Members of the team are:

Dr Christopher Holdridge (m)

GP Partner
I qualified in medicine from King’s College London 2010. I Achieved MRCGP 2015. The summer of 2015 I joined Elm/Cator Practice, right after completing GP training. My main areas of interest are joint and soft tissue injections and minor surgery. I am involved in running minor surgery clinics, steroid injections in normal clinic appointments, responsibility for the Patient Participation Group and Information Governance. Prior to studying medicine I gained a degree in English Literature from Durham University and worked briefly in the media.

Dr Jenny Huang (f)

Salaried GP

I qualified from Guy’s Kings and St Thomas’ Medical School in 2012 and completed 2 years of foundation training in North West London before moving back south of the river for GP training in Bromley. I joined Cator Medical Centre in 2017.



Dr Sivaja Sithamparapillai (f)

Salaried GP and GP Trainer

I qualified as a doctor in 1997 from Guy’s and St Thomas, London and qualified as a GP in 2002.
I Joined Cator Medical Centre in April 2015. My area of interests are Gynaecology and Family Planning.
I am a GP Trainer since May 2017. I also offer coil and implant clinics as well as baby/ postnatal appointments.



Dr Deepali Patel (f)

Salaried GP

I qualified from the University of Birmingham in 2013 and joined Cator Medical Centre in August 2018 for my GP Registrar year.




Dr Charmaine Ribeiro (f)

Salaried GP 

I qualified from King’s College London in 2013. I completed my foundation training in Oxfordshire followed by GP training back in South London. I started at Cator Medical Centre in January 2020. I am interested in all areas of General Practice but particularly Dermatology and Medical Education.

Dr Umayr Jakhura (m)

Salaried GP

I qualified from Barts and The London School of Medicine in 2014. Having only recently joined Cator Medical Centre in the last month, I am excited to be a part of the team. I have also achieved my Bachelor of Medical Sciences degree​ in Molecular Medicine, which has allowed me to pursue my interest in this field.