Dr Nillaesh Sonill


Dr Nillaesh Sonill is the Medical Director and Clinical Lead for Pimlico Health Centre. He graduated from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne Medical School in 2006, prior to completing an intercalated BSc Degree in Pharmacology at King’s College London and a summer school programme in International Law at the London School of Economics. He has extensive experience in a number of specialties including acute medicine, gastroenterology and general surgery prior to entering general practice training. He has completed a Medical Leadership Programme at Harvard Medical School and a post-graduate diploma in Clinical Dermatology, achieving a distinction pass. He also holds a certificate in nutrition from St Mary’s University. Dr Sonill has vast experience of working in General Practice in Central London, both within the NHS and privately on Harley Street. Overall his experience and knowledge provide the clinic with great understanding, leadership and approach in delivering a personalised service for our patients.

He is a full member of the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) and also holds membership to the World Society of Anti-aging Medicine and Fellowship to the Royal Society of Medicine. Dr Sonill has a keen interest in dermatology, musculoskeletal disorders, nutrition and Men’s health. He enjoys the theatre, travelling and is a keen runner. 

Dr Natasha Christofides


Dr Natasha Christofides graduated from University College and Royal free medical school in 2008.  Through her hospital training in London she has extensive experience in a number of specialties including paediatrics, obstetrics and gynaecology, acute medicine, psychiatry and palliative care. She has a specialist interest in Paediatrics and passed the MRCPCH Part 1a and Diploma of child health examinations whilst qualifying as a GP in St Marys GP vocational training scheme in 2013.

She currently has a salaried GP post within the NHS, alongside her private work at Pimlico Health Centre.  She enjoys teaching and teaches Imperial college medial students during their GP placements. She also works part time as a GP clinical lead for Children and Young people in central London CCG.