Clinical Network member profiles
You can find out more about the members of Lambeth CCG's Clinical Network here.
Dr Martin Godfrey, Clinical Network Lead and Learning Disabilities Lead
Martin has been a GP in Lambeth since 2005, working at the Streatham High Practice. Prior to this he held a number of positions as a sessional GP, most notably working for many years with the late Dr John Fry in Beckenham. He became joint lead for Learning Disabilities in 2014.
As well as working as a practising GP, Martin has worked in the world of medical education creating educational programmes for doctors, nurses and pharmacists both in the UK and the US. He was president of the section of general practice at the Royal Society of Medicine for two separate terms. He was also editor of GP newspaper.
Martin has two boys aged 12 and 16 and an adopted Vietnamese daughter aged 10. He is a keen writer, having written a number of books on a variety of general practice topics. He is also an occasional newspaper columnist, radio and TV broadcaster.
Dr Rajive Mitra, lead for mental health, staying healthy, engagement and education
Rajive has been a GP at Lambeth Walk since 1995 and holds a number of responsibilities on the Clinical Network as well as sitting on the Lambeth CCG governing body as the member for North Lambeth.
As well as working as a practising GP, Rajive is a GP trainer and undergraduate teacher for Kings College. He has been a governing body member for four years and has interests in Mental Health, GP Education, Medical research, Staying Healthy as well as Patient Engagement and Involvement to help improve services.
Rajive is a father of three boys aged 18, 17 and 12 and lives in Kennington near the practice. In his spare time he is a member of a book group and likes to read novels, keep fit by playing sport and going to the gym and spending time with his wife taking her travelling as well as to theatres, restaurants and art galleries .
Dr Lisa le Roux, gynaecology lead
Lisa is a member of Lambeth CCG's governing body as well as the gynaecology lead for the Clinical Network.
She has been a GP since 2009 and worked at the Crown Dale Medical Centre in SE19 from 2009 until 2015 when she became a locum.
Lisa is qualified to administer joint injections and insert contraceptive coils and implants.