GP Partners

Members of the team are:

Dr Asha Chagarlamudi (f)

Dr Asha Chagarlamudi graduated from medical school in India in 1997. She started working for the NHS in 1999. Her special interests include:

  • Diabetes
  • Woman’s Health
  • Mental Health
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Steroid Injections

Dr Chandima Sriwardhana (f)

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

Dr Edward Foulkes (m)

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

Dr Kiran Chandan (m)

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. Dr Chandan is one of the Directors of the Bromley GP Alliance which is the local GP federation.  He also has a GP Registrar, Dr Nirav Amin, who is in his final year of training to be a GP.

Dr Chandan’s special interests include:

  • Diabetes
  • Stroke
  • Joint Injections
  • Minor Surgery

Dr Savi Wijayatilake (f)

Dr 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

Dr Nirav Amin (m)

Dr Amin joined the practice in 2018 as a senior GP Registrar, and has since passed all his exams for GP qualification and is aiming to be a qualified GP by December 2019.

He was born and raised in Bromley, but has studied worldwide. He initially completed his undergraduate studies at Harvard University, Boston USA. He majored in Psychiatric Anthropology.

After this he moved back to the UK whereupon he joined Barts and the London Medical School, University of London, where he achieved his MBBS degree with merit. He took a sabbatical and pursued his academic interests by way of a Masters (MSc) in Social Anthropology at Oxford University. His  focus was in migration, religion and diasporas. His work gained him fellowship to the Royal Anthropological Institute.

Since then he has returned to medicine and has worked in London, Bromley and SE England in various medical, surgical & oncological duties during his foundation and specialist training.