We set up GP at Home because we felt there was an essential need for a quick and convenient way of diagnosing medical problems and making referrals or prescribing treatments. GP at Home is not an emergency service but an additional reassurance for our registered patients.
GP at Home doctors are registered on the General Medical Council’s GP Register and have many years of experience working as General Practitioners within the UK health care system as well as running their own private clinic (GPatLondonW1)
About the founders
Dr Setchell and Dr Payne established a private general practice at 92 Harley Street, GP at 92, in October 2010 and started GP at Home in 2012. They were invited to move their practice to King Edward VII’s Hospital in October 2015.
Dr Justine Setchell qualified from St. Mary’s Hospital Medical School in 1990. Having completed her pre-registration training, she embarked on her general practice training over the following 3 years, covering trauma medicine, elderly medicine, psychiatry and obstetrics and gynaecology, during which period she obtained her DRCOG and MRCGP. She worked in NHS general practice for 14 years before moving into private general practice in September 2009. She has been the Occupational Health Physician for John Lewis, Oxford Street since 2008.
Dr Fiona Payne qualified from St Thomas’ Hospital Medical School in 1989. After completing pre-registration jobs, she became medical editor for Dorling Kindersley, writing a series of books for the American Medical Association, as well as The Family Medical Encyclopedia and Picturepedia of the Human Body.
Dr Payne then returned to clinical medicine, working in General Surgery, Oncology and Obstetrics and Gynaecology before completing her General Practice training. She became a full time GP Principal in south-west London in 1999 and moved into private General Practice in 2010. She continues to do NHS sessions in South London.