We have a wonderful team of highly-experienced doctors and Advanced Nurse Practitioners on hand 24 hours a day, to see to any medical needs in the comfort of your own home.  Meet just a few of them here…  

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Dr Ed Hatley

Dr Ed Hatley is the Chief Medical Officer at Qure. He has been practicing medicine for nearly 20 years and is currently a GP partner with a successful surgery based in Harley Street. His dual roles allow him to remain at the forefront of his areas of medical expertise and assist our network of Qure doctors.

Dr Richard Sykes

Dr Richard Sykes is a hospital doctor working at St. George's Hospital in general medicine. He was trained at Oxford and Imperial College medical schools in a wide range of specialities as well as in community general practice. He has a special interest in conditions of the ear, nose and throat and is a member of the Royal College of Surgeons.

Dr Tom Kaier

Dr Tom Kaier is a hospital doctor with 9 years experience, specialising in Cardiology and General Medicine. Currently, he is researching a new blood test that could transform the way we diagnose heart attacks. A clinician at heart, you might well find him in a central London Emergency Department on his day off, as he likes to keep his feet on the ground and further his medical skills.

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Dr Safina Dewan

Dr Safina Dewan completed her medical training at St George's University of London in 2011.  She enjoys working as a salaried GP in West London.  In her free time, Safina loves to ski.

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Dr Matea Deliu

Dr Matea Deliu is a hospital doctor specialising in Respiratory and General Medicine. She worked in the East Midlands, before starting her PhD at the University of Manchester where she is looking at identifying subgroups of asthmatic patients using advanced statistical modelling methods. In her “spare” time, she enjoys providing pre-hospital care at festivals and sporting events. At present, she is at Imperial College London working on her PhD project.

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Dr Amy Bibby

Dr Amy Bibby is a hospital doctor and completed her training in Liverpool in 2012.  She has since worked in central London and Hillingdon Hospital where she continues to locum in Accident and Emergency.  Amy has a particular interest in surgery and aesthetics and is our Operations Manager at Qure.

Dr Zaina Soogun-Shah

Dr Zaina Shogun-Shah completed her training in 2009 in Exeter whilst catching that country air. After trying out life and practising medicine in the West Midlands, she returned to her hometown in London where she found her passion as an emergency medicine doctor working in busy Accident & Emergency departments.


Dr Noman Mohamed

Dr Noman Mohamed graduated from Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry. Together with his MBBS degree, he holds a first class honours degree in sports and exercise medicine from Queen Mary University of London. He is also heavily involved in philanthropic aid work with Selfless, providing much needed healthcare to rural communities in Asia.

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Dr Judi Galea

Dr Judi Galea attended Edinburgh university and qualified in 2005.  She has worked in Australia and is a fully qualified A&E doctor. She has even spent some time working as a flying doctor in Africa! 

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Dr Sean Apap Mangion

Dr Sean Apap Mangion completed his training in Malta in 2013 and since then has worked in Central London Hospitals including UCLH, St Bart's, and The Royal Marsden, and is now specialising in general medicine at King's College Hospital. He has a particular interest in neurology and actively undertakes research in his spare time. He is otherwise an avid motorcyclist (which is how he aims to get to your request as quickly as possible) and an amateur Capoeirist.


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Dr Aram Salehi

Dr Aram Salehi is an NHS Consultant Physician. He completed his training in London and has treated patients with acute medical problems, including disease of the heart, lungs and nervous system. He believes that the most important tool in diagnosing a problem is listening to a patient’s history.

Dr Marc Brown

Dr Marc Brown completed his training in Bristol in 2012. He then worked in the south west of England before undergoing specialist training in Anaesthetics and Intensive care. Marc now works across London in various hospitals, mainly focusing his work within Intensive Care, as well as occasional work within Accident and Emergency.       


Dr Alexandra Woodward

Dr Alexandra Woodward completed her training in London in 2013. She now works in a GP surgery in South London alongside working for a London Hospice. Alexandra has a particular interest in Palliative Care and Psychiatry. In her free time Alexandra likes to keep active and can normally be found outdoors, either running marathons or hiking up mountains. 


Dr Mehreen Tahir

Dr Mehreen Tahir is training to be a GP in London having graduated from Imperial College in 2011. She has a keen interest in obstetric and gynaecological medicine and has published a paper in this area.

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Dr Kpakpo Acquae

Dr Kpakpo Acquaye qualified from University College London medical school in 2005. He has worked as a Specialty Doctor in Emergency Medicine across London and the South East since 2009 and appeared in the first season of 24 hours in A&E! He has a special interest in trauma and minor injuries.

In a previous life, Kpakpo played in orchestras at The Royal Albert Hall. Twice.



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We are looking for healthcare practitioners to join the Qure team. If you are a hospital doctor with at least 3 years' experience, GP registrar, GP or an Advanced Nurse Practitioner, then we would love to hear from you.