Dr Sharifah Ullah (British/UK Trained)

Dr Sharifah Ullah completed her medical training at the University of Liverpool, UK.

She then returned to her home town of Manchester where she underwent her specialist training for Family Medicine. As part of her training she has extensive experience in the Emergency Department, Gastroenterology, General Surgery, Dermatology, Orthopedics, Obs & Gynae, Rheumatology, and General Practice. Dr. Sharifah is fully licensed with the General Medical Council (GMC), and has successfully completed regular appraisals which showcase her continued learning. She is also a Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners.  Other Professional developments include being an examiner at the University of Manchester- examining students in their final year of training. Dr. Sharifah is also Basic Life Support (BLS) trained and is trained in smear taking (PAP).


Dr. Sharifah believes in practicing evidence-based medicine, and her consultation style is patient focused.  She has had fantastic feedback from previous patients and enjoys continuity of care that Family Medicine provides. She follows professional guidelines and practices ethically.Working across many Clinics in the North-West of the UK has allowed her to have a wealth of experience. This has heightened her ability to care for people of different backgrounds and social circumstances. This has allowed a deeper understanding that patients need to be cared for holistically.


Dr. Sharifah is happy to provide routine health checks amongst other things such as:

  • Diabetes, Thyroid disorders & other endocrinal disorders
  • Hypertension & other heart problems
  • Asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) & other respiratory problems   
  • Obesity & Nutritional assessment
  • Gastroenterology (IBS/IBD)
  • Routine check ups, health Risk assessments, screening test
  • Comprehensive health care for patients (children and adults)
  • Chronic diseases 
  • General Skin/ENT  conditions
  • Children’s health
  • Vaccinations
  • Musculoskeletal problems

 



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