Dr Nilesh Morar works closely with his experienced team of Consultant Dermatologists, Dr Manuraj Singh and Dr Sarita Singh at the DTC to support individuals and referring doctors with high standards of efficient personalised skin care, treatment and guidance. DTC provides a rapid access service for potential skin cancers and acute inflammatory skin conditions.
We are passionate about dermatology and committed to our profession.
Dr Nilesh Morar
Director, Consultant Dermatologist
Dr Nilesh Morar is a London based Consultant Dermatologist. He has a long history of academic excellence. He graduated cum laude at the top of his class in South Africa in 1993. He broke the University record by achieving 23 distinctions, 10 certificates of merit and 15 awards during his six years of medical training. He has worked in Dermatology since 1996 completing his specialisation with distinction in 2000. He obtained a Masters thesis in Dermatology in 2001.
Dr Manuraj Singh
Dr Manuraj Singh is a Consultant Dermatologist at St Georges University Hospital London. He graduated from King’s College London School of Medicine as one of the top students in his year, having won many academic distinctions and prizes. He was Proxime accessit to the University of London Gold Medal and was awarded the prestigious Jelf Medal, as the student who most distinguished himself during his undergraduate career. Dr Singh trained in Dermatology and Dermatopathology at St John's Institute of Dermatology, Barts and The London NHS Foundation Trust and the Royal Free Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, 2003-2013.
Dr Sarita Singh
Dr Sarita Singh is a Consultant Dermatologist at Chelsea and Westminster and the Royal Brompton Hospitals London. She graduated from King’s College London School of Medicine with a number of academic awards. She undertook an intercalated BSc in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, and was awarded a prize for the best thesis. Dr Singh trained in Dermatology at University College London Hospital, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, 2004-2011.