Our Family Medicine Clinic doctors provide high quality clinical care at an affordable price for all. With trained doctors from the UK and the Netherlands available from 8am to 3.30pm from Monday to Friday every week, you can quickly and easily get an appointment to see a doctor at your own convenience. 

Open to all ages

Consultations by appointment only
Book an appointment by calling 01 871 900 / 01 873 694 or 0212 871 900

We have experience in dealing with a wide range of conditions, such as:

high blood pressure
gynaecological conditions
mental health problems
children’s health
men’s health
contraceptive advice
tropical medicine
minor surgery

  • No shortfall or upfront fee for MASM VIP & EXE members for consultations
  • CASH Fee MK 6300
  • Clinic proceeds go towards the free orthopaedic services we provide for children

Dr Elizabeth Howard
From and trained in the UK and qualified in 2002 with MBBS and a BSc in psychology at Guy’s and St Thomas’ medical school in London. Dr Howard qualified as a GP in 2006 with MRCGP and has mainly worked in busy south London practices. She enjoys all aspects of family medicine, but her special interests are mental health, counselling and cognitive behavioural therapy.

Dr Barbara Swarthout
From and trained in the Netherlands with MBBS since 1997 and qualified as a GP / Family Physician in 2005. Dr Swarthout also has Diplomas in Tropical Medicine and Reproductive Health. She was Head of Mission for reproductive health / women’s rights programs of Médecins du Monde in Pakistan and worked as GP in Amsterdam for 10 years as well as lecturing in Family Medicine and Reproductive Health. Fluent in English, Dutch, French, working knowledge of German, Italian, Urdu.

Dr Laura Rinchey
From and trained in the UK, MB BCh BAO in 1999. Dr Rinchey qualified as a general practitioner in 2004, and MRCGP in 2005. She also has Diplomas in Child Health, Obstetrics and Gynaecology and in Tropical Medicine. She mainly worked in the UK until August 2015 with 5 years recent experience working in several African countries for MSF. Languages spoken – English, some French.