Staff

Doctors

Dr Bill Warrilow
MB ChB BSc Medical Biochem (Hons) DCH
Dr Bill Warrilow

Dr Warrilow trained at the University of Cape Town, South Africa.  Subsequently he worked as a single-handed GP in Saskatchewan, Canada, before working in Germany as a civilian medical practitioner in Orthopaedics and General Surgery for the Royal Air Force at Wegberg Hospital.  He came to Kent to join the GP training scheme and has been here ever since.  He joined the practice in 1997 and currently works in the practice 4 days a week, with special interests in minor surgery, drug rehabilitation (shared care with KCA), and joint injections.  He has an interest in physical culture, strength training, skiing and water sports.  He lives close to the sea in Saltwood, Kent with his wife and 3 sons.

Dr Rosalyn Dunnet
MBBS DFSRH
Dr Rosalyn Dunnet

Dr Dunnet trained at the Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School in London. After several years of surgical training she settled into general practice, moving to Charing Surgery in 1999. She worked as a retained Doctor for 10 years while raising a family and becoming a partner in 2010, working half time. She has a special interest in family planning and women’s health. She also enjoys teaching and trains FY2 doctors and medical students. Life outside the practice is busy with four children, many animals and regular trips to the mountains!

Dr Sanji Naganathar
MBBS DFSRH MRCGP PGCMedEd
Dr Sanji Naganathar

Dr Naganathar first started working with the Charing Surgery in 2005 as a GP Registrar and been part of the team ever since. He became a full time Partner in 2010. He qualified from Bangalore University, based in the garden city of India, and has been working as a doctor in the Garden of England since 2004. He is involved in medical education as a General Practice trainer in association with the Kent, Surrey and Sussex deanery. He trains medical students, foundation year doctors and the doctors who are pursuing General Practice as their career. He enjoys travelling, photography and cricket. He lives in Merstham in Surrey with his wife and daughter.

Dr Rachel Sharp
MBBS DFFP
Dr Rachel Sharp

Dr Sharp trained at The United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals in London, qualifying in 1996. She then completed her training to become a G.P. both locally in Canterbury and in London. She first worked in London as a G.P., before moving to Charing, starting work as a part time salaried G.P. in 2006. She has her diploma in family planning and has a special interest in Women’s Health. Rachel is married to Henry Sharp a local Ear Nose and Throat Consultant and they have 3 children. She is very keen on fitness training, particularly enjoying running. Rachel also works as a health screening doctor at The BMI Chaucer Hospital in Canterbury and is the secretary to her husband’s private practice.

Dr Raymond Sarkar
BSc MBBS MRCGP DRCOG DPD
Dr Raymond Sarkar

Dr Sarkar qualified as a Bachelor Of Medicine and Surgery at University College London and completed an intercalated BSc in immunology. He has trained in various specialities in London and provincial hospitals. He completed his GP Registrar posting at New Surgery, Folkestone. He has a special interest in skin problems. 

Dr Jenny Cox
MBBS DCH DRCOG MRCGP
Dr Jenny Cox

Dr Jenny Cox trained at St George’s Hospital Medical School in London. After completing her GP training she worked in partnership as a GP in Sevenoaks for over 26 years, also working in Hospital Clinics specialising in Psychiatry & Genito-Urinary Medicine during this time. She lives locally with her husband & 2 children & enjoys Tennis, Bridge & cooking on her days off.

Dr Mohan Palanisamy
MBBS MRCGP Dip.Diabetes
Dr Mohan Palanisamy

Dr Mohan Palanisamy has been a General Practitioner since 2008 after training under Canterbury GPVTS scheme. He has completed three years of core medical training prior to that. He was qualified as a doctor from The Tamilnadu Dr MGR Medical University, Chennai, India in 2001. He has a special interest in Diabetes and he obtained a Diploma in Diabetes from the University of Leicester in 2015.

Dr Geetha Sundararaju
MBBS MRCGP
Dr Geetha Sundararaju
Dr Richard Knottenbelt
MBChB MRCS MRCGP DRCOG
Dr Richard Knottenbelt

Dr Knottenbelt qualified at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. He moved the United Kingdom in 1995 where he completed basic surgical training at the William Harvey Hospital. He developed a keen interest in orthopaedics and trained for several years in local hospitals. He completed GP training in Cumbria and moved back to Kent in 2003 practicing as a full-time GP in a wide variety of settings including Thanet, East Kent, Romney Marsh and most recently the Weald of Kent. Other roles have included GP appraisal, racecourse medical officer provision and FY2 training. Special interests are musculoskeletal medicine, steroid injections and minor surgery. He enjoys road and mountain biking, snowboarding, the outdoors and most importantly spending time with his wife and three children!

 

 

 

 

Nurses

Our nurse practitioner, Gail Mashiter-Yates leads our nursing team consisting of three practice nurses and three healthcare assistants. Gail herself, as nurse practitioner, is qualified to treat, prescribe and refer patients onto secondary care. A practice nurse is available most of the time. Their duties include not only the clinics which are listed here, but various treatments such as dressings, inoculations, ear syringing, injections, assisting at minor surgery, first aid etc, all appropriate for her skills and experience and together with the healthcare assistant work in close co-operation with your doctor. Our nurses have special qualifications and experience for dealing with asthmatic and diabetic patients. We have a close working relationship with a physiotherapist, district nurses, health visitor, midwives, psychiatric nurses, counsellors and the Social Services.

 

Reception

The receptionists are all trained to help you and are your link with the rest of the practice. They may need to ask questions to try and help in the most appropriate way. As well as making appointments they can arrange the best time to speak to your doctor and try and resolve any problems that you might have. Anything you tell them will be treated with absolute confidence. This rule extends to all practice staff.

Administrative staff

The doctors are supported by a full complement of administrative staff under the supervision of the practice manager, Mrs Kay Acott.

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