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Dr Ben Sinclair MBChB MRCGP
“I work in the corporate health sector, promoting self-care and appropriate screening services to improve access and continuity for patients. My Integrated pyramid model is at the bedrock of my philosophy to provide fully integrated health and wellbeing strategies for all”
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Dr Sinclair studied Medicine and Surgery at the University of Leeds then went on to complete GP training in Yorkshire. He attained membership of the Royal College of General Practice in 2007. After 11 years training it was time for a sabbatical, travelling in Asia and the antipodes with his wife, spending time in Northern Cambodia as Medical Director with a local charity, delivering mobile primary care services and health training to remote jungle villages.
On return to the UK he developed an interesting portfolio of work including community and emergency GP posts, teaching GP Trainees, Nurse Practitioners and Medical Students; all the while developing an interest in Men’s Health and writing for several national health publications and blogs.
He founded Sinclair Health Limited in 2009, as an innovative health consultancy, aimed at improving access to healthcare for hard to reach groups such as working age men and in 2011 Sinclair Health delivered mobile health screening and promotion to corporate clients such as PwC Leeds and First Direct Bank amongst other clients who wished to improve access to high quality convenient healthcare supported by proprietary cloud-based software.
At the same time, he found an interest in Secure Environment Medicine, taking up senior clinician roles in Prison Healthcare to guide and improve services for vulnerable prisoners, particularly triage, using remote technology.
After recovering from malignant melanoma surgery, he developed an interest in pain management and medication abuse, becoming a well-known lecturer on this niche subject, working with NHS England and the Royal College of General Practise, contributing to national prescribing guidance and frameworks for pain management across the northern prison sector. He is an advocate for integrated multidisciplinary care pathways including the psycho-spiritual aspects of medicine.
He continues to train prescribers in the art of managing complex consultations and pain management techniques in prison populations.
In 2015 he co-founded a full-service private GP practise in York with a range of clinical and lifestyle services. He left the clinical director role in 2017 to move south for family reasons.
Dr Sinclair loves spending time with his wife and family in their local community, training and competing in Triathlon, enjoying outdoor pursuits and experiencing adventures through travel, food, language and cultural exchange. He aims to live life to the full.
Dr Neelam Saroy MBChB MRCS MRCGP
“I consider myself a family physician, looking after whole families from children to adults through all stages of life. I thrive on the challenges of practising in a cosmopolitan city with patients representing a kaleidoscope of different cultures and a range of acute and chronic conditions.
I am a strong advocate for mental health & wellbeing, child and women’s health, and offer a range of services including promoting positive wellbeing through annual medicals and health checks for men and women.”
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Dr Neelam Saroy GP graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2001 and initially trained in surgery with extensive surgical experience in Ear Nose and Throat, Plastic Surgery, Maxillofacial Surgery, Trauma and Orthopaedics. She then trained as a GP giving her further experience in Diabetes, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Paediatrics, Psychiatry and Acute/ Emergency Medicine.
Her special interests include dermatology, minor surgery and aesthetics. She is happy to consult on a broad range of primary health areas, give a second opinion, arrange further investigations or discuss a referral to a specialist.
She speaks 5 languages fluently, is passionate about charity work and has avid interest in photography, travel, reading, music and cinema.
She is a loving wife and mum to three beautiful children.
She enjoys a positive work/ life balance consulting both in the private sector and the NHS.
Dr Tina Mistry
“Ever since I was young I have been fascinated with trying to understand why we act and behave in specific ways when faced with particular situations, groups or environments. As a clinical psychologist I work with adults, children and families within the NHS and the private sector and have a special interest in working with trauma, identity and culture. I truly believe that we all have the potential to heal and know ourselves better.”
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Dr Tina Mistry is a private Chartered Clinical Psychologist and Director at TherapySense. Since qualifying in 2011 as a Clinical Psychologist from the Universities of Warwick and Coventry, Dr Mistry has worked in a variety of settings which have provided her with a wide breadth of knowledge. Her NHS experience is working in hospital settings with patients being treated for cancer, chronic pain and diabetes. Dr Mistry has also worked with charities supporting brain injury clients and supporting families who have lost a family member through homicide. Alongside this, Dr Mistry’s private work includes clients suffering with psychological distress as a result of issues in the workplace. She has an interest in working with complex relational trauma and how this can impact the workplace.
Dr Mistry loves learning and immersing herself in diverse cultures. She loves eating good food and balances this with strength training. She also spends her time dancing and singing in her living room with her family.
Dr Roger Bretherton
“As a clinician, a coach and a consultant to large organisations, I hold to the notion that individuals and groups thrive when they learn to recognise and practice their strengths. We flourish when we spot what we do well and build our life and work on these strengths of character. Everything I do in research, training and consultancy, flows from this principle.”
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Dr Roger Bretherton is Principal Lecturer for Enterprise in the School of Psychology, at the University of Lincoln. He is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist, Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a recipient of the Vice Chancellors Award for Teaching Excellence, and the Postgraduate Supervisor of the Year Award.
His teaching, research and consultancy centre around Character Strengths and Virtues- the positive qualities of character related to psychological wellbeing. He works extensively in psychological consultancy in the public and private sector. Recent projects include, an investigation of the benefits of humility in academic leaders (funded by the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education), a pilot project training volunteer mental health workers in solution-focused interventions (funded by the Waynflete Charitable Trust), and a collaboration with Zest theatre company to teach psychological skills to young people through an innovative production, Thrive (funded by Arts Council England).
In 2017, he received a generous grant from the John Templeton Foundation to develop and evaluate The Character Course- a multimedia resource using character strengths to develop health and wellbeing.
GP Clinic Consultation (15 Minutes) – £60
GP Clinic Consultation (30 Minutes) – £120
GP Telephone Consultation (10 Minutes) – £50
GP Video Consultation (15 Minutes) – £65
(Registered patients only)
Private GP Prescription* – £10
(Next day postal medication available)
* Consultation also required
Memberships available on request
Repeat Prescription (via email or telephone) – £45
(Registered patients only)
Blood Taking and Lab Tests* (10 minutes) – from £40
Private Referral* (Specialists, Scans etc) – £25
Private Sick Note* (Printed or emailed to you) – £30
Dispensed Medications* (Available on site) – from £9
Annual Healthcheck (Male) – £545
Annual Healthcheck (Female) – £575