Dr Andrew M Fernando (Senior GP Partner)


Trained at the Royal London Hospital and registered in 1985.

After several years in Army General Practice he joined the partnership in 1998 as a full time Partner and provides full general medical services.

He also has a personal interest in occupational health, GP appraiser, and special interest in Minor Surgery.

Dr Sarah F Longstaff (GP Partner)


Qualified at St George’s Hospital Medical School in 1988. Joined the practice in 1991.


Has a special interest in gynaecology and family planning and has done training in dermoscopy which is designed to improve diagnosis of skin cancers. 


Outside the practice she enjoys outdoor activities with family and 2 mad spaniels.

Dr Clair Botting (GP Partner)


Qualified from Guys & St Thomas' Medical School in 2001. After working abroad in New Zealand she practiced hospital medicine for 7 years before completing her GP training. Since then Dr Botting has worked in GP practice throughout Hampshire and joined Whitewater Health in 2020. 

She has a special interest in general medicine and also carries out medical appraisal. 

Outside of medicine she enjoys riding and outdoor activities with her family and dog.

Dr Lynne Heathorn (GP Partner)

Special interest in Family Planning, Gynae and Diabetes.

Dr Nuala Lynch (f)

MBBS DRCOG MRCGP Diploma Allergy

Dr Lynch trained at St. Georges Hospital Medical School and registered in 1989. She has worked at the practice since 2008 and is part time. She is accredited as a GP with a special interest in Allergy.

Dr Fabian Trevelyan (m)


Graduated from Southampton University in 2006 and then worked and trained in the Basingstoke area before taking some time to travel abroad and experience General Practice in New Zealand.

Having joined Whitewater Health in June 2012 as a full time GP, Dr Trevelyan specialises in using a dermatoscope (for examining skin lesions), some minor surgeries and fitting contraceptive implants.

Dr Claire Harris
Dr Samuel Johnson (m)
Dr Bhavidra Pathmanathan (f)
Dr Amarjyot Sangha (m)
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