Dr. Vohra

Dr Vohra qualified from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School in 1990. He is currently an active general practitioner and an occupational health physician.

Dr Vohra’s qualifications are:

  • Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
  • Member of The Royal College of General Practitioners
  • Diploma in Occupational Health
  • Cardiff University Expert Witness Certificate

Dr Vohra’s main administration office is based in Sheffield, but he consults at a number of different locations. Dr Vohra has been preparing medico-legal reports since 1996, and has developed a good reputation for his customer and client service.


Dr. Vohra's Practice

Dr Vohra is an active general practitioner and occupational health physician. In line with the requirements of The General Medical Council he undergoes annual appraisal and five yearly revalidations. Dr Vohra’s last revalidation was in April 2020, at which time he was successfully revalidated by the responsible officer.

As is expected of a medical practitioner, Dr Vohra is DBS checked and to an enhanced level. His administration team are DBS checked and Dr Vohra has taken all reasonable measures to ensure that his team are “fit and proper” individuals. All members of the team are required to sign a statement of non-disclosure in respect of personal data.

The practice is registered with The Information Commissioner’s Office and Dr Vohra is the data controller. The practice systems are GDPR compliant, and we have information, security and data privacy overview of the same.

The administration team may be contacted by telephone from 9am to 5pm. Outside of these hours a voicemail facility exists, and all messages received will be acted upon the next working day. Dr Vohra’s office may also be contacted by email or by text, and both are monitored until 9pm each evening. If a message is received by such means out of normal hours, then a member of the team will respond as soon as is reasonably possible.

It may be that the request (such as a change of appointment time or date) has to be accommodated within office hours. If it is possible to acknowledge any communications received outside of normal office hours, then this will be done.

Dr Vohra would encourage you to please contact the office with any queries about your appointment or the process, no matter how trivial you may consider that the query is. The team are available to assist as much as possible and will always endeavour to do so.