Our medical team consists of registered UK doctors and pharmacists, and experienced medical advisors to ensure you get the best possible healthcare.
Dr Sarah Donald graduated from Liverpool University in 2004 and then qualified as a General Practitioner in 2008. She works as an NHS GP, an NHS Primary Urgent Care GP (and is an Approved OOH Clinical Supervisor for GP trainees) and a GP appraiser for NHS England. She has Clinical Leadership and Clinical Governance experience working for private providers of NHS primary urgent care services.
Sarah is the Clinical Lead of OnlineClinic as well as working as an online prescribing doctor for the company.
Dr. Abbot is an experienced local GP with over 17 years of local experience in the NHS and Private sector. He qualified at St Georges Medical School London in 1996 and has worked in the hospital sector and now is a long time practicing GP. He obtained his membership to the Royal College of General Practitioners in 1999.
At OnlineClinic he has been appointed as the Independent Medical Advisor in leading on Governance of the organisation.
Dr Mohamed works in Emergency Medicine in a variety of fields including general medicine, aesthetic medicine, general surgery, trauma, orthopaedics as well as training in anaesthetics and intensive care.
He works as a locum emergency medicine registrar at inner city hospitals and has a particular interest in aesthetics as well as pharmacology and Men's health.
Dr Chhaya graduated from Kings College London School of Medicine in London in 2012. During his subsequent GP training he gained experience in a variety of hospital fields including general medicine, surgery, palliative care, psychiatry, intensive care and obstetrics and gynaecology. He obtained his membership to the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2018.
He has gone on to work at inner city GP practices in London and has a particular interest in urgent care.
Dr Nosa-Ehima graduated from Kings College School of Medicine in London in 2013, where he was awarded the Jelf Medal.
He has worked within London and the West Midlands in general practice and a variety of medical and surgical specialties including general medicine, emergency medicine, general and orthopaedic surgery. He has a special interest in aesthetic medicine and minor surgery.
Dr Siddiq graduated from the University of Karachi in 2002. While in Pakistan, he gained experience in general surgery, urology and emergency medicine. After coming to UK, he continued emergency medicine and also gained experience in acute medicine, paediatrics, intensive care medicine and anaesthesia.
He mainly worked in East of England Hospitals and currently working as a locum consultant in Emergency Medicine East Sussex Healthcare Trust. He has special interest in trauma, anaesthesia as well as men's health.
Dr Anju Verma graduated from Imperial College London in 2002. She has been an academic GP and Medical Educator for nine years and has attained membership of the Royal College of Physicians, Royal College of General Practitioners and an MA in Clinical Education.
She has worked in a variety of hospital posts including cardiology, paediatrics, infectious diseases, renal medicine, psychiatry and as a senior doctor in Acute Medicine.
She is passionate about whole person care, patient safety, healthcare professional education and enjoys using technology to enhance health and wellbeing.
Dr. Ilaria Terrinoni graduated from the Sapienza University of Rome in 2012. After qualifying as a GP in Italy, she made the move to the UK, completing the Induction and Refresher Scheme (HEE), as well as a nine-month placement at Brook Green Medical Centre.
Since 2015, Dr. Terrinoni has cultivated an interest in innovation technology. She was involved in the development of three clinical decision support systems, designed for the management of MSK conditions, anticoagulant therapy and headaches in primary care. Whilst based in the UK, she has also had the opportunity to acquire an extensive knowledge of all areas of general practice.
Dr Kok Ching Ng has led a long and varied medical career. He first graduated in 1974 with an MBBS, obtaining his MRCP diploma in 1977 (this qualified him to practice in the UK). He worked as a private physician and cardiologist in Malaysia, and in 1986 commissioned a private hospital in his hometown. For this, he was awarded the British High Commissioner Award for 1991. He then spent a year at the National Heart and Lung Institute, Royal Brompton.
In 1995, Dr Ng returned to the UK permanently. In London, he held numerous positions as a senior residential medical officer of cardiology in private hospitals. During this time, he cultivated an interest in law. He graduated with LLB Hons in 2000 from the University of London. Following this, he was certified as a GP after a conversion year as a registrar. Dr Ng has also worked as senior ship physician with Carnival Cruise Line and Saga Cruises. He is currently an out-of-hours GP, as well as a clinical supervisor for GP trainees.
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