Dr Chamali qualified in medicine in 2015, with medical and Bachelor of Science degrees from Imperial College London. Further training followed, in general medicine, palliative care, general surgery and orthopaedics.
A useful mix for a doctor intending to dedicate his career to being a GP, Dr Chamali believing this to be an important way to serve the community.
Working as a GP within the NHS and private facilities, he has built a reputation for sound medical practice and being able to relate to patient needs. Helping him to provide individual support at the primary point in medicine.
Whether patients require a health check, or treatment for an injury, or illness, Dr Chamali will assist. He can also organise speedy referral to a specialist, at our hospital, or wherever you choose.
Above all, Dr Chamali feels he is there to listen to his patients. Helping to interpret their symptoms, or offer personal advice, along with ensuring those he supports feel the reason they attended was understood and addressed.
Research projects Dr Chamali has directly contributed to include the risk of stroke due to iron deficiency and dietary supplement use in hereditary blood vessel disorder.
He is a firm believer in the value of medical research and in sharing knowledge with colleagues, to benefit patients.