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St Andrews Medical Practice

50 Oakleigh Road North, Whetstone, London, N20 9EX

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Meet Our Doctors



(Part time partner)


Dr Ng graduated from UCL in 1999 and joined St Andrews in 2004 as a salaried GP and joined the partnership in 2010. She has an interest in teaching and has been a GP trainer since 2007. She has a special interest in women’s health and is qualified to fit coils and implants.

Dr Wan Nei Ng

(Part time partner)


Dr Reddy graduated from Newcastle in 2000. She spent some time working in hospital medicine before becoming a GP. She did her GP training in Barnet and was a registrar at St Andrews. She worked locally after her training and re-joined St Andrews in 2014 before becoming a partner in 2015. She has special interests in long term health conditions and in teaching and education and is a GP trainer.

Dr Latha Reddy

Dr Heather Ward, MBChB (NZ), MRCP (UK), MRCGP (UK)

(Part time partner)


Dr Ward graduated from Otago Medical School in New Zealand in 2000. She started her career in hospital medicine before training in General Practice in various practices including St Andrews. After completing her training in General Practice in 2013 she worked as a maternity locum at St Andrews and then became a salaried GP in June 2013.  She is the GP lead for North Thames cancer network coordinating group (CCNGC) for the last 2 years. She is also on the clinical governance committee for Pan Barnet federation. She has special interests in adult medicine, elderly and palliative care.

Dr Heather Ward

Dr Nick Mistry, MBBS, BSc, MRCGP

(Part time partner)


Dr Mistry graduated from UCL in 2009 and was a GP trainee at St Andrews from 2013-2014. He has remained at St Andrews since then and joined as a salaried GP in February 2016.

He is SCOPE certified, a postgraduate qualification in the management of obesity. He is practice lead for diabetes and has a special interest in lifestyle medicine, which involves using non pharmaological approaches, such as diet and exercise, to improve health. He is also involved in both undegraduate and postgraduate teaching and education, acting as both a Primary Care Tutor for UCL Medical School and a GP trainer. Dr Mistry also has an interest in musculoskeletal medicine and performs joint injections.

Dr Nick Mistry

Dr Nicole Hutter, MBChB, nMRCGP, DCH, DRCOG, DFSRH
(Part time salaried GP)

Dr Hutter graduated from Birmingham Medical School in 2004. She did her GP training in Barnet and joined St Andrews as a registrar in 2009.  Following her training, she became a salaried GP in 2010. Dr Hutter is the lead GP caring for the residents at Woodside Home.

Dr Nicole Hutter

Dr Muhsanath Choudhury, MBBS, iBSC, MRCGP

(Part time salaried GP)

Dr Choudhury graduated from UCL in 2010 and trained in Barnet. Towards the end of her GP training she joined St Andrews as a GP Registrar. After qualifying as a GP in 2018, Dr Choudhury continued to work at St Andrews and became a salaried GP. Dr Choudhury is the lead GP caring for the residents at Roseacres Care Home.

Dr Muhsanath Choudhury

Dr Niro Kuganenderan  iBSc (1st class) MBBS DRCOG MRCGP

(Part time salaried GP)

Dr Niro graduated from St George’s Medical School, London in 2012. She completed an intercalated BSc at UCL. She did her GP training in Barnet before joining St Andrews as a Registrar. Following her training, she became a salaried GP in 2019. Dr Niro has an interest in medical education and is a primary care tutor for UCL students. She is also  a clinical lead at the CCG.

Dr Niro Kuganenderan



Medical Training


The practice has been recognised as being of a suitably high standard to train future family doctors. You may therefore be offered an appointment with one of our General Practice Registrars, who are fully qualified doctors learning the particular skills of family medicine. This doctor will always have access to one of the partners should advice be needed.


As part of their ongoing training, the GP Registrars sometimes video their consultations with patients in which case you would be asked to sign a consent form. You are under no obligation to agree to this and you may change your mind at any time.

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