Dr Prasanna Lingham

Private GP
BSc MBBS MRCS MRCGP DOccMed DPD MSc(Dermatology)

Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Prasanna Lingham at Spire include:

General practice

Professional profile

I have been a doctor for 17 years, qualifying from University College London, and have been a fully qualified GP for seven years. My initial career path was in urology, having completed a basic surgical training rotation in London and then working as a urology registrar in Adelaide, Australia. I then returned to the UK and completed GP training at Frimley Park Hospital in 2012, becoming a full-time Partner at Richmond Surgery (Fleet) in 2016. I have since been dealing with all aspects of general practice, and developed a keen interest in minor surgery and joint injections, as well as dermatology and occupational medicine.

I have achieved postgraduate qualifications in surgery, a diploma in occupational medicine and a diploma and masters in dermatology. I regularly teach medical students at my practice.

I ensure that I keep up to date with the full spectrum of general practice. My interests include dermatology, paediatrics, mental health, medical education and minor surgery.

Additional information

Clinical interests

Dermatology

Special interest in dermatology, joint injections and minor surgery.

Qualification and professional memberships

MBBS / University College London / 2002
Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery


Professional memberships

GMC
RCGP

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Current NHS posts

Richmond Surgery, Fleet

Contact information

Telephone 01252 895 490
Private secretary Julia Pearson
Private secretary telephone 01252 895 490
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