Dr Sagar Patel
General Practitioner with Special Interest in Dermatology
MBBS, BSc (Hons), MRCGP, PGDipClinDerm
Dr Sagar is a well-respected, experienced GP with a special interest in Dermatology. He has completed further post graduate training in dermatology passing his Diploma in Dermatology with Distinction. He is committed to providing quality healthcare and takes time to listen to his patients to ensure that their needs are met. As a doctor who practices both privately and, in the NHS, he understands how important quality and continuity of care is, which is why he is so highly regarded among his patients for his professionalism, compassion, attention to detail, and the high level of care that he provides. When Dr Sagar is not at MyHealthcare Clinic, he works in the Dermatology Department at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospitals NHS Trust, where he treats general skin conditions, skin cancer, and performs minor skin surgeries.
Dr Sagar is dedicated to providing the best possible care and is continually updating his knowledge and skills to ensure that he is able to offer the most up-to-date treatments available. He is committed to helping his patients achieve their goals in a safe, comfortable, and supportive environment.
On his interest in helping people with dermatological concerns, he says that he is always willing to educate and empower his patients by providing them with knowledge and advice, as well as treatments and care that can help improve the health of their skin. He finds his interest in dermatology particularly rewarding, especially when visible improvements can be seen by following the right advice, treatment, and care. He believes that by taking the time to understand each patient’s individual needs and goals, he can create a plan of care that is tailored to their unique situation and strives to make sure that each patient leaves feeling informed, supported, and confident in their skin health.
Says Dr Sagar, “The opportunity to provide care to both adults and children is immensely rewarding. I appreciate being able to provide continuity of care to patients and getting to know them over time and see incremental improvements in their health over the short, medium and long term.”
Dr Sagar also has a passion for global health work and has spent extended periods of time working with NGOs in several countries including India, Uganda, Belize, and Cambodia. Currently, Dr Sagar also has a role with Health Education England, supporting a Cambodian NGO that runs local health services and outreach work in rural provinces and communities.
In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, travelling, skiing, and playing golf.