Dr Mohamed Khan is a respected general practitioner based in London. He is also medical director of the ARKangel Hospital in central London. He specialises in primary care, family medicine and wellbeing. He is also expert in chronic disease management and referrals to other esteemed health care specialists.
Dr Khan qualified in medicine in India in 2003 before relocating to the UK to undergo further training. During this period he gained a wealth of experience in haematology, paediatrics, geriatrics, cardiology and general medicine at a range of hospitals across England and Scotland, including University Hospital Birmingham and the Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital. He was awarded membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2011. Since 2012, he has been based in London as a general practitioner. He now sees private patients at London’s ARKangel Hospital.
Dr Khan has been involved in various voluntary projects, including wide scale hepatitis B immunisation programmes and medical camps organised by the Rotract Club which facilitate medical care for the general public in Bijapur, India. He has also been involved in teaching medical students throughout his career.