MBBS, MRCGP, DRCOG
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Dr. Gupta qualified as a doctor at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi in 1990. Thereafter, she trained and worked in the United Kingdom as a General Practitioner (GP). Further to her return to India, she has worked as a GP in various settings including a nearly decade-long engagement with the British High Commission. At the British Medical Centre, she has provided complete family healthcare services for the Diplomatic staff and families of the British High Commission and other Diplomatic Missions. During this time, she was also engaged as Medical Officer for UK Visa Immigration health checks. In the Indian sector, she has been engaged in preventive health checks, outpatient care, and corporate health services.Dr.Gupta is deeply interested in providing high quality comprehensive GP care through routine consultations for all age groups. She has been caring for ailments such as fever, chest complaints, ear and throat complaints, gastrointestinal infections, childhood immunisations and developmental checks, women's health checks including Pap smears, management of chronic diseases and emphasis on preventive aspects of emotional difficulties, routine health checks and premarital counselling.Consultations with prior appointment advised. When possible, please do mention if for a preventive health check, school medical or vaccinations.
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Q: Who is General Physician?
A: A general physician (GP) is a medical doctor who specializes in non-surgical healthcare to adults. A general physician treats many diseases that affect the body, whose primary treatment does not require surgery. General physicians treat all conditions related to the cardiovascular, respiratory, neurological, haematological, endocrine, and gastrointestinal systems. Some GPs can specialize in any one of the systems listed above.
Q: What are the education qualifications for a General Physician?
A: General physicians are also referred to as primary care physicians. A general physician needs to complete a medical residency for primary care practice after graduating from medical school. The pre-requisites for residency are a bachelor’s degree based on sciences, minimum GPA, medical school, and basic medical training. The candidate should be committed to spend 3 years in residency.
Q: For which symptoms should one consult a General Physician?
A: A general physician is usually the primary contact for any health issue. A general physician treats you for cardiovascular, respiratory, muscle-bone, neurological, gastrointestinal, and endocrine related health issues that can be treated without surgical intervention. So, if you have any symptoms related to any of these systems, you can consult a general physician.
Q: Do General Physicians provide home consultations?
A: General physicians or practitioners provide routine healthcare like physical examinations and immunizations, and treat a host of medical conditions. They usually have regular, ongoing, long-term patients and provide medical care to patients of different age groups. Providing home consultations is a choice that the general practitioner has to make. General check-ups or routine examinations may be provided at home.
Q: Can a General Physician perform surgery?
A: No, a general physician mainly provides non-surgical treatment for a number of health conditions, illnesses, and injuries. A general surgeon and not a general physician performs surgeries. General physicians specialize in primary care and build long-term relationships with the patients. The treatment provided by physicians revolves around basic medication, physical therapy, and other non-surgical techniques to treat various conditions