Being a private GP in London

Based in W1, our professional and relaxed private GP practice was originally started by my father Dr Philip Goodwin and I joined in 1997 - taking over when he retired.  I now treat patients using a wide range of experience combined with the values of old fashioned family medicine in a modern setting.


Registered with the General Medical Council,  I follow their guidelines on Good Medical Practice. I am also qualified under the Royal College of General Practitioners and am registered with the Quality Care Commission.


I hold several post graduate qualifications including:

  • a Diploma in Occupational Health
  • a Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • Membership of the Institute of Psychosexual Medicine
  • the British Menopause Society Certificate of Care


Our patients are assured that we know about them and their medical history from personal experience - this saves a lot of time and I believe it means we can take better care of you overall.


My long standing reception staff - Caroline Mason and Sally Woodman - are experienced, helpful and always willing to go the extra mile to help with your problems. We ensure first rate communications with our patients by e-mailing test results and provide offer an appointment reminder service in the form of SMS messages to mobile phones.  All correspondence is encrypted to ensure confidentiality. Instructions of how to do this are given on the covering email.  It is simple to use. 


In the unlikely event of a complaint we do have a written complaints procedure 


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  • Dr Stephanie Goodwin, Private GP, London W1

Dr Stephanie Goodwin


I qualified from medical school in 1987 and having done my hospital training decided to go into general practice.  Since then I’ve worked in all kinds of practices – from some very poor areas in Manchester to my private practice in the West End.


It’s a real privilege being a GP, not a single day is the same and each patient is different.  Two patients may have a similar problem but it will mean something unique to each and the way I approach them may have to be varied. 


I feel really lucky that I still love what I’m doing. There aren’t many jobs where people say thank you every day. Actually, I don’t always feel that I deserve thanks - after all, I’m just doing my job.  


Medicine has changed so much over the last 30 years and trying to keep abreast of everything is a real challenge. However, it’s also really exciting and I love to go and see new techniques and technology being used and bring them into the practice.


30 years after qualifying I have become an associate specialist in the menopause at a London teaching hospital in the menopause. It’s wonderful to share the extra skills you pick up after so many years with the younger doctors starting their journey.

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  • Dr Laila Kaikavoosi, London W1

Dr Laila Kaikavoosi

Having joined me in October 2015 Dr Laila is available on Tuesdays and Thursdays and I am available on Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday.


Dr Laila graduated from King’s College London then trained and practiced in this country and in the USA.  She has extensive experience in all adults of paediatric and adult medicine and worked in the fields of Gastroenterology and General medicine before gaining membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2007.


Dr Laila has a special interest in women’s health, particularly the menopause. She is also a diplomat of the Faculty of Reproductive and Sexual Health.


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Practice team

Our longstanding reception staff - Caroline Mason and Sally Woodman - are experienced, helpful and will always go the extra mile to help with your problems.

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  • Professional & relaxed GP Practice London W1

Caroline Mason

Medical Secretary
  • Private GP Service supporting companies, families and invididuals London W1

Sally Woodman

Medical Secretary

Health Records and Confidentiality

We have a legal duty to keep your medical information confidential.

We will not share information that identifies you for any reason unless:

  1. You ask us to do so
  2. We have to do this by law
  3. We ask and you give us specific permission
  4. We have special permission because the interests of the public are thought to be of greater importance than your confidentiality.


We may need to share your medical information with other health professionals in order to make referrals.

Non clinical secretarial staff are required to access patients’ records for admin purposes. They are bound by the same rules of confidentiality.

Under the Data Protection Act 1998 you have the right to ask for a copy of all records about you.

  1. Your request must be made in writing
  2. There will be a charge of up to £50.00
  3. We will respond to your request within 10 working days
  4. You will need to give us adequate information ( address, date of birth, full name )
  5. You will be required to provide identification before the information is released to you.


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Treatment Price
30 minute consultation £190
Complete Check Up - including a one hour consultation, resting ECG, blood tests ( blood count, diabetes check, liver and kidney tests, cholesterol, cardiovascular risk markers ) and report £500
PSA - prostate cancer test for men over 45 £90
Cervical Smear and HPV test £160
Well Woman Screen - including smear and HPV, and routine blood tests £350

Menopause Assessment 45 minute consultation


Menopause bloods tests to suit your needs 

Urine Sexual Health Test £240
Mammogram £220
Hepatitis A Vaccination £65
Typhoid Vaccination £65
Hepatitis A and Typhoid combined  £100
Tetanus, Polio and Diptheria £75
Gardasil (HPV virus) - for 3 includes initial consultation £500 
Carotid Artery Scan and report £100
Prevnar Pneumonia Vaccination ( new vaccine ) £100
Pneumovax vaccination £60
Flu Vaccination £25

For a full breakdown of consultation charges, please contact the practice.

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Phone: 020 7935 3351
Address: Suite 2, 35a Welbeck Street, London, W1G 8EZ

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