Reeta Singh | MDconsultants
Reeta Singh

Reeta Singh MBChB, MRCGP

Experienced in healthcare, both clinical and policy-based work, Reeta’s skills as front-line worker and within backbone operations combine to align with the modern day needs in Healthcare. Leveraging her skills as a clinician, operator of a long term care facility, involvement in Health authorities to deliver health and wellbeing, as well as highly developed communication skills, both verbal and written, has placed her in an ideal position to think strategically, holistically and both with short term and long term gains in mind. Her industry experience has included Provincial Government in Canada, CCGs in the UK, Health Authorities in Canada and the UK as well as the private sector internationally. Additionally, for 20 years, she worked both within and also contracted to NHS as a Physician. Her expertise as an Experienced Life Coach with a demonstrated history of working in the professional training & coaching industry has further honed her abilities to be humanistic and client-centred. She is skilled in consulting, outcomes based solutions, change management strategies, operations transformations, Life Coaching, Performance Coaching, medical and community-based entrepreneurship, Long Term Care strategies and solutions and highly developed communication skills.

Areas of Expertise

  • Consulting for clinical/research operations
  • Entrepreneurship in Medicine
  • Public speaking
  • Quality Improvement in healthcare
  • Wellness coaching


  • MRCGP, General Practice, Member Royal College GPs, UK
  • Paediatrics, Diploma Child Health, Royal College of Paediatrics, UK
  • MHA (in progress), School of Health Administration, Dalhousie University, Halifax
  • MBChB, Faculty of Medicine, University of Leicester, UK
  • B.Sc, Genetics (1st Class Honours), University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK

  • Published Sanjog, a novel in 2020 with an international publishing house (Austin Macauley). The novel is a piece of historical fiction based on true event of the partition of India and Pakistan. Creative writing, and achieving a “bucket-list” dream has enabled her to encourage professionals and patients to realize and achieve their full potential.

  • Funding initiatives in long term care
  • Initiatives to combat smoking for local health authority
  • Initiative to implement Videography within the consultation room for training purposes
  • Initiatives to implement coaching to help patients with extreme social disadvantage
  • Initiatives to streamline reporting mechanisms to meet governance requirements
  • Able to leverage wide range of experience and skills to formulate innovative initiatives

  • Has worked in clinical care in the UK and has in depth knowledge of the NHS strategies and policies.
  • Has worked within the long term care space for 30 years and has owned her own facility.
  • Has worked with the extremely socially disadvantaged and minority groups and has a passion for root cause analysis within these groups
  • Has industry knowledge through independent consulting practices and resources