Primary care (General Practice and Family medicine)


JEI wewbsiteDr John Ind MB. BS.  D. Occ. Med.

Tel: +44 20 7235 5151 extension 1

Secretary: Mrs Kathleen Chapple
(Registered Nurse)

Tel. Direct:+44 (0) 20 7235 8822

Dr.  John Ind is a graduate of St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, where he worked as a postgraduate in the departments of Medicine, Surgery and Pathology. He has been an independent general practitioner and occupational health consultant at the 51 Sloane Street Clinic since leaving the hospital. Dr Ind practices at 51 Sloane Street Clinic as a Primary Care Physician (General Practice) for patient over the age of 18 and he also has a wide network of colleagues internationally to advise his patients on the opportunities for special expertise in medical care worldwide. Currently he is the responsible person for the clinic's compliance with the Care Quality Commission’s legislation


Dr John Cowen MA. MB. BChir

 Dr John Cowen is a full time private General Practitioner at 51 Sloane Street in Knightsbridge, where he has worked since 1978. He read Medicine at Pembroke College, Cambridge and then qualified at St Thomas' Hospital in London with the qualification MA MBBChir. He also holds a Family Planning Certificate, Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and is fully accredited by the Care Quality Commission to examine and treat children.

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Dr Peter Kapff MB BSc BS D Occ Med

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7235 8298

Dr Kapff has relocated to 272 King's Road, Chelsea SW3 5AW



Dr Ebba Nielsen MD MB BS DRCOG DFFP (Cert)

Tel: 020 3876 8300

Dr Nielsen has moved to 102 Sydney Street, London SW3 6NJ

PA: Jenny Robinson


Dr.Tim Lyons MB BS BSc MRCGP

Dr Lyons has relocated nearby to 90 Sloane Street SW1X 9PQ but will still be seeing some patients at The Sloane Street Clinic by appointment. His new telephone number is 0207 201  5069

Dr Tim Lyons works as a full time General Practitioner. He qualified from University College London in 1995 with MBBS and a BSc in physiology and pharmacology. Following this he spent several years working in hospital medicine in London before deciding on a career in General Practice.

He went on to train as a General Practitioner in South West London gaining Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2000.

Dr Lyons has been involved in medical education as a General Practice trainer, teaching GP trainees and also a medical student tutor for some years.

Dr Lyons enjoys being a generalist promoting care for both young and older patients. He is experienced in seeing children, infants and babies having been the clinical paediatric lead for a number of years.

Dr Lyons aspires to providing high quality of care and is very aware of the importance of knowing his patients and providing continuity of care

Dr Lyons is married with 3 children. His interests include playing and listening to music and a variety of sports.