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Dr Alan Jackson


Trained at Kings College Hospital (KCH)

Doctor Jackson worked with consultants at KCH with an interest in respiratory medicine and continued with this interest into his GP training at Luton & Dunstable Hospital before joining SMC in 1983.

Primary care has been his interest since then and Sheepcot Medical Centre was extended while at 80 Sheepcot Lane and then after many years of searching a new purpose built surgery was built for SMC in 2015.

This new surgery has enabled SMC to develop as a training centre for medical students, doctors and nurses and Dr Jackson hopes that our trainees will be encouraged to move into general practice encouraged by their experience at SMC.

He is extremely proud of the new premises and the excellent staff that have helped in achieving what he feels is a showpiece  NHS practice. Team spirit is so important and is being developed all the time.

In his spare time he is a keen squash player having played against most of the Hertfordshire club teams over the years.

More recently he has started to play more golf but time is an ongoing problem.

Although he works and plays very hard he is very close to all of his family and enjoys travelling especially to the South Of France.

Dr Teck Leong Lee



Dr Lee trained at The London Hospital Medical College (now part of Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry) and graduated in 1984. He obtained his Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 1988, and from 1996-2012 Dr Lee was an investigator in clinical trials for Clinical Research Organisations and pharmaceutical companies.

Dr Lee has been a health screening doctor with BUPA since 1996, currently based at Spire Hospital in Harpenden. He is our practice lead in safeguarding and medicines management and outside of work his interests are travelling, good food and keeping fit.

Dr Adnan Saad



GP Principal - joined SMC May 2006

Trained at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ hospital [1996]

Member of Royal College of Surgeons [1998]

Masters in Philosophy [2001]

Member of Royal College of GPs [2006]


Dr Saad is the CQC lead for the practice and lead trainer for SMC where we take ST1, ST3 and FY2 doctors from East of England Deanery as well as the Postgraduate Medical School. We also have strong links with Imperial College School of Medicine as well as King's, Guy's and St.Thomas' Medical School, where we provide placements and training for medical students in different stages of their training. He is on the interview panel for Imperial College School of Medicine as part of the selection process of medical students.

Dr Saad provides joint injections and minor surgery at SMC. He is a medico legal expert, working closely with solicitors and the Courts, for claimant’s personal injury.

When time allows he loves watching sci-fi, action, horror movies and box sets, and also enjoys training at the gym and a good meal out.

Dr Thet M Lwin (f)


Qualified from University of medicine (1), Myanmar. 

Dr Lwin completed her foundation doctor training in Lincolnshire in 2009. She joined Sheepcot medical centre as a GP registrar in 2011. She worked as a salaried GP at the practice after completing her general practice training in 2012. She became a GP parter in July 2015.



She enjoys all aspects of general practice and has special interest in diabetes, women health and family planning. Dr Lwin is a lead clinician for diabetes, palliative care and family planning. She fits the coil and contraceptive implant. She is an associate GP trainer.

Dr Kate Whaley



Trained at the University of Leicester, graduating in 1995. My vocational training for general practice was in Leeds and I subsequently worked for several years in Leeds and Bradford, before moving down to Watford.

Further medical qualifications include:

DRCOG, 1999

MRCGP, 1999

RCGP Certificate in the Management of Drug Misuse 2002

Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2005


Having previously specialised in working in this area of substance misuse and alcohol dependence, I now enjoy working as a generalist. I have been involved in voluntary overseas medical work, including placements in Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Thailand. I continue to work in a voluntary educational role with a national charity (HopeUK), delivering drug and alcohol education and training for children, young people, parents and youth workers.

Dr Anusha Dattani (f)
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