Meet our Team
Ames Medical Services has a seasoned team of professional staff ready to address your medical needs.
The team is led by Dr. Alexandra Ames who graduated in 2000 from the Royal Free and University College Medical School (UCL) in London.
She won the Robert and Diana Dick Prize.
Dr. Alexandra Ames
Internal Medicine / GP
Dr. Ames went on to specialize in Internal Medicine, gaining Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP) in 2005. Her efforts to focus on treating people holistically in the community led to her gaining a further specialist GP qualification MRCGP in 2006.She has an interest in Chronic Disease especially Diabetes. In 2009 she became a Diplomatate of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, of the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecologists. This means that she has a special interest in Women’s health and Family Planning and fits coils and Mirenas. She has a particular interest in cancer screening, and is also available to help with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and menopausal symptoms.Four years ago she started doing Telehealth Consultations to augment her practice for her patients, for their convenience. This end to end encrypted video service has become even more important to them during the COVID 19 Pandemic. To her knowledge she is the first doctor to ever offer this service locally. With the outbreak of the Pandemic this service has been providing a Telehealth COVID service to a Bank and Food Manufacturing Company. For this, Ames Medical Services actually won a Biz X America award!One of her passions is empowerment of patients by education, communication and technology. With this in mind she did a regular, live, phone in program called “Medicine Made Simple” with 103.5FM and (90.5FM) hosted by Marcia Miranda for 2 years 2015-2017.
Dr. Analisa Cumberbatch
Dr. Cumberbatch is a Medical Physician with extensive experience in Primary Care Medicine and General Practice which she developed after having practiced in the public sector for over five years and privately for greater than seven years.Her career in the public sector included two years in Anaesthetics and Intensive Care followed by three years in the primary care facilities in North East Trinidad. During this time, she was responsible for community health including: child health, chronic disease management, antenatal management, general practice and geriatric care.Her time in the public sector taught her the importance of empowering patients to manage their health by their lifestyle choices and as such she focused on Preventive Medicine during her time in her private practice. She has always been an advocate for her patients to ensure that they maintain a balanced quality of life. She has worked with corporate clients in various fields (insurance, energy sector, hospitality and banking) to develop corporate wellness programs and initiatives to promote the health and wellness of their employee population. This was very fulfilling for her as this approach proved to be very beneficial both to the clinical indicators (for chronic diseases) and mental wellbeing of her patients.Over the past few months, to assist during the COVID pandemic, she has worked with Ames Medical Services providing medical care and counseling via telemedicine to patients with a high suspicion of Covid-19.Dr Cumberbatch is very passionate about providing the best possible care to her patients through the advancement of medicine in Trinidad and Tobago. She has served on the council of the Trinidad and Tobago Medical Association for 10 years where she also served as President during 2019 to 2020. Their primary focus has been providing continued medical education programs for the medical fraternity to ensure doctors are updated on recent medical advancements, as well as community service initiatives through outreach programs across Trinidad and Tobago.
Dr. Sacha Rajack
Ophthalmologist / GP
Dr. Rajack completed her undergraduate MBChB at Edinburgh University in 1998. She attained her postgraduate degrees: MRC Ophthalmology 2003 at Edinburgh 2003 and MRCGP 2009 at Oxford. She currently works with the NWRHA as a General Practitioner with a specialist interest in Ophthalmology, involving routine General Practice and Primary Care Ophthalmology including diabetic retinopathy screening and glaucoma monitoring clinics.Dr Rajack is both an eye doctor and a specialist GP so in addition to taking care of your eyes she is also available for GP appointments on a Saturday and tele-health also on a Tuesday after 4pm.
Chiropodist / Podiatrist
Be foot sure not foot sore!
Kimberly de Verteuil