Dr Richard HalvorsenDr Richard Halvorsen sees parents for consultations when you will have an opportunity to discuss any concerns you may have about vaccines. If you wish, he will help you draw up a personalised immunisation schedule for your child. Richard offers consultations in person in central London, or on the telephone, on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Nurse Jane RiselyJane is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner who has over 20 years experience of working in urban GP practices. She trained at Kings College Hospital London before qualifying as a Nurse Practitioner in 2004.
Jane is highly qualified and has extensive experience of working with children and babies of all ages. She has worked in GP surgeries, NHS walk-in centres and in the community.
Jane works mainly in our Saturday clinics.
Nurse Pali RatanPali worked in the NHS in general medicine and occupational health before moving to the private sector. She then worked at a Biomedical Clinic based in London which specialised in hair and blood mineral testing to detect deficiencies that could be related to autism and other disorders.
Pali has worked at samedaydoctor for the last eight years where she has given many children single vaccines. She runs BabyJabs vaccine clinics every weekday and on one Saturday a month.
Nurse Aldo WilliamsAldo is an experienced children's nurse and Health Visitor. He trained at Great Ormond Street Hospital for sick children and has considerable experience of vaccinating babies and children. He has also worked at Manchester Children's Hospital as well as St Thomas' and St Mary's in London. He strongly believes in empowering and educating parents to enable them to make healthy lifestyle choices for the babies and children. Aldo works occasional sessions.
Dr Gurpreet Gill
Gurpreet trained at Barts in London. She did postgraduate training in General Practice and Paediatrics. Gurpreet has a diploma in child health and has a special interest in children's health. She gives vaccines on Wednesdays and, sometimes, at other times.