70 Gregories Road
Bucks, HP9 1PS
Elm Road, Penn
Bucks, HP10 8LQ


Doctors at The Simpson Centre

Dr Moona Rakhit 
Managing Partner, women’s health, family planning, development health, premises development.
London (1989) MBBS, MRCGP, DFFP     

Dr Matthew Robinson 
Diabetes, mental health, clinical education, registrar training.
Newcastle (2004) MBBS, MRCGP              

Dr Johanna Layng 
Elderly care and dementia, diabetes, urgent care.
BSc Psychology MBBS (UCL), DGM, DRCOG, MRCGP      

Dr Kate Grint 
Musculoskeletal, joint injections, evidence based medicine, teaching, women’s health. 

Dr Rachel Calver 
Dermatology Speciality Doctor at Stoke Mandeville BHT, family planning.

Dr Louise Carter
Palliative care, women’s health, paediatric allergies.

Dr Gemma Nott 
MBBS (London 2007), BSc (Hons), MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH

Dr Safian Younas
Medical Education , Child health
MBBS 2014 MA( Cantab) MRCGP PGDip (MedEd)
University of Cambridge and Imperial College London

Dr Samantha Watts
Elderly care Mental health
BMBS MRCGP (Brighton and Sussex ) 2010

Dr Amandeep Grewal
Research GP Trainer
MBBS Imperial College 2002 MRCGP PGCME

Doctors at Penn Surgery

Dr Dominic Wood 
Practice clinical research lead, Practice CCG locality lead, FedBucks Director. 
London (2002) MBBS, BSc(Hons), MRCGP, DCH

Dr Faye Boundy 
Women’s health, child health. 
Bristol (2010) MBChB, MRCGP, DRCOG        

Dr Ashok Aggarwal         
Diabetes, teaching and training, RCGP examiner.
Liverpool (1989) MBChB, FRCGP, DCH

Dr Annabel Whitehouse
Women's health Palliative care
MA BMBCh MRCGP DFSRH Oxford (2012)


Our practice nurses see patients by appointment only. They all undertake general treatment room duties, are involved in national screening programmes (Cervical Smears) as well as chronic disease management with routine hypertensive and chronic kidney disease reviews.

They can offer advice on numerous health topics including asthma, COPD, diabetes and heart disease prevention.

It is possible to request a telephone call from the practice nurse, depending on when the request comes in you will be contacted either the same day or the following day.

All our Registered Nurses are experienced and most have been with us for many years. They all run routine Practice Nurse Surgeries and they have all undertaken extended training and specialise in certain areas.

Find out more information regarding the Timetable for our Nursing team.

Debbie Carter
Senior Nurse

Debbie has had training in Cervical Cytology, wound & leg ulcer management, Travel Health & Immunisation. She has now completed the Asthma Diploma and is now seeing patients at both surgeries.

Rose Wriglesworth

Rose works across both sites and is further trained in Diabetes & is our Epilepsy specialist.

Liz Duncan

Liz is our Health Care Assistant who has had extra training to undertake phlebotomy, wound care, injections and basic health screening including blood pressure measurements & Spirometry. She also runs the NHS Health Checks for the over 50's.

Angela Bird

Angela, a very experienced community nurse, has joined the team as a HCA. She runs some NHS Health Check clinics and has joined the Diabetic Team undertaking the information gathering stage of the Year of Care Planning, Diabetes Clinics.

Ali Moffatt

Ali is a full time nurse at the Simpson Centre.

Sharon Bower 
Sharon works across Simpson Centre and Penn Surgery providing Blood Taking appointments on a Monday, Tuesday & Thursday Mornings (by appointment only).


Martin Pamington
Paramedic BSC hons IPSP
Supports the clinical team carrying out medical assessments in the surgery as well as in patients homes where there is a need.
Also delivers training in basic and advanced life support and is a Paramedic prescriber.

Practice Manager

Joan Wallace is our Practice Manager. She is responsible for the day-to-day management of the practice ensuring we deliver care to our patients in an efficient and effective way.

Receptionists and Secretaries

We have a team of administrative staff to deal with your enquiries and requests as efficiently as possible whilst respecting your confidentiality.

Community Nurses

The community nurses care for patients who need nursing at home and are based at The Marlow Health Clinic. They assess individual needs and visit accordingly. They can arrange services e.g. Home care, for the disabled and elderly.  New patients will require a referral.

They can be contacted on Telephone number 01628 482292.


The practice has access to an NHS physiotherapy service, based at a new treatment centre in Cressex with various satellite venues. The service aims to see patients within 20 working days.

In addition they have a Musculoskeletal Service staffed by therapists and physicians for the more complex cases.

If your problem is not covered under NHS treatment, or you wish to have a more convenient of timely service for any reason, you may choose to go privately. Your GP or our receptionists will be happy to provide you with a list of local physiotherapy services. Please contact reception in the usual way.


Provision of podiatry under the NHS is unfortunately limited to those patients with a specific need e.g. foot deformity, complications from diabetes or orthopaedic problem. Please speak to your doctor or nurse about that service.
Note that nail-care is not provided on the NHS, however we are happy to provide you with information regarding local chiropodists. Please contact reception for information.


The practice is fortunate to have a visiting dietician for problems such as , eating disorders, obesity, high cholesterol and diabetes. Please see the nurse schedules or contact reception for further details. Note you will need to be referred to the service by your nurse or doctor.

Health Visitors

The health visitors facilitate health promotion and care for families, mothers and the elderly. 

Their office is at the Chalfont & Gerrards Cross Health Clinic.
Hampden Road
Chalfont St Peter

Telephone:  01753 888835