Dr Khan has worked for a London based NHS trust, where he held a lead role in a CAMHS neuro-developmental team, assessing, diagnosing and managing children under 18 with autism and ADHD.
Dr Khan has over twenty years of experience in the NHS as a psychiatrist, including 8 years as a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist. In 1998, he qualified as a medical doctor from St George’s Hospital Medical School, University of London, and also obtained an intercalated BSc (Honours) in 1996 from Imperial College, University of London. Dr Khan started his basic specialist training in London before completing his higher specialist Learning Disability Psychiatry training in the West Midlands
Dr Khan has worked in a number of generic and specialist CAMHS teams in a variety of settings; this has equipped him to confidently assess and manage many different cases of complex psychiatric presentations.
Dr Khan takes on a systemic approach to child psychiatry, tailored to the child’s individual needs. He uses a wide range of resources to support each young person in a holistic way and he works with families in a collaborative manner.
Dr Khan is fluent in English and can also speak Urdu and Seraiki.