An Introduction To The Hawthornden Surgery
There is a long and celebrated history of family doctors at Hawthornden Surgery. Founded in 1895 by Dr Francis Gibbs the following doctors have served the local community, including a father and son who between them completed a total of 100 years of general practice:
Dr Selbourne Bailey 1911-1968
Dr Vaudrey Mercer 1934-1946
Dr Alison "Joe" Bailey (son of Selbourne) 1943-1986
Dr Lloyd Parry 1965 - 1996
Dr Fergusson 1967-2000
Dr Tanveer Hussain 1997 -2015
The current Partners are:
Dr Sarah Buxton (1992),
Dr Mike Wolfin (1996), Dr Peter Newman (2000)
Dr Sarah Abbas (2012), Dr Maneeza Siddiqui (2015)
Dr Pavan Bhargava(2016)
Named Allocated GP
Patients have a named allocated GP.
You can contact the surgery to find out who this is.
We are dedicated to providing an effective primary care service to ensure that our patients receive the highest quality of medical care and attention within the National Health Service.
Our primary care team consists of the general practitioners supported by our two practice nurses, a healthcare assistant, two phlebotomists, plus a team of district nurses, school nurses, health visitors and a community midwife who are attached to the practice.
We are part of the Chiltern Clinical Commissioning Group, which is an association of 34 local GP practices, working together to improve healthcare services for our 320,000 patients.