The mission of Prime Medicare Ltd. is to bring exceptional Digi-physical healthcare access to the people of Windsor, Reading, and Slough. We believe in the following three key ingredients:
We believe that our Digi-physical healthcare model can deliver a seamless journey for our patients in their most testing times.
Our founders have extensive experience in delivering remote-only GP services. Many healthcare conditions can be effectively treated and managed remotely.
We also offer our help to understand and navigate the available local services that are often valued by patients.
With Digi-physical, your first contact with a doctor is always through a ‘Digital-first’ remote appointment. If your doctor can safely treat you via video or telephone, they will do so. If, however, following your consultation you need (or want!) to see us in person, our doctor can book you into our ‘in-person services’ within our catchment area.
Our in-person services are provided via a combination of scheduled home visits to your door, and clinics.
Dr. Shiraz Deen is a board-certified, licensed, and highly reputed GP practitioner in the Thames Valley area. He has been working as a GP for the past 10 years. As a highly qualified GP, Dr. Shiraz Deen aims to deliver the most effective, reliable, and best-quality medical treatment in England.
Dr. Shiraz Deen received his medical degree from Manchester and moved to the Oxford Deanery to train as a GP. He can speak English, Sinhala, Tamil, and Malay. Dr. Shiraz is currently working as an NHS GP in Windsor and a GP Trainer for the Oxford Deanery.
As a clinical lead of the local extended access service through which they deliver evening and weekend NHS GP appointments out of Windsor and Maidenhead. He believes responsive, and patient-centric healthcare is essential to move to a more connected future.
Dr. Raissa Hamelmann is a well-reputed General Practitioners in Barkshire. She has been working as a Speciality Doctor in Psychiatry and provides improved physical and patient-centered healthcare in a psychiatric inpatient setting. She can speak German and English fluently.
Dr. Raissa Hamelmann did her M.Sc. in Public Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. One of her passions includes nutrition and how it impacts different interlinked systems in the body to affect the development of conditions such as diabetes and heart disease. Lifestyle medicine and Integrative medicine form a large part of her practice. Dr. Hamelmann believes in the provision of accessible patient care. She believes that this approach provides a more holistic approach to support and guide the patients to empower them to make informed and healthier choices to manage their long-term conditions.
Dr Shyangdan qualified from Kathmandu University with Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) in 2006.
He completed his MSc in Public Health and Health Services Research from the University of Aberdeen in 2007.
He has worked in multiple roles undertaking technology appraisals on behalf of national health technology appraisal (HTA) bodies such as NICE and SMC.
He was a Research Fellow at University of Warwick in 2011. While working at the University of Warwick, he also completed MSc in Health Economics and Health Policy and has multiple publications to his name.
He completed his GP training from the Oxford VTS and has been working as a GP since in Windsor.