m)


Dr Browning has lived in Teddington for most of his life. Before studying medicine, he first chose physics and engineering and then worked in oil exploration. Spending much of his engineering career based in Aberdeen, Scotland. He then changed career to study medicine at St. Georges Hospital in Tooting and followed this with hospital work in Kingston and Croydon. Dr Browning has ten years experience working in general practice in and around SW London. Particular interests include student teaching, mental health, public health, and family planning. In his spare time he enjoys participating in the 5km Park Run.

Dr Sarah Wynn-Jones (f)
Dr Christopher Williams (m)
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