Dr Chaand Nagpaul

chair of the british medical association's gp committee

Dr Chaand Nagpaul was inspired to become a GP when he attended a practice in inner city London while a medical student.  Of the experience, he says “I was struck with awe at the personalised, compassionate and continuity of care provided by my GP trainer to patients and families, while also skilfully treating the breadth and complexity of medical problems that patients presented with”.  When he qualified, becoming a GP was the most competitive career option for those entering the medical profession. Out of 180 applicants, Nagpaul was one of only two to be offered a place. He has now been a GP for the past 23 years, and is the current chair of the British Medical Association’s GP Committee, which negotiates GP contracts. It is the only body to represent all NHS GP’s in the UK. 

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