Dr Harpal Bains MBBS DFSRH PGCAestMed (Dist)

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Dr Harpal Bains has had a varied and interesting career in medicine, starting with surgery whilst in the NHS and then moving on to private medicine for over 15 years.

It all started with wanting to try something different. She was the company doctor with AKE limited, a hostile region training facility formed by former SAS elites. She trained journalists in medical survival in hostile regions. 

This led her to London where she worked as a surgeon for Marie Stopes International. During this time, she pursued her postgraduate diploma in Sexual and Reproductive medicine which eventually led to working in a male sexual dysfunction clinic in Harley street. Her work in sexual dysfunction led her to testosterone and eventually the whole spectrum of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy and functional medicine. She trained in the USA under Neal Rouzier, who is one of the foremost experts in the world in BHRT. Alongside this, she has developed her own protocol incorporating her in-depth experience to create a thorough programme to address her patients' needs and well being.



Dr Baldeep Bains - MBChB MRCS MRCGP DAvMed DOccMed

  • Dr Baldeep has taken a long term sabbatical and is now in Nova Scotia. As lovely as it must be out there, we certainly hope that he will soon return back to the UK. But in the meantime, we do wish him all the best and will soon be introducing another doctor to the team.

Dr Baldeep Bains qualified from Dundee Medical School in 1999. While in medical school, he joined The Armed Forces as a military cadet and later a naval doctor for 16 years. Upon completion of officer’s training he conducted a variety of land and sea deployments in both conflict and non-conflict zones.  Thereafter he trained 4 years as an orthopaedic surgeon in Birmingham attaining his membership of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh.

Dr Baldeep later decided to expand his repertoire and retrain as a military GP in order to explore his interest in sport & rehabilitation medicine, occupational & stress medicine alongside aviation medicine. He left the military in 2015 and since then, has been working as a private and NHS GP. 


Clarisse Ann Lagman - Nurse and Manager

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Clarisse received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at Holy Angel University in Philippines and acquired her license to practice in 2009. She has been working in healthcare since 2003 in a variety of demanding public and private healthcare settings in Philippines, USA, Australia and United Kingdom

The path towards her nursing career began when she was young and would go with her father on his medical missions back home in Philippines, her father has a huge influence why she chose this path. She was inspired by the work he does as a doctor and his passion in caring for people and making a difference in their lives.


  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree - 2006-2009

  • Adult and Paediatric trained phlebotomist (UK) - 2015

  • Acute post anesthetic nursing care, nursing care in an anesthetized patient and Preparation of a patient for anesthesia (Pre-operative visit) - 2009

Client Care Team

Gary - Head of Medical & Operations

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Coming soon…..

Nirupa - Orders & Finance


Nirupa is in charge of all our orders within the clinic. She has a keen eye for detail and ensures that all orders and financial matters are dealt with precision and efficiency. 

She used to be a lecturer at university on the subject of civil services for many years before she took a career break to concentrate on raising a family. This is her first job after her break and we hope that she will grow our department with her knowledge, level-headedness and background.

Aliyah - Client Care Coordinator


Aliyah is our do-it-all back of house person and a trainee Health Coach. She joined the team in 2017 and quickly became a hit with all our clients thanks to her upbeat spirit. She's super efficient, a great communicator and understands the type of medicine that we do. 

She demonstrated a natural propensity for being the missing link between our doctors and patients, and as such, we decided that she would be the official 'go-between' person - answering questions in a manner that laypeople can understand and removing 'doctor-speak'. Hence improving our patients' experience overall.