Dr Sumi Soori
Dr Sumi Soori qualified as a doctor from Imperial College London in 2001. She developed an interest in General Practice early on in her time at medical school and spent many an afternoon volunteering at GP surgeries to gain a feel for the specialty.
Having confirmed her aspiration to become a GP, after fulfilling her foundation training through hospital jobs in medicine and surgery, she joined a vocational training scheme in Tunbridge Wells as she wanted to experience the practice of Medicine outside of London. During these years she completed hospital jobs in medicine, accident and emergency, obstetrics, gynaecology, paediatrics and psychiatry. Following this, being a Londoner at heart she returned to South West London to embark on her career as a GP. She worked as a NHS GP for ten years before becoming a Private GP in 2015.
Dr Sumi is committed to her patients’ needs and follows a compassionate patient-centred approach. As a well -established Private GP, Dr Sumi has expertise in managing the full spectrum of medical conditions and has a keen interest in general medicine, fertility medicine, menopause, as well as mental health, with experience in cognitive behavioural therapy. She is a diplomat of the faculty of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and for her special interest in Menopause she has been accredited by the prestigious Marion Gluck training academy.
Outside of Medicine, an equal passion of Sumi’s throughout her life has been Indian classical dance (Bharatha Natyam). As a graduate of this fine art form, she has performed nationally at cultural and charity events. In her spare time, Sumi can be found embracing nature and trying to improve her cricket skills to keep up with her son.