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THE JUDGESRuth Evans Alexis Mswaka Alison Kirk Derek Williams Diana Akanho Diane Ridgway Emily Mann Frea O'Brien Hesham Abdalla Jackie Barringer Janine Osmond Dr Joanne Watson Professor John Murphy Karen Edmunds Lynn Young Mabel Morris Mandy Wearne Mark Duman Dr Mo Dewji Nichola Duane Dr Raj Kumar Stephanie Edwards Dr Taher Mahmud
Dr Mohammed Dewji
(MBBS, DRCOG, DCCH, MRCGP, MBA)
Dr Mo Dewji is a partner and trainer at Hilltops Medical Centre. He studied initially in North London and undertook his medical degree at Guys Hospital - a part of the Kings Hospital Group in London. He then worked at the Charing Cross Campus of Imperial College and studied surgery under the Professor Greenhalgh’s team. Then, he moved to North Buckinghamshire and completed his VTS training prior to becoming one of the principal partners at Hilltops. His clinical expertise lies in Paediatrics, which he practised as a Hospital Practitioner for 11 years.
He continues to be associated with the Great Ormond Street Hospital Paediatric Update Program. Other interests include minor surgery, Sigmoidoscopy and teaching - the latter of which he does within the guise of the Oxford deanery. Away from his clinical expertise, Dr Dewji was previously the Chair of the Professional Executive of Milton Keynes Primary Care Trust and since the turn of the century has been a senior advisor to the Department of Health within England. He also acts as a Clinical Director within the Improvement Foundation, an organisation that develops and delivers programs aimed at delivering the highest quality of care within an optimal patient pathway.
Other senior positions held by Dr Dewji includes Head of The National PMS Development Team, Founder and member of the National Resource Framework Group as well as Clinical Advisor to the NICE Commissioning Board. Dewji also spends a lot of his time working for and with the community as well as volunteering. He was one of the medical team that worked with Doctors Worldwide and the Commonwealth Foundation within Sri Lanka and Maldives following the Tsunami.