Dr Sharezad Tang
QualificationsMBChB, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP (DFSRH)
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Dr Sharezad Tang qualified from Manchester University Medical School 1997, followed by a broad postgraduate GP training at NE London Deanery, gaining extensive skills and valuable experience in General Medicine, Women’s Health, Paediatrics, Psychiatry, Accident, and Emergency. This led to formal postgraduate qualifications in General Practice (MRCGP), Obstetrics & Gynaecology (DRCOG) and Family Planning (DFFP).
She has previously worked in North London as a GP principal for more than 14 years providing the breadth of Primary Care GP services, managing both acute clinical presentations and long term conditions. She was a substantive GP Partner for 7 years, with responsibility as staff and finance lead, as well as QOF lead. On successful completion of DFRSH (DFFP) training, she gained certification for providing contraceptive implants/IUDs.
She then undertook training with London Deanery and University of Westminster and qualified as a postgraduate GP trainer 2007 and has been Educational/Clinical Supervisor for GP trainees undergoing GP training from the London School of General Practice.
Dr Tang was an appointed member of the statutory Health and Well-being Board for Haringey from 2011, and thereafter the vice-chair from 2013-16. In addition, she was elected as a board member of Haringey Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG). Subsequently, she was elected Chair of the Haringey CCG Board 2013-2016. This enabled successful commissioning of a primary-secondary care interface rapid response clinical service, and a large number of specialist services in the community.
Dr Tang is well recognised for providing an outstanding level of clinical care, delivering high-quality patient-centered consultations, combining a holistic approach with personalised management plan. There is an emphasis on providing continuity of care with bespoke health screening and preventative medicine. She also has particular expertise in Women’s health, including contraceptive advice, pre/ante-natal counselling, and menopausal concerns.
Royal College of General Practitioners
Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health, Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology