UK trained and registered with the General Medical Council
Undergo rigorous interviews with our Chief Medical Officer & Clinical Directors
Have passed full background checks and completed detailed training
Continue to work in the NHS
Receive ongoing clinical and educational support
Dr Bhagat is GPDQ’s founder and Chief Medical Officer. He’s practised as an NHS GP for 15 years in North London. He developed GPDQ, the UK’s first doctor on demand app to connect patients with GPs to deliver top quality care.
Dr Jiwani is one of GPDQ’s Clinical Leads. He works as a GP, Medical Director for Enfield Primary Care Trust and is an educational lead for Royal College of General Practitioners (NWL). He completed an NIHR fellowship in eHealth and is lecturer for Telemedicine at Imperial College.
Dr Skidmore is one of GPDQ’s founding doctors. Further to his work as a GP, he has been involved in remote and evacuation medicine, a doctor to some of London’s homeless community, and an examiner for the General Medical Council.
Dr Kayat is one of GPDQ’s founding doctors and a resident GP for the weekly ‘Second Opinion’ feature on ITV’s This Morning.
Dr York is based in South London, he has an interest in preventative medicine, musculoskeletal disorders. He’s been a GP for four years and sees GPDQ patients outside of his full time NHS role.
Dr Wright is an associate GP in South West London. Although he prides himself as a generalist his specialist interests include paediatrics, men’s and musculoskeletal medicine. He has extensive experience in UK and US hospitals for these specific areas.