Dr Farah Jameel is a London based sessional GP, having completed her GP training in 2013. She was featured that year in the GP trade press as a top up-and-coming GP and also won an award for effective leadership. She has since, in 2014 and 2015, been named as one of the top 50 most influential GP’s.
She is a Council Member at Medical Women’s Federation, Deputy Chair of the BMA’s Equality and Inclusion Committee and a national executive member of the British International Doctor’s Association. She was previously Chair of the South Thames Regional Junior Doctors Committee in 2012 and has been a member of the British Medical Association’s UK Junior Doctors Committee between 2010 to 2014. She is currently a member of the UK General Practitioners Committee and Camden LMC and has been involved in medical politics since 2009.
She enjoys working with grassroots, new and senior members, listening to and vocalising the concerns shared by the profession, in the right fora. A strong believer of the NHS and its core principles, she has consistently fought to maintain and improve working conditions and patient care. Being a BME woman and an international medical graduate, she has a keen interest in ensuring equality and fairness is extended to all. She has a special interest in Dermatology and is currently pursuing a diploma in dermatology. She also occasionally writes for the GP trade press.