Dr Kamal Haider is an experienced GP having worked in various hospital specialties as a junior doctor after graduation from University College Hospital in 2000. During this period of training, Dr Haider decided that general practice was his calling and so embarked upon becoming a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners, as he found himself very passionate about the provision of high quality, holistic, patient-focused medicine.
In his own words:
"It is not just about diagnosing the patient to me. It is also to help them understand what is wrong and make them part of the treatment process and that way the patient is more likely to comply and see a better result."
He has developed excellent skills in investigating and managing a range of medical conditions, both acute and related to chronic disease and in integrating care for the patient as a whole.
His specialty lies in preventative medicine and promoting health.
He believes in practicing what he preaches and plays football and cycles regularly. He has attained an FA coaching badge and works with youngsters of varying ages and socio-economic backgrounds, and thoroughly enjoys helping youngsters to make the most of their lives.
Primary Medical Qualification
MB BS 2000 University of London