Pharmacy

Jay Ghosh for Chase lodge Hospital - Mill Hill, North West London NW7 2ED

Jay Ghosh

Jay has been the Pharmacist Manager at Chase Lodge since 2009. He knows the regular patients and their families over those years well and really enjoys being able to give them appropriate treatment advice as well as seeing the young children grow so fast! He has a wide knowledge of both childhood vaccines and travel vaccines and is happy to advise on what you might need for your holiday health.

He also experiences diversity in patients and their conditions whilst locuming for Boots and Lloyds pharmacies sometimes in Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire, so you may well see him elsewhere too! His main interests outside pharmacy are in sports and playing tennis and cricket, and he keeps a keen interest in results around the world.

Steve Simbler for Chase lodge Hospital - Mill Hill, North West London NW7 2ED

Steve Simbler

Steve has a special interest in sports medicine, and was one of the lead pharmacists for the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games. He worked in the Athletes Village Polyclinic Pharmacy throughout the Games, with special responsibility for Olympic Park venue medicines supplies for athletes and spectators. More recently Steve was the pharmacy advisor for the Rugby World Cup, and continues to work with elite teams and organisations in sport. Steve also has a special interest in Vitamin D and its benefits in maintaining well-being.

Gopi Gill for Chase lodge Hospital - Mill Hill, North West London NW7 2ED

Gopi Gill

Gopi has a special interest in holistic health and has a well rounded knowledge of natural and homeopathic remedies. She is also a qualified Reflexologist , massage therapist and Journey therapist. She holds regular clinics here at Chase Lodge.

Gopi’s experience in the medical field makes her an expert in understanding dis-ease in the body. Her knowledge in the alternative field of healing gives her versatility and flexibility in her approach to dealing with illness both of body and mind.Having an open mind is very important in life especially when dealing with health issues. It may be enough just to have a chat about where you are at to find that you have many possibilities to the solution.

“If you do what you have always done, you will get what you’ve always got”. Try a different approach and see your life change.

Find out more about Gopi: www.gopigill.com