Opening new lines of access to primary care and enhancing patients experience, whilst delivering a cost effective service
Our tools give patients an online service for managing minor conditions, and free-up GP time for patients with the most complex needs
When it comes to clinical excellence and understanding how best to support a modern practice, our team know just what NHS GPs need.
The webGP service transforms access to healthcare for patients by empowering them to self-care for their minor conditions.
We don't just believe in giving patients convenient, online access to healthcare. We believe it's vital to do so within existing patient-doctor relationships. That's why our set of online tools are focused on building the capability of local GP practice websites. You should talk with us to find out how we increase your patient access, whilst freeing-up GP time for patients with the most complex needs.
As the largest network of GP practices in London, the Hurley Group has a track record of delivering innovation in healthcare.
The Hurley Group GP practice network handles over 500,000 patient consultations every year. The webGP tools were originally developed for our need to improve how our doctors use face-to-face consultation time.With over 20 years of front-line experience delivering to the highest clinical standards, we know just what it takes to build a set of tools that support modern NHS GPs. That's why we decided to make them available to other NHS GP practices.
Our webGP team includes three of the Hurley Group partners, and works closely with the Hurley Group to help develop our online tools.
Mark qualified from Southampton University in 1979. Since 1992, he has been a GP doctor trainer and in 2007 was appointed Clinical Senior Lecturer at King's College London. Mark has been the Medical Director for the Hurley Group since 2006 with overall Clinical Governance responsibility.
Arvind qualified from Leicester University in 1991 and completed his GP training at St Thomas' Hospital. A partner of the Hurley Clinic since 1995, Arvind is now responsible for business development and strategy. Clinical interests include substance misuse and improving health care in deprived communities.
Aravinth qualified from the University College London Medical School in 2002 He completed his GP training in 2008 and is currently Lead GP at the New Cross GP Walk-in Centre in London.
Murray qualified from the University of London in 1999 and trained as an Accident and Emergency doctor before starting his career in General Practice. In 2006, he joined the Hurley Clinic and practices at Riverside Medical Centre in Vauxhall.
Steve has been working in software development for 13 years and has extensive experience in building enterprise web applications across the finance, insurance and new media industries. This includes co-designing a multi-tier derivatives valuation platform, as used by HSBC
Andrew has 15 years experience in sales and marketing roles in the publishing and recruitment sectors. He is on the board of Chapel St, a not-for-profit which runs schools, health and employment programs.