Dr Sabir Zaman
Dr Sabir Zaman completed his undergraduate training at Imperial College London before undertaking his postgraduate training in East London across Whipps Cross Hospital, Homerton Hospital, and The Royal London Hospital. He has been a GP Principal in Tower Hamlets since 2012, and has helped lead the development of a well-respected Teaching and Training Practice in Hoxton. He is passionate about Medical Education, Leadership, and Global Health.
Dr Zaman was Academic Lead for Year 5 in the Community Based Medical Education Unit at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry for three years, and continues to support the Institute of Health Sciences Education at Queen Mary University of London as an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer. He is a GP Trainer and MRCGP CSA Examiner.
He is Co-Chair of the RCGP North East London Faculty and sits on RCGP UK Council representing North East London, working particularly hard to raise issues relating to diversity and equality. Dr Zaman was recently nominated as Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners. He also Chairs his local Primary Care Network (PCN), and is an elected member of the Tower Hamlets Local Medical Committee (LMC).
He has supported GP training abroad, notably in Palestine, and has provided humanitarian medical aid to displaced migrants in refugee camps around the world. He is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Global Public Health and Policy to enhance his interest and experience in this practical and academic field.