Meet the Team

GP Partners

Dr Martin Hall
GP Partner

MB ChB, MRCGP Liverpool University Medical School 1984.

Dr Hall (male) trained in Liverpool and completed his training in Liverpool, Cheshire and Nottingham. He joined the practice in October 1989, currently working on Monday and Tuesday. Dr Hall is one of the two partners. His area of special interest is mental health and cardiovascular disease.

Dr Gulalai Hussain
GP Partner


Dr Hussein (female) Qualified from University of Peshawar, Pakistan in 2003. She undertook her GP training at Northwick Park Hospital and qualified as a GP in 2012. Dr Hussain joined Devonshire Lodge in April 2019 as a partner following 6 months of locum work at the practice, currently working on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Together with other partners, she supervises trainees and medical students. Areas of interest: Diabetes, Geriatric medicine, children and women’s health and internal medicine.


Dr Natalie Reid


Dr Reid (female) She qualified as a doctor from Charing Cross Medical School in 1998.  She completed GP training at Hillingdon Hospital and was a GP trainee at the practice in 2001.

She currently works at Devonshire Lodge as a part-time GP

Dr Jon Brewerton

MB BS (London 1978) MRCGP

Dr Brewerton (male) qualified at St Bartholomews Hospital, London in 1978. He completed his General Practice training and joined The Devonshire Lodge Practice in October 1981. In 2021, he resigned as a partner from the practice, but continues as a GP Retention doctor. The GP Retention Scheme is a package of financial and educational support to help doctors, who might otherwise leave the profession, remain in clinical general practice. He remains committed to the practice and the NHS in general. Dr Brewerton working days are Thursday and Friday.

Dr Thomas Dewhurst


Dr Thomas Dewhurst (male) graduated from University of Manchester in 2009 and also studied a BSc in International Health in 2008 at the University of Leeds. Since graduating he has worked in rural South Africa and New Zealand, before completing his GP training in Tower Hamlets in East London. He has a young family with four children. He has been a part-time salaried doctor at The Devonshire Lodge since August 2018, working on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.


Dr Pamini Ledchumykanthan



Dr Asma Siddique


Dr Asma Siddique is a part time salaried doctor ,she joined The Devonshire Lodge Practice in March 2023, working on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
She has a prior experience of working in Pediatrics in few North west London Hospital. She has special interest in women’s health, Pediatrics and mental health. Dr Siddique is a mother of three girls and live locally.

Dr Hatim Abdulhussein


Dr Hatim is Chief Executive Officer for Health Innovation Kent Surrey Sussex, part of the NHS Health Innovation Network. Alongside this role, he continues to practice as a General Practitioner.
In 2018, Hatim was appointed National Medical Directors Clinical Fellow to Professor Wendy Reid by the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management. His key achievements were co-author and member of the Sir Keith Pearson Commission into NHS Staff and Learner Mental Health and co-founding the ‘Topol Programme for Digital Health Fellowships’ launched by Secretary of State for Health and Social Care in 2019. He later became the National Clinical Lead for AI and Digital Workforce at NHS England providing clinical leadership to the NHS Digital Academy and leading on AI in the NHS’s historic Long Term Workforce Plan.
Hatim studied Medicine at the prestigious Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, going on to complete a Masters in Sports and Exercise from the University of South Wales, and a Postgraduate Diploma in Digital Health Leadership from Imperial College London. Hatim holds Membership of the Faculty of Clinical Informatics and the Royal College of General Practitioners, as well as Fellowship of Advance Higher Education.
Hatim has been a Senior Lecturer at Brunel University London, supporting the Physician Associate MSc and development of Brunel Medical School. Hatim is a Honorary Senior Lecturer at Keele University, working with European partners to develop a Masters in Explainable AI in healthcare management. Hatim is also a member of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence Technology Appraisals Committee, and the Coalition for Health AI Steering Committee.
Hatim is an advocate for safe, ethical and responsible digital and AI transformation and ensuring workforce preparedness for new innovations and technologies in health and care. He regularly speaks internationally and has contributed to the publication of academic papers and white papers spanning workforce, education reform, primary care, digital health and AI.
Outside of work Hatim enjoys travelling and football, and you will likely find him touring England’s best restaurants with his family.

Our Nursing Team

Trudy Esposito

Practice Nurse

Debbie Williams

 Healthcare Assistant/Phlebotomist

Kalpana Macwan

 Healthcare Assistant/Phlebotomist

Our Practice Team

Zin Htet

Practice Manager

Zin is a practice manager with 13 years of experiences managing big team, small team or medium size team. Zin’s had CQC inspection two times while she was managing two different practices where the practices received a good rating. Zin has joined The Devonshire Lodge Practice in June 2023.

Tina Durkan 

Head of Admin 

Deborah Evans 

Reception Supervisor 


Filling administrator 


Clinical notes summariser















Our Attached Team

District Nurses

They will visit you at home and attend to any wound dressings, administration of injections and other medication and monitoring of certain conditions.

Health Visitors

They have a particular interest in preparation for childbirth, care and development of new babies and toddlers up to 5yrs, and supporting and encouraging parents, helping them with any childcare problems and concerns.