Dr. Khyber Alam
I trained as a Doctor back in 1998, going on to complete my GP training in Aberdeen. I developed a specialist interest in Digital health and see this as having the potential of addressing health inequalities, whilst at the same time recognising the challenges around Digital Inclusion. I am a foundational Fellow of the Australasian Institute of Digital Health, as well as a Fellow of the Faculty of Clinical Informatics. I was also awarded a Fellowship by the Royal College of GP’s for my contribution to Primary care.
I have extensive experience in service development and innovation in primary care, where I have been instrumental in transforming failing Practices into models of care emulated regionally. I continue to work in General Practice, as well as an Associate Medical Director in the NHS. My experience in the healthcare sector has allowed me to have an in-depth understanding of the entire patient journey. I see health and care as part of one continuum, and as a ‘coal face’ GP I have an appreciation for the difference an organisation like Bon Accord Care makes to the most vulnerable in society, as well as recognising the need for more cross-sectoral collaboration.
I am excited by the prospect of being a Consultant with Pak Health consultant which I see as a company with which I share the same core values. I see real opportunities to better integrate health and care, putting citizens at the centre of everything we do, with the resulting better health and well-being outcomes.