GP Services

Dr Sarah Lotzof for Chase lodge Hospital - Mill Hill, North West London NW7 2ED

Dr Sarah Lotzof

CEO and Founder

Dr Lotzof graduated from Kings College with a Joint Honours Degree in Physiology and Pharmacology. Sarah then studied medicine at the Royal Free Hospital and spent a further 5 years working mainly in London Teaching Hospitals.

Sarah worked as a private GP in Wimpole Street for 4 years and was Company Doctor for many large companies including Thomson Travel, Bechtel, Elf and Amarada Hess. She has also performed pre-fight medicals on boxers and works with renowned football teams on their health and fitness. Sarah worked for 5 years as the senior associate in a large private general practice in North London

Dr Lotzof’s interests include Paediatrics, Elderly, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Psychiatry

Dr Lotzof recently took part in a Channel 4 Dispatches documentary with Dr Christian Jessen: “How the Rich Live longer” If you missed it, you can catch up with it here.

Dr Frances Sturridge for Chase lodge Hospital - Mill Hill, North West London NW7 2ED

Dr Frances Sturridge


Dr Sturridge graduated from The Middlesex and University College Hospital Medical School with distinction in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 1988. She initially worked in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in London teaching hospitals including Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea Hospital for women, UCH and St Bartholomew’s. She undertook a research job and lecturers post at UCL and The Margaret Pyke Centre teaching family planning and studying the protective endometrial effects of continuous combined HRT with Professor John Guillebaud. She became a member of The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 1994 and an Associate Member of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health Care of the RCOG.

In 1998, she became a GP partner in Potters Bar where she worked for the next 14 years as a GPwSI in gynaecology for the Primary Care Trust, was a Director of Herts Health a local GP health care provider group, Medical Officer for a local private boarding school and GP tutor for UCL and Kings College Hospital. She is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners and has been a GP appraiser for NHS England since 2007.

Currently she is studying part-time for a master’s degree in genomic medicine at Cambridge University.

Dr. Sturridge’s specialities include women’s health, adolescent mental health, sports injuries, general paediatrics and genetics.

Dr Semiya Aziz for Chase lodge Hospital - Mill Hill, North West London NW7 2ED

Dr Semiya Aziz


Dr. Aziz has over 20 years experience in medicine, having worked in hospital medicine and in a variety of practices in North London as a GP.

She graduated from Queen Mary, University of London with a degree in Microbiology and then went on to study Medicine at The Royal London Hospital. Following several years in hospital medicine in the South East of England, specialising in gastroenterology, dermatology, obstetrics and gynaecology and diabetology, she decided to move into general practice.

Her experience included periods working abroad such as at Yale University Medical School, USA and at the Dermatology Department, Mersin University Hospital, Turkey.

Dr. Aziz provides general consultations with a speciality in women’s health and family planning.

Dr Katy Munro for Chase lodge Hospital - Mill Hill, North West London NW7 2ED

Dr Katy Munro


Dr Munro graduated from the University of Southampton. She was a partner in an NHS Practice for 24 years. She now works as an independent GP. Her special interests are migraine, chronic pain, mental health problems and bereavement care.

Dr Madhvi Shah for Chase lodge Hospital - Mill Hill, North West London NW7 2ED

Dr Madhvi Shah

MBBS MRCGP General Practitioner

Dr Shah has been a GP in North London since 1996 and enjoys all aspects of general practice.

Year Qualified: 1991

Clinical Interests: All aspects of general practice

Dr Bob Clarke for Chase lodge Hospital - Mill Hill, North West London NW7 2ED

Dr Bob Clarke


Dr Bob Clarke studied pre-clinical medicine in Cambridge, moving to Birmingham for the clinical part of the course. After qualifying, he trained in hospital medicine before entering general practice and he is a Fellow of both the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of General Practitioners. He has special interests in cardiology, endocrinology, neurology, musculoskeletal problems and paediatrics. For the last 15 years, he has been Associate Dean in the London Deanery, specialising in medical education.