Dr. Ramulu Dasoju
After leaving Medical College I worked for 6 months in General Practice in Gaddi Annaram, Hyderabad, and then 6 months as House Officer in an Acute Medical Care Unit at Osmania General Hospital. I then left for Jamaica, West Indies, in April 1975.
• June 1975 to December 1978 Resident Medical Officer at Black River General Hospital, Jamaica
• Jan 1979 to Dec 1980 Accident and Emergency in Kingston General Hospital and Surgical Registrar at University College Hospital of the West Indies • Jan 1981 to April 1983 Senior House Officer in Accident and Emergency and Orthopaedics at Leicester Royal Infirmary and Leicester General Hospital, UK. • May 1983 to April 1984
General Practice training in Willesden, London. • May 1984 to March 1985 Senior House Officer in St Bernard’s Hospital, Southall, London. • April 1985 to March 1986
Locum General Practice in various practices in London. • March 1986 to present Principle General Practitioner at Grosvenor House Surgery, West Ealing, London. Joined as junior partner and became a senior partner in 1989. This is a four doctor practice with a list size of 6000 patients. My eldest daughter Bindu Dasoju is a partner. During this period I have taught and examined medical students at Imperial Medical School, London. I am qualified to practice acupuncture and do this for my NHS patients.
|Other achievements||Telugu Association of London (TAL)
Founder & Past President and currently adviser to the Telugu Association of London (TAL) formed 11 years ago. TAL is the largest organisation of its type in Europe.Activities include:
Member of local medical committee and several other committees in the National Health Service.
Other various social and charitable activities including; -European Telugu Association (ETA) - Past president & Chairman of Osmania Medical Graduating Association (OUMEGA) - Past Organising committee chairman Balaji Temple (Sri Venkatashwara) in Birmingham. – Actively involved for over ten years, leading on Ganesh/Murugan Temple opening. Now this biggest temple in UK. -Founder and Chairman of CP Brown Telugu foundation (CPBTF) of UK and Europe. I am passionate about promoting the Telugu language, literary activities and festivals.
Recently acted in a Telugu film “Padamati Sandhya Ragam London Lo” based on my work and service to the community in the United Kingdom, over the years § To be screened in the future.
|Family||I am married to Swadesh and have three daughters.
Bindu who is a GP Partner, Priya is a Physiotherapist and Madhavi works in advertising.
Bindu is married to Cameron who is a chief financial director. Priya is married to Peter who is a Physiotherapist. Madhavi is married to Chris who is a marketing manager. I have a three year old granddaughter called Amelie Rhea.
|Current Position||I continue to work full time in my practice and am still passionate about my work and my patients.|