Dr Ranjit Bahra

Dr Ranjit BahraMB ChB MRCPI(UK) DRCOG DFFP BPharm MRPharmS

Dr Bahra qualified from University of Leicester School of Medicine in 1994. After graduating he trained as a junior doctor in a variety of specialities at University Hospitals of Medicine Leicester and in 1999 was awarded the prestigious diploma of Member of the Royal College of Physicians. For the following 2 years he pursued his interest in haematology before embarking on his general practice training. He became a full time principal in 2002 when he joined Tudor House and Rectory Road Medical Practice. Prior his training to become a doctor Dr Bahra studied pharmacy at University of Bath School of Pharmacy qualifying as a pharmacist in 1987 and thereafter completing his Membership of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society training in 1988. Within general practice Dr Bahra has a variety of interests including joint injections, minor surgery and insertion of sub-dermal contraceptive implants. He also has a range of non clinical portfolios within the practice and has been a lead GP in the development of Rose Street Pharmacy. Outside medicine his passion is cycling, regularly riding in national 100mile events, and is a member of the Reading Cycling Cub. He also enjoys reading and fine dining.
Dr Debbie Stackwood

Dr Debbie StackwoodMB chB DRCOG MRCGP

Dr Stackwood qualified from Liverpool University in 1987. After several years working in London hospitals she completed her GP training in Buckinghamshire. She joined  the Tudor House and Rectory Road Practice in 1997 as a part time partner and became full time in 2013. Her interests include women’s medicine, family planning and palliative care. She is medical officer to a local school and a nursing home.
Dr Vipan Bhardwaj


Dr Bhardwaj qualified from St. Mary’s Hospital Medical School, London in 1993. After graduation he worked in and around London initially in hospital general medicine before embarking on a career in general practice. He became a full-time principal in 2005 when he joined the then Tudor House and Rectory Road Medical Practice. Within general practice Dr Bhardwaj has a range of interests but particularly enjoys cardiology and musculoskeletal medicine, and performs joint injections within the practice on a regular basis. He was the lead partner in the practice for the development of the multi-award-winning Wokingham Medical Centre and since July 2019 has been the Clinical Director for East Wokingham Primary Care Network. Dr Bhardwaj is a local lad, having grown up in Reading. Prior to returning to the area he and his wife, also a GP, spent a number of years indulging their love of travel. He has trekked in many of the world’s mountain ranges and still regularly heads for the hills as often as possible. He is a keen, though novice, rock climber and sea kayaker. He was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal College of General Practitioners in November 2019.
Dr Husein Hafizji

Dr Husein HafizjiMBBS, DRCOG, MRCGP

Dr Hafizji qualified from St George’s Hospital Medical School in 2000. After completing his General Practice training at the Epsom General Hospital, he worked as a GP in and around Surrey before moving to Wokingham and becoming a GP partner here in 2008. Dr Hafizji is interested in all aspects of general practice and is also heavily involved in clinical commissioning. He sits on the governing board for Wokingham Clinical Commissioning Group and is the Wokingham Lead for Planned care. Dr Hafizji lives in Wokingham with his wife and 2 children and outside work enjoys travelling and playing golf, when time allows.
Dr Zishan Ali


Dr Zishan Ali qualified from Imperial College School of Medicine in 2004. As well as his medical degree he also completed a BSc degree in Pharmacology and Toxicology. After qualification he completed his GP training in East Berkshire and subsequently worked as a GP in Ascot and Windsor. He joined Rectory Road Surgery as a full time principal in 2012. He has an interest in all areas of general practice and is the lead in teaching of medical students from several universities. He is also the medical doctor for Ludgrove School. In his spare time he is a governor of a local school and enjoys travelling.
Dr Helen Rutherford


Dr Rutherford qualified in 1992 and has been a GP since 1998. She completed her postgraduate training in London before moving to Berkshire in 2005 and joined the practice as a part-time partner in October 2016. Dr Rutherford knows the area and town well having previously worked for five years as the Medical Officer to Ascot ward at Wokingham Hospital. Prior to embarking on a career in general practice Dr Rutherford initially worked in hospital medicine but soon realised that she preferred the life of a generalist to a specialist. She is particularly interested in lifestyle medicine (sharing the benefits of non-drug therapeutic options with patients to treat and prevent disease) and musculoskeletal medicine (she performs joint injections). Dr Rutherford also works as an Occupational Health doctor and understands how work and ill health often interact. Dr Rutherford is passionate about medical education and is an enthusiastic GP Trainer and GP Appraiser. Outside of work Dr Rutherford loves reading, gardening and getting into the Great Outdoors.
Dr Claire Murray

Dr Claire MurrayMB BS MRCGP

Dr Faye Hext


Dr Trishna Odedra

Dr Trishna OdedraGP Registrar

Dr Jessica Hillcoat

Dr Jessica HillcoatGP Registrar

Dr Ling Woo

Dr Ling WooGP Registrar

Dr Helen Leach

Dr Helen LeachGP Registrar

Dr Krishan Parekh

Dr Krishan ParekhGP Registrar