All our staff work closely together as a team to provide you with the best care. Each staff member has a unique role for which they are highly trained. For you to get the best care and most efficient service, we will direct you to the most appropriate staff member. 

Healthcare assistant: See the healthcare assistant for tests (eg blood pressure, blood tests), lifestyle advice, vaccinations and the NHS Health Check 

Nurse: See the nurse for contraception and minor injuries 

Nurse Practitioner: See them for ordering tests, getting prescriptions, infections, general aches and pains, allergies, stomach problems, contraception and minor injuries. 

Pharmacist: See them for prescriptions and advice about medication 

Doctor: See the doctor for more complicated and long term conditions  


Dr Neel Basudev (m)


Qualified in 2003 from University College London. After working at Watford General and Mount Vernon Hospitals, he completed his General Practice training at Northwick Park Hospital. He started working at Springfield as a salaried GP in 2008 and became a partner in 2010. He is now Senior Partner at the practice. He has a special interest in Diabetes and is a GPwSI for the Lambeth Diabetes Intermediate Care Team. He is the Lambeth CCG Diabetes Lead and Clinical Director for Diabetes at the Health Innovation Network (South London Academic Health Science Network). He is also the practice lead for medical student training.

Dr Andrea Ohletz (f)

Dr Ohletz qualified  in 1998 in Ulm, Germany. She completed her General practice  training in the  UK (hospital posts in psychiatry, paediatrics, obstetrics & gynaecology, accident & emergency) and  gained her MRCGP in 2006. She is particularly interested in women’s  and child health, for which she has gained  extra  qualifications (DRCOG in 2004 , FSRH 2006, DCH 2011) as well as mental health. She has completed  her Diploma in Primary Care Mental Health in June  2016.

She has worked  at Glenroyd Medical Centre in Blackpool prior to joining Springfield Medical Centre as a salaried GP in January 2008. She has  become a partner at the practice in 2015. She is the practice lead for  women’s and child health, mental health and for safeguarding adults and children

Dr Camilla Arthur (f)
Dr Narayani Kathirgamakarthigeyan (f)
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