Dr Jatindar Thompson

Dr Jatindar Thompson

General Practitioner
MBBS, MRCGP, Dipp Occ Med

Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Jatindar Thompson at Spire include:

General practice

Professional profile

After qualifying in London, I trained as General Practitioner at the Chelsea Westminster Hospital and in Kensington. I became a Partner in a Private General Practice in Harrow which also included a pharmacy and a travel clinic. I became the Occupational Health Doctor for a number of blue chip companies and was the lead physician for the Travel Clinic and teenage and adolescent patients at the practice.

Since moving to Surrey I have worked in several NHS practices as a General Practitioner and still continue to do so. I have worked in the wellness unit at Gatwick Park Hospital for 10 years, providing corporate, fitness, women's health and general medical examinations.

Additional information

Clinical interests

General practice

My clinical interests include all aspects of general practice including child health, elderly and chronic disease management. I have a special interest in mental health, teenage and adolescent medicine, occupational medicine, preventative medicine and screening, sports, fitness and nutrition.

Qualification and professional memberships

MBBS / St Mary's Hospital Medical School (now Imperial College) / 1991
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery

Professional memberships

Member of the Royal College of GPs
Member of the British Medical Association

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Current NHS posts

Dorking Medical Practice

Personal profile

I enjoy spending my spare time with my husband and two children and walking our dog in the Surrey Hills.

Contact information

Telephone 01293 778 906
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