Dr Azadeh Ovaici

General Practitioner


  • MB BS 2005 University of London

Specialist Services:

  • Womens’ Health Screens and Packages e.g. smears
  • Paediatrics (her little favourites!)
  • Immunisations including UK/ French/ American vaccination schedules as well as chicken pox & BCG vaccinations
  • Travel vaccinations
  • Management of chronic conditions e.g. Asthma / Diabetes
  • Private prescriptions
  • Anti-wrinkle injectables
  • Lifestyle and weight management
  • Home visits

Dr Azadeh Ovaici

Dr Ovaici is a meticulous, focused doctor who takes a holistic approach to your health.

She has been working as a GP for over 10 years and has over this time developed the essential skills to be a successful and sought after GP. She believes that listening and a trusting rapport are key to finding the solution to any medical problem.

She combines that with her efficient resources such as same day blood tests and scans as well as strong relationships with some of the best specialist consultants to deliver reassuring and safe management plans.

Over the years she has developed a keen interest in Women’s Health, Health Screening and Health Promotion. She is the lead GP in The Women’s Wellness Centre, where she manages the cervical smear and health promotion packages. She also relishes in the privilege of the continuity of care she provides for her patients including guiding mums through their pregnancies, mum and baby checks, paediatric vaccinations and common paediatric problems.

Dr Ovaici qualified from St Georges Hospital University of London in 2005 and rotated between various specialities including Paediatrics, Gynaecology & Obstetrics, Psychiatry and A&E to name a few in Londons top Hospitals developing strong relationships with excellent consultants to whom she can refer to if needed.

She has a warm yet confident approach to her consultations and also consults in Persian.

Professional Memberships:

  • Royal College of General Practitioners
  • British Medical Association
  • Medical Defence Union
  • BMJ