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Dr Alan Jackson


Trained and worked at Kings' College Hospital, London before moving to Luton & Dunstable Hospital to gain experience in other specialties. I have been in general practice for over 20 years. I look after one of the local private Nursing Homes and see private patients. I also perform medicals and administers flu vaccinations programmes for several local companies.


Respiratory Medicine

Sports Medicine

Clinical Research - for the pharmaceutical industry, Herts University & MRC

Medico Legal work for insurance companies

Dr Teck Leong Lee


Trained at The London Hospital Medical College (now part of Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry) and graduated in 1984.

Obtained Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 1988.

Investigator in Clinical Trials for Clinical Research Organisations and pharmaceutical companies since 1996.

Medical Examiner for Insurance Claims since 2000.

Health Screening Doctor with BUPA since 1996.

Dr Adnan Saad


GP Principal - joined SMC May 2006

Trained at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ hospital [1996]

Member of Royal College of Surgeons [1998]

Masters in Philosophy [2001]

Member of Royal College of GPs [2006]


Minor Surgery and Training.

Practice lead clinician for dementia, stroke, depression and mental health.

In process of developing the surgery to a postgraduate training practice for future GPs.

Dr Thet M Lwin (f)


I qualified from University of Medicine(1), Yangon, Myanmar and moved to UK in 2007. I completed my junior doctor training in Lincolnshire before joining the West Herts GP Vocational Training Scheme in 2009. I joined Sheepcot Medical Centre in 2011 as a GP Registrar and completed my GP training in 2012. Since then I have been a Salaried GP at Sheepcot Medical Centre. From July 2015, I became a full time Partner.

Further Qualifications:

DFSRH 2011 MRCGP 2012 DRCOG 2013


I have particular interests in palliative medicine, elderly care medicine and women’s health. I have completed my family planning training and provides coils and implant fitting service. I am interested in medical education and actively involved in training medical students and junior doctors.

Dr Kate Whaley


Trained at the University of Leicester, graduating in 1995. My vocational training for general practice was in Leeds and I subsequently worked for several years in Leeds and Bradford, before moving down to Watford.

Further medical qualifications include:

DRCOG, 1999

MRCGP, 1999

RCGP Certificate in the Management of Drug Misuse 2002

Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2005


Having previously specialised in working in this area of substance misuse and alcohol dependence, I now enjoy working as a generalist. I have been involved in voluntary overseas medical work, including placements in Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Thailand. I continue to work in a voluntary educational role with a national charity (HopeUK), delivering drug and alcohol education and training for children, young people, parents and youth workers.

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