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Personal Lists

At Milestone Surgery we have always valued the ongoing long-term relationship between the doctor and patient. We believe that this vastly improves the medical care of patients by being aware of the past medical history. The doctors here have therefore always had “personal lists” which means that almost always, patients will see their usual named GP each time they need to see a doctor. The only exceptions to this are when the doctor is unavailable due to holiday, training etc. This usual doctor is able to take responsibility for the coordination of all appropriate services needed for your medical care. You will be told who your usual doctor is when you register with us. If you are not certain who your usual doctor is, please feel free to ask and our staff will be more than happy to let you know.


Dr Glen Micklethwaite (m)

MB ChB DCH DRCOG MRCGP DFSRH University of Leicester 1987 

Joined the practice in 1991. 

Dr Nick Hughes (m)

MB ChB DCH MRCGP DFSRH Liverpool University 1984 

Joined the practice in 1994.  Held several posts in paediatrics and psychiatry before entering general practice.

Dr Dheshni Moodley (f)

MB ChB MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH University of Cape Town 1999

Joined the practice in 2011.

Dr Anirban Pal (m)

BSc (Hons), MRCGP, MBBS, McGill University, Canada 2004

Dr Pal joined us in October 2014. Prior to this Dr Pal worked at Milestone Surgery for the previous year as a GP Registrar.

Dr Abigail Inglis (f)

MBioc MBBS MRCGP St Georges Hospital, London 2006

Joined the practice in 2013.

Dr Georgina Calvert (f)



Joined the practice in 2016. Dr Calvert works 2 mornings a week at Milestone Surgery and also works at Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice

Dr John de Verteuil (m)

MB BS MRCP MRCGP The London Hospital 1983 

Joined the practice in 1993.  He also runs the echocardiography service for the CCG diagnosing and treating illnesses such as heart failure and atrial fibrillation. 

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