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Doctors

We are proud to have built a highly qualified and diverse clinical team enabling us to provide caring, appropriate and efficient services for all our patients’ needs. We believe not only in giving the highest quality medical care possible but also greatly value continuity of care. In view of this, although you are free to book with any clinician of your choice, we do ask that you try and see the same clinician if possible.


 




Dr Mark Tomson (m)

MB, BS, MRCGP, London 1985 

I qualified as a Doctor from UCH in London in 1985. I spent several years enjoying the contrasts between working as a junior hospital doctor and travelling, yacht racing and expeditions before settling down as a GP registrar under the tutelage of Dr Laing. I formally joined the practice as a Partner in 1993 and have enjoyed being part of a vibrant and developing practice ever since. I became a GP Trainer in 2003 and my main interest is in sports medicine. I still remain a keen sailor.

Dr Judy Harris (f)

MB, BS, MRCGP, DFFP London 1995

I qualified from Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospitals and moved to Southampton to undertake my GP training. I spent a year as a GP registrar at the practice in 1998/99 then worked as a locum GP in the area before returning as a partner in 2001.

I am particularly interested in Women’s Health/Family Planning and Palliative Care. I am also involved in the education of Medical Students.

I have a young family and spend my spare time with them developing their keen interest in sailing.

Dr Neeraj Sonpal (m)

BSc, MBBS, MRCS, MRCGP, London 1999 

I qualified from Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital in 1999 and initially embarked upon a career in General Surgery. After 5 years I finally realised that I couldn’t talk to my patients whilst they were asleep and went down the path of General Practice! I have been working at Blackthorn Health Centre since 2006, initially as a trainee. I still maintain an interest in surgery and minor surgery in particular. My other medical interest includes diabetes along with other forms of surgery. I have a family and spend most of my spare time with them. My hobbies include exercise, tennis (badly), football (as a fan of Tottenham Hotspur), cooking, fine food and wine. 

Dr Ali Shahsavanpour (m)

MBBS, B.Sc., MRCS, MRCGP

After graduating from Guy's and St.Thomas' Hospitals in 2003 I worked in both Guildford and Portsmouth as a surgical trainee with a particular interest in orthopaedics. After completing my general practice training I went on to work in Gosport prior to becoming a partner at Blackthorn in 2011. I am excited to be part of such a friendly and dynamic practice and enjoy being part of the local community. I still maintain my interest in surgery however love being a generalist. I enjoy spending time with my family along with travelling, gym activities, running and watching Manchester United win trophies.

Dr Reena Virdi (f)

Salaried GP  BM, MRCGP

I graduated from Southampton University in 2011. I started my first job in Poole Hospital and after completing two years of my foundation training there, I returned to Southampton for GP training, which I completed at Blackthorn Health Centre.  I am now fully qualified and am very glad to have stayed on part time at Blackthorn.  Outside of work I enjoy travelling and socialising. I have an interest in International Health, having had experience in hospitals in China and Cuba, and working on a large project in the slums of Mumbai, India. I also speak a few languages.

Dr Elizabeth Arter (f)

Salaried GP   MBBS, BSc, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP London 2003   Lizzie

Details to follow                                                                                                          

Dr Lily Chutter (f)

GP Registrar

I  graduated from Brighton and Sussex Medical School in 2012 and since then have worked as a Doctor in Wales and New Zealand before commencing my GP training in Southampton.   In my spare time I enjoy cooking, cycling, travelling, playing (and listening) to music and watching the Great British Bake Off.

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