Our GPs are dedicated to support patients in the management of long-term conditions through traditional medicine and innovative approaches.

Members of the team are:


Primary Medical Qualification: MBBCh 1990, Other Qualifications: DRCOG MRCGP BPharm. GMC Number: 3491614

Dr Livingston trained at the Welsh National School of Medicine and qualified in 1990. She underwent her GP training scheme based in Bridgend, South Wales. Prior to training to be a doctor, she qualified as a pharmacist and worked as a hospital pharmacist for 2 years in Hampshire. After qualifying as a GP she worked as a Psychiatrist for a year and then a Community Paediatrician for 3 years.

She joined The Avenue Surgery in 2002 and has worked here ever since; initially with the late Dr Bayer and now with Dr Dharman.

She thoroughly enjoys her work as a GP and has got to know many of her patients and a number of their families over the years.

Now working 3 days a week, she has time to spend with her miniature Dachshund Coco who has made her and her family very happy.


GMC no: 6078659

Dr Dharman trained in Guys and St Thomas medical school and then spent a year in Accident and Emergency and Acute Medicine. He then trained as a GP on the UCLH GP VTS training scheme which included working as a paediatrician, psychiatrist, obstetrician and gynaecologist, and was amongst the first batch to complete the new MRCGP qualification in 2008. He has an interest in cardiovascular and respiratory physiology and during his time in medical school, intercalated a BSc in Physiology, which included a project looking at lung function in children who were premature at birth. He has subsequently done training in minor surgery, joint injections, substance misuse, respiratory disease (spirometry interpretation) and diabetes. ​

Dr Dharman has worked in many surgeries in London during his career from being a locum to working as a partner. He has been a board member of the North and West London Faculty of the Royal College of GPs for over 10 years and is the current Chairman. He is also now a Central College Council Member. He volunteers his time to the community as Vice Chair of Governors of a local primary school. Dr Dharman and other members of staff from The Avenue Surgery were recently interviewed by the Today Programme on BBC Radio 4 and this can be found on our site under “news”. Dr Dharman enjoys playing football, going to automotive shows and spending quality time with his wife and 4 children.

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