About Dr Singh

Dr Singh has been a GP for over 20 years, both in the UK and Australia, and has worked extensively across all areas of General Practice.

He has extensive experience combining mainstream general practice with lifestyle medicine.

This approach focuses heavily on identifying and addressing the root cause of health issues, not only the treatment of symptoms.

It may include looking at factors such as gut health, immune system function, diet, stress levels, sleep quality and exposure to environmental toxins.

Dr Singh’s ultimate goal is for you to achieve optimal health and prevent the onset of disease in the first place.

Dr Singh’s qualifications and registrations include:

  • Bachelor of Medicine, St George’s Hospital University 2001
  • Member of Royal College of General Practitioners UK 2008
  • Diploma of Nutrition 2019
  • Certified with Australasian Academy of Anti-Ageing Medicine

A journey to Australia & back

Dr Singh qualified at St Georges Hospital (University of London) in 2001 and became a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2008.

In his early years as a GP, he worked for long periods of time in aged care environments, including nursing and residential care homes, and witnessed first-hand the serious and often debilitating health issues that can affect people in older age.

One thing that stood out to him during this time was that many of these health issues could have been delayed, or even prevented entirely, if people had made different lifestyle choices earlier in their life.

This shifted the focus of his practice towards a much more proactive and holistic approach.

In 2014 he emigrated to Australia where he completed a Diploma in Nutrition and a certification with the Australasian Academy of Anti-Ageing medicine.

He ran his own practice in Sydney where he also become an experienced Lifestyle Medicine Practitioner.

Having retuned to the UK in 2022, Dr Singh has re-entered a healthcare system that is under an enormous amount of pressure to keep up with the current demand and often leaves people feeling frustrated, confused and uncertain as to how to proceed with their health issues.

How Conscious Healthcare was born

Over the course of time, the general health conditions that people are presenting with have become more complex and need a multi-faceted approach.

People often need to spend much more time with their doctor and may need input from multiple practitioners, both mainstream and complementary.

In addition to this, a better outcome can be achieved when a single practitioner is coordinating your care.

They may not be involved in every step of the treatment process but are aware of all aspects of any given case and act as a central point of contact.

For these reasons, Conscious Healthcare was born with Dr Singh’s passion and drive to help people address these challenges and to help navigate the full breadth of the healthcare system so that they end up with the best possible outcome for themselves.