About Us

Clinic Vision

ADDmire clinic sees patients on a private basis, usually after referral from their GP or another Consultant, although parents are also welcome to contact us directly. Our longer-term objective is to be in a position to see NHS referrals but that is not currently possible. ADDmire is currently operated as a private limited company and has full CQC authorisation. In the future, we would hope to be able to re-establish ADDmire as a Community Interest Company working with other partners in the field.

The Team

Our team consists of Consultant Paediatrician, nurses and managerial and administrative staff.

ADDmire has been set up by Dr Bozhena Zoritch, FRCPCH, MA, MSc. She is a  highly experienced Consultant Paediatrician who has worked at the pre-eminent local NHS ADHD clinic for many years. We work closely with Jill Goulding who is a Speech and Language Specialist and Angela Hraib who is an ADHD Nurse Specialist. Glenda Selby is our clinic co-ordinator who will support you and your child in the clinic. Our clinic manager Camille will guide you through appointments information and will communicate with you about our service.

Dr Bozhena Zoritch

Clinical Director ADDmire Clinic and Consultant Neurodevelopmental Paediatrician

Dr Bozhena Zoritch practices as part-time as Consultant Neurodevelopmental Paediatrician at Epsom General Hospital and also provides private ADHD and ASD assessment and treatment at ADDmire clinic in Surrey. Prior to her retirement as a full-time NHS Consultant, she led one of the largest NHS ADHD clinics in the country for 20 years. She has Masters Degrees in Science (Community Paediatrics) and Arts (Medical Humanities) which enable her to give a truly holistic service to her patients.

Currently, she is engaged in a research project on ADHD as part of her PhD degree in Medical Humanities at the University of London. She is a Senior Member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. In her 35 years as a paediatrician in the UK, she has been a staunch advocate of the psychosocial aspects of chronic disorders. No other condition has been as intriguing and rewarding in this context as ADHD.

Dr Paul Crawshaw

Managing Director ADDmire Clinic

Dr Paul Crawshaw has worked in the NHS since 1982. He has 35 years experience as a paediatrician, including 22 years as a consultant and senior manager at Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals up until 2017. Currently, in addition to being one of the directors of ADDmire Clinic, he works for the NHS on developing local strategy and he is involved in medical report writing.

Camille

Clinic Manager

Mrs Glenda Selby

Clinic Co-ordinator

Jill Goulding

Speech and Language Therapist

Angela Hraib

ADHD Specialist Nurse