Dr Emma Rowley-Conwy
I has been living and working in Lambeth for over 30 years. I moved to the Exchange Surgery in 2003 and led on turning around the practice. I am married and have 3 grown up children, and is part of a large extended family spread across England and Wales. I am interested in maternal health, and enjoy doing the baby clinic. I take a clinical lead on epilepsy, patients with learning disabilities, and thyroid disease. But mostly I enjoy the variety that general practice brings with each consultation. Out of work I like going for a swim, and gardening at home and on my allotment.
Dr Helen Fowler
I have been a GP in South London for 20 years. After training in Lambeth I became a partner in Southwark for 8 years. I then lived in Japan for 3 years where I was involved in medical student teaching. I love my job for the variety and close patient contact and I hope that as GPs we can help people live healthier, happier lives. I have a special interest in skin diseases and have the Cardiff Diploma in Dermatology. When away from the surgery I enjoy playing tennis.
Dr Deborah Hipps
I joined the Exchange Surgery as a partner in 2008 from a salaried GP position in Fulham where I trained. I enjoy the variety and continuity of care we get in general practice so we can get to know our patients and their families over the years. I have a special interest in gynaecology and run a clinic for provision of long term contraception in the practice. I am also a GP trainer and enjoy the opportunity to guide doctors in their training to become GPs. When not at work I enjoy reading, spending time with my family and keeping fit with cycling surfing yoga and tennis.
Dr Iman Velji
Since graduating in 2004 I have worked in many places in London and also in Canada. In 2011 I started working at The Exchange Surgery as a locum and have been a partner now for 2 years. I have loved working as a GP and it is a privilege to be able to work so closely with patients. I am currently doing a diploma in mental health which I hope to use to improve the wellbeing of our patients. I have an interest in disaster and travel medicine and am spending August till November 2015 training with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in East Africa. In my spare time I enjoy yoga and meditation.