Dr Anup ShahDr Anup Shah has trained in a wide variety of medical specialities all over the UK and in Australia. He is a Member of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists and Royal College of General Practitioners. He has a keen interest in medical education and is passionate about Primary Medical Care. Outside of medicine he is an avid cricket and tennis fan and enjoys spending his time out of work travelling, reading and going to the theatre.
Dr Sammy GlekinDr Sammy Glekin graduated from Leeds University and completed his GP training in Watford. He enjoys all aspects of General Practice but is particularly interested in paediatrics, cardiovascular health and diabetes care. Dr Glekin tutors medical students through their paediatrics attachments and is interested in training future GP's.
Dr Jayna GadawalaDr Jayna Gadawala graduated from UCL University (2010) and completed her GP training in West London. She enjoys all aspect of General Practice. Dr Gadawala tutors medical students and would like to develop her role with the medical education in the future.
Dr Stephanie HannDr Stephanie Hann graduated from UCL medical school in 2014 and completed her GP training in Hertfordshire. She joined Highview originally as a GP registrar before taking up a salaried and then partner position. Dr Hann enjoys the variety general practice offers and has a particular interest in medical education and women's health. Outside of medicine she enjoys travelling, baking and spending time with friends and family.
Dr Emma Soloman – ST3 until August 2023
Dr Sarah Rasip – ST3 until August 2023
Dr Shafna Farook – ST3 until April 2023
Dr Kate Soffer – ST2 until February 2023 (she will then stay on for her ST3 placement)
Dr Veidika Chohan
Dr Rediet Wiebel
Registrars & Medical Students
Sediqa Amarkheli – ST1/2 until April 2022
Sara Jahangir – ST1 until April 2022
Shafna Farook – ST2 until February 2022 (she will then stay on for her ST3 placement until February 2023)
Publication of GP Earnings
NHS England require that the net earnings of doctors engaged in the practice is publicised, and the required disclosure is shown below. However it should be noted that the prescribed method for calculating earnings is potentially misleading because it takes no account of how much time doctors spend working in the practice, and should not be used to form any judgement about GP earnings, nor to make any comparison with any other practice.
GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.
The average pay, before tax and National Insurance, for GPs working in Highview Medical Centre in the last financial year was £51/237
The number of full time GPs that this relates to is 1.
The number of part time GPs that this relates to is 7.
The number of locum GPs working in the practice for over six months, that this relates to is 1.