Arvind qualified from Leicester University Medical School in 1991. He currently leads on transformation of services for the Hurley Group. He has also acted as an advisor to other organisations such as the Kings Fund, Primary Health Properties, and he is currently the Primary Care Lead for Deloitte.
In the past he has led on surgery premises schemes for the Group, and he has helped develop services for refugees and substance misusers in South London. In 2014 he co-founded eConsult which is the largest online consultation platform in the UK, covering over 25 million patients.
Between 2015 and 2018, he was the National Director of Primary Care and the Deputy National Medical Director for NHS England where he co-authored the General Practice Forward View. This helped shape and implement national primary care policy, securing £2.4 Billion extra investment for primary care, growing the allied health professional workforce by over 5,000 staff, developing over 1,000 new GP premises, and laying down the foundation for 1,250 Primary Care Networks in England.
Key areas of interest include improving services for vulnerable patient groups and the adoption of primary care technology to improve health outcomes for patients, both in the NHS and internationally.
Outsude work Arvind enjoys spending time with his family, playing tennis and travel.
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