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Dr Charanjit Kaur

Clinical Lead - Cellular Pathology

Based at: St George's Hospital

Dr Kaur joined St George’s Hospital in 2014, having previously worked at the Whittington Hospital. She subspecialised while at St George’s and her special areas of interest are breast and gastrointestinal pathology and dermatopathology.

She graduated from the prestigious Armed Forces Medical College in India in 1990 and was then commissioned into the Indian army as a general medical officer. After serving for five years as a Captain in the Indian Army Medical Corps, she took her release from army service and did her postgraduation in Pathology in India. She joined the UK Histopathology training programme (London region) in 2003 and obtained her FRCPath degree in 2007.

Dr Kaur has a special interest in medical education and is a GMC recognised Medical Educator, involved in both undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. She has been the Lead Educational Supervisor for the Histopathology trainees at St George’s and oversees the delivery of the training programme in the department. She also contributes to regional pathology teaching for pan-London trainees.

Dr Kaur will be deputised in her role by Dr Nilukshi Wijesuriya.

Latest news

May 16, 2022

Point of Care Testing (POCT) at St George’s gets first UKAS accreditation

Last month, the SWLP POCT team received the exciting news that after two years of hard work, the blood gas and glucose meter service at St George’s was given full UKAS accreditation. It is the largest and most complex POCT service in the country to receive full accreditation, which proved challenging for both the POCT […]

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May 4, 2022

SWLP Point of Care Testing Team runs first community diagnostic outreach clinic

South West London CCG ran their first diagnostic outreach clinic in the community supported by our Point of Care Testing (POCT) team testing at-risk groups for diabetes. The clinic was run at a Shree Ghanapathy Temple in Wandsworth where 34 members of the community were tested. Of that 34, 32 had abnormal results and two […]

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April 5, 2022

Reducing blood product wastage at Croydon Hospital

The team in Blood Transfusion at Croydon Hospital have been working hard to reduce wastage of blood products. They have been doing this by reassessing the holding stock levels, rotation of stock and usage of short-dated units. Procedural changes were put in place in December 2020 and there has already been a significant reduction in […]

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March 23, 2022

Pledia FIT testing system goes live in Microbiology

The Pledia Faecal Immunochemical Testing (FIT) system has now gone live in Microbiology. The new analyser can process 320 samples in an hour and 200 samples can be loaded at one time.

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