Practice Team


Dr Radu Burtan (m)
GP Partner - Doctor-Medic Bucharest (1986), DFSRH

Dr Sian Stanley (f)
GP Partner - MB MS London (1997), MRCGP

Dr Yasanthi Hunukumbure (f)
GP Partner - MB BS (1996) University of Ruhuna, DDMPC, DFFP, MRCGP

Dr Zohra Qureshi (f)
GP Partner - MB BS London (2009), MRCGP

Dr Afroze Sulthana (f)
GP Partner - MB BS Chennai (2000), MRCGP

Dr Henry Grundy-Wheeler (m)
GP Partner - MB BS MRCGP London (2006)

Dr Neema Jabbar (f)
Salaried GP - MB BS London (2003), MRCP MRCGP

Dr Lilian Sangobowale (f)
Salaried GP - MB BS 2009 Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) MRCGP

Nursing Team

Caroline Cowler (f)
Lead Nurse

Michelle Shanahan (f)
Advanced Nurse Practitioner/Lead Nurse

Janet Graves (f)
Practice Nurse

Jacqueline Lamers (f)
Practice Nurse

Cathy Smith (f)

Zoe Anderson (f)
Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Ioannis Papantonis (m)
Practice Nurse

Carly Langley (f)
Healthcare Assistant


Sarah Carter (f)
Practice Manager

Deputy Practice Manager

Victoria Menard (f)
Operations Manager

Karen Davidson (f)
Office Manager

Other Staff


Health Visitors

District Nurses


Community Psychiatric Nurses

Social Prescribers

Clinical Pharmacists

Training practice

The practice is accredited as a GP Training Practice. This means the Practice will have attached to it a qualified Doctor training to specialise in General Practice and each doctor will remain with us for a period usually of 18 months. You may therefore be offered an appointment with the GP registrar. By the time you see a GP registrar they will have spent at least 5 years at medical school to qualify as a doctor. Then they will have done 2 years working in hospitals (previously known as “house jobs”). They will then start a 3 year training programme to become a GP, during which they will spend 18 months in a training practice. So by the time you see this doctor they may well have been working as a doctor for 4 years.

As part of their training the GP registrars need to video record some of their consultations as part of their assessment. You may be asked by the receptionists if you would be happy to take part in this if you have an appointment with the GP registrar. At any time you are able to say “no” to being video taped and this will not prejudice the way your consultation is viewed or handled in any way. At the end of your consultation, if you don’t wish the tape to be used, you can state this and the tape will be erased. However please note that all videos are kept confidential and are destroyed when no longer required.

At any time if you do not wish to be seen by a GP registrar at your consultation please feel free to bring this to the attention of the receptionist or GP. At no time will this decision prejudice your care with us.

GP net earnings

All GP Practices are required to declare mean earnings (i.e. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.

The average pay for GPs working in the practice of Church Street Partnership in the last financial year was £39,864 before tax and national insurance.

This is for 7 part time GP’s and 4 locum GPs who worked in the practice for more than six months.