DOCTOR

Dr Tamara Karni Cohen

MBChB (hons) BSc (hons) MRCGP DFSRH IFMCP

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Details

Degree: MBChB (hons) BSc (hons) MRCGP DFSRH IFMCP
GMC No: 7015220
Secretary Email: [email protected]
Secretary Direct Dial: 020 3879 0028
Clinic Days: Monday (AM), Friday (all day)

“I really enjoy applying a holistic and personalised approach with each of my patients, especially as I find the problem may lie deeper than the initial symptoms they present with”.

After graduating with honours from University of Leeds Medical school in 2008 as well as receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Anatomy, I pursued several years working in hospitals in various specialities.

I then completed my GP training in London in 2015. I have been practising as a doctor for over 15 years and have worked as a GP both in the NHS and privately – in the City and on Harley Street. Prior to this, I have had a lot of experience in most medical and surgical specialities and spent a couple of years working in Paediatrics at Great Ormond Street Hospital and Chelsea and Westminster. In addition, I worked in sexual health at St Mary’s, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Psychiatry, General Surgery, Cardiology, Respiratory, Gerontology and Gastroenterology amongst others.

I have a special interest in lifestyle medicine and have a particular interest in how lifestyle factors can impact the brain and body, leading to chronic disease. I have diplomas in sexual health, functional medicine, and minor surgery.

I have a very strong holistic approach and apply personalised medicine to each individual. I have a strong interest in mental health, dermatology, chronic disease and the constant evolution of ‘modern day’ health needs, including the gastrointestinal system and nutrition. In addition to these I have a keen interest in paediatrics, women and men’s sexual health, family planning and menopause.

I have a husband who works in renewable energy, a daughter called Evie and a cockapoo. I am also Mental Health lead and member of the Medical Committee for the charity BAPAM (British Association of Performing Arts Medicine) and enjoy a spot of amateur performing.