How thousands of South Asian doctors helped keep the NHS afloat

More than 10,000 doctors from South Asia kept the NHS going in its formative years and helped shape modern general practice, according to a book that has inspired an exhibition at the RCGP.

by Jenny Cook
Dr Shiv Pande moved to the UK in 1971 (Photo: RCGP)
Dr Shiv Pande moved to the UK in 1971 (Photo: RCGP)

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