About our respiratory service

Alongside diagnosis and treatment for general chest problems, our team provides specialist respiratory services for inpatients and outpatients.

Conditions we treat

Diagnosis and treatment for tuberculosis at our TB clinic – the largest in North Central London – a dedicated multi-disciplinary lung cancer service,an asthma and allergy clinic and management of chronic obstruction pulmonary disease (COPD), including non-invasive ventilation.

There is a comprehensive sleep service with a dedicated sleep laboratory to assess patients at home or in hospital and facilities to initiate continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) treatment and follow up.

Respiratory clinics are held on weekday mornings and afternoons, co-located with X-ray and lung function facilities.

There is additional support in the lung cancer clinic from a cardiothoracic surgeon based at University College London Hospital who undertakes one outpatient clinic per fortnight. A consultant oncologist and a consultant radiotherapist each undertake one session per week.

Refer a patient

GP referral via e-RS

As part of the new NHS standard contract, we only accept referrals from GPs to consultant-led clinics through the e-RS.  Faxed or paper referrals will be rejected and will not be posted.

For rejected referrals, the GP will be informed within two days that their referral has been rejected.  It will then be the responsibility of the referring GP to resubmit the referral using e-RS.

NHS e-Referral service

If you wish to refer a patient, you can do it using the NHS e-Referral service (e-RS).

You can view available appointment slots and book the appointment before your patient leaves the surgery. If there are no clinic slots are available via e-RS, you can still refer your patient to us by selecting the ‘defer to provider’ option on e-RS.

If the patient wants to arrange the appointment outside of the surgery, please make sure you give them their booking reference number and e-RS password.         

If you can’t find a service on e-RS, you can search for the condition or review the

Patient transport

Please remember it is the GP's responsibility to assess the clinical need for any initial patient transport and for the provision of that first visit.

Meet our team

  • Dr Stefan Lozewicz – consultant physician respiratory medicine
  • Dr Himender Makker – consultant in respiratory medicine
  • Dr Ian Moonsie – consultant in respiratory medicine
  • Dr Bryan Sheinman – consultant in respiratory medicine
  • Dr Zaheer Mangera - lung cancer lead and respiratory consultant
  • Dr Bhagyashree Jayaraman - consultant in respiratory medicine
  • Dr Chris Valerio - lung cancer specialist and consultant in respiratory medicine
  • Ms Dorina Uwase - service manager
  • Mr Montel Humphrey - deputy service manager