Dr Catherine Otty
Dr Catherine Otty has been a GP in Rotherhithe since 1989, when she was one of only two female GPs in the area. She is a partner at Albion Street Group Practice. She was elected to the QHS Board of Directors on 16 January 2014 and re-elected in April 2016, and was Chair of the Board from 2015 until 2017.
She is determined to ensure that the federation helps general practice to deliver the best care for patients in North Southwark.
Louisa is a GP partner at Albion Street Group Practice in Rotherhithe and has been working in Southwark since qualifying as a GP in 2012 and prior to that as a GP trainee. She has been working with with federation since 2016.
Louisa is passionate that local General Practice remains sustainable, high quality and continues to thrive and that it is at the centre of any new ways of working.
Tilly joined Villa Street Medical Centre as their Practice Manager in April 2012 and joined the partnership in October 2014. She was elected to the QHS Board of Directors on 13 April 2016 for a four-year term.
Her vision for QHS is to build a federation that supports and enables general practice to be both a good place to work, as well as providing the best care for all North Southwark residents.
Rebecca has been working in Southwark since 1992 as a Pharmacist and as a senior manager across both Primary and Secondary care.
Rebecca is committed to develop primary care, building on and embracing local skills and talent to ensure it is the heart of healthcare in North Southwark.
Olufemi has been practicing as a GP in Southwark for the last 20 years. He was appointed as a QHS Director for a four-year term in April 2016. He was elected as Chair in September 2017.
A lot of changes have occurred in primary care in that time, and with many more changes coming our way, Olufemi believes we need to work with our patients and other stake holders in ensuring that we continue to develop good quality services in the community.
Stefan has worked as a GP in Southwark since 2001. He joined The Bermondsey and Lansdowne Medical Mission (BLM2) as a partner in 2004 and continues in this position following the recent merger of BLM2 into Nexus Health Group. He was elected to the QHS Board of Directors in November 2017 for a four-year term.
Stefan’s ambition is to work on new care models consolidating the benefits of primary and secondary care to deliver a harmonised, responsive and integrated care experience for the residents of Southwark.