Dr Sajjad Rajpar MBChB (Hons) MRCP
Consultant Dermatologist and Dermatological Surgeon
Dr Sajjad Rajpar qualified from the University Medical School in Birmingham in 2000 and is now a Consultant Dermatologist and Dermatological Surgeon. Being a recognised specialist in the field of skin disorders, Dr Rajpar has made several national and international presentations and authored a leading dermatological textbook.
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MB ChB (Hons) - University of Birmingham First place and recipient of the Gold Medal
MRCP (UK) Member of the Royal College of Physicians, London
Certificate of Completion of Training in Dermatology Entry into the GMC Specialist Register for Dermatology
Dr Rajpar is a Consultant Dermatologist at the University Hospital Birmingham and the new Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
British Association of Dermatologists British Society for Dermatological Surgery
American Society for Mohs Surgery
International Society for Hair Restoration Surgery
Dr Rajpar qualified from the University of Birmingham Medical School in 2000, with the prestigious Gold Medal which is awarded to the best medical student. He also achieved a record number of faculty prizes, scholarships and distinctions.
Dr Rajpar subsequently trained in general medicine to become a diplomat of the Royal College of Physicians, before specialising exclusively in Dermatology.
Following this, Dr Rajpar completed a Fellowship in Cutaneous Surgery, Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Cosmetic Dermatology at a leading centre in New Zealand.
Dr Rajpar is a recognised specialist in the field of skin disorders. He has made several national and international presentations, written numerous peer-reviewed papers, and authored a leading dermatology textbook.
Services and Clinical Interests
Dr Rajpar consults on all general dermatological problems in adults, and also has the following areas of specialist interest (in no specific order):
- Mole checks and Dermoscopy
- Skin Cancer
- Acne and rosacea
- Cutaneous, reconstructive and Mohs micrographic surgery
- Hair disorders