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The Team

Our team can be contacted on 020 8974 9331 (Monday to Friday).

Telephone line opening times
Monday, Thursday, Friday: 8.00am – 3.30pm
Tuesday, Wednesday: 12.00pm – 7.30pm

Consultant HIV Specialists

Dr Lewis Haddow

Dr Susannah McMorrow

Dr Bavithra Nathan

You will be assigned to one of these doctors when you first attend the clinic.  The doctor will be able to provide you with:

  • HIV medical assessment, including full examination and relevant blood tests to monitor your condition.
  • Full explanations of your test results and advice on any follow up treatment required.
  • Information regarding current HIV treatments available to you.
  • Treatment options when starting or changing therapy.
  • Help and advice with the management of side effects.
  • Management of your inpatient care if you are admitted to Kingston Hospital.

Specialist HIV Nurses

Clinical Nurse Specialist – Jessica Osorio

Staff Nurse – Trish Wezka

You can contact Jessica or Trish for any enquiries you may have about your treatment and for advice if you feel unwell.  They will liaise with other members of the team in relation to your care and can also see you for:

  • Routine monitoring, for example, blood tests before your appointment.
  • Hepatitis vaccinations.
  • Arranging emergency supplies of medication.
  • General advice regarding sexual health, support groups, etc.

HIV Pharmacist

Amy Moore

Amy is available to:

  • Give practical advice on issues around taking antiretroviral medication.
  • Discuss new drugs and combinations with you.
  • Provide ongoing support around taking antiretrovirals.
  • Give advice about drug interactions, supplements and general pharmacy advice.

Dietician

Zoey Barlow

Good nutrition is very important for people living with HIV.  Zoey is available in clinic on Thursday’s from 9.30am – 12.30pm to help you with:

  • Achieving a balanced diet and food safety.
  • Help with your diet if you have other medical conditions, such as diabetes, high cholesterol, anaemia or obesity.
  • Use of prescribed nutritional supplements.
  • Eating well on a limited budget.