Dr Vidhya Viswam (f)

Dr Viswam takes great pride in being a family physician. She has a solid grounding in both hospital medicine and primary care and is a firm believer in the positive impact of lifestyle on health and wellbeing. 

She started working at Roysia shortly after moving to Cambridge in 2019. Before which, she was a GP for 5 years in Kent where she did her training. 

She works all days on Tuesdays along with Monday and Thursday mornings.

She has an interest in women’s health and mental health and also in medical education. 

Outside of general practice she enjoys time with her family, is actively involved in her church and is a blogger. 

Dr Elizabeth Njire (f)

Having qualified from medical school in 2006, I joined general practice in 2016 after 10 years in hospital medicine and did my General practice training in Hertfordshire and worked in west Cambridgeshire prior to joining Roysia, GP has been to date the most rewarding part of my medical career, with the opportunity to walk alongside patients in their individual journeys.

In addition to women reproductive and child health, other areas of interest include elderly care and palliative care as well as public health medicine.


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