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Princess Royal University Hospital (PRUH) walk-in blood test clinic - closing - with effect from 28th September 2018. For up to date locations for walk-in blood tests and also pre-bookable blood tests - please click here Community Phlebotomy services in Bromley 

Doctors

Dr Asha Chagarlamudi (f)

Dr Asha

Dr Asha Chagarlamudi graduated from medical school in India in 1997. She started working for the NHS in 1999. Her special interests include:
•diabetes
•women's health
•mental health
•learning disabilities and
•steroid injections

She is married and has 2 boys.

 

 

 


Dr Chandima Sriwardhana (f)

Dr Sriwardhana

Dr Chandima Sriwardhana joined the practice in 2004. Her family are from Sri Lanka, and she grew up all over the UK including Airdrie and Bangor, North Wales. Her special interests include:
•dermatology
•family planning
•minor surgery

She enjoys hiking

 

 

 


Dr Edward Foulkes (m)

Dr Foulkes

Dr Edward Foulkes graduated from Guy’s King’s and St Thomas’ (GKT) in 2005. He started working for the NHS in Brighton and London before starting a career in General Practice in 2008. He joined the practice in 2011. His special interests include:
•baby/child health checks
•sexual health
•ENT
•elderly care

His passion for sport, climbing and the great outdoors is currently on hold as he has 3 small children.


Dr Kiran Chandan (m)

kiran

Dr Kiran Chandan has worked as a hospital doctor in stroke, geriatrics and as a general physician. He joined the practice in November 2014, and qualified as a GP trainer in February 2015. He trained to start insulin when needed in diabetic patients, and performs dementia and elderly checks and has been nominated as dementia lead for Bromley. His special interests include:
•diabetes
•stroke
•joint injections
•minor surgery

He has three children and enjoys chess, carom, tennis and basketball.


Dr Savi Wijayatilake (f)

Dr SaviDr Savi Wijayatilake grew up in Sri Lanka, and graduated from University College London in 2000. She started working for the NHS as a hospital doctor in London and Bath before deciding to go into General Practice. She did her GP training in Bournemouth and joined the practice in 2013. Her special interests include:
•diabetes
•baby/child health checks

Outside of work, she is a foodie who loves to travel.


 

 

 

 

 
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