Dr Davinder Tulpule

Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine
M.B.B.S., MD Internal Medicine
22 years
Monday, Wednesday, Saturday, Friday

MD General Medicine JNMC Medical College Belgaum, R G University of Health Sciences, Bangalore, India.

MBBS Sawai Mann Singh Medical College Jaipur, University of Rajasthan, India .


  • Emergency Pediatric Life Support (EPLS)
  • Trauma Team Members Course – Simulation day at Northwick Park Hospital
  • Advanced Life Support Course (certification)
  • Advanced life support (Recertification)

Completing my MD medicine was just the beginning of a vast learning experience. After finishing my masters in medicine, I relocated to England in 2001.

I have worked at a middle grade level in Emergency Medicine at various trusts. Most of my work experience has been at Northwick park Hospital Harrow besides, working at Rotherham, Barnsley and Chesterfield Hospital. I must say this has complimented my Internal Medicine career immensely.

I can say with confidence that I can recognize most medical emergencies timely for a prompt action.

After returning back to India in 2015, I  put the ways and methods learnt to practice here.I joined Wockhardt Hospital at Mumbai Central in 2016 and besides running an OPD and treating in patients, I developed a keen interest in Lifestyle Diseases.

I have had various opportunities to give talks on Lifestyle diseases at multiple government and corporate offices.

In short, I can say:

  • I have a vast experience of >22 years in Internal medicine and around 8 years in Emergency Medicine.
  • I treat patients holistically.
  • I am a team player
  • Like to work ethically and with respect.


MD [Gen. Med.] – One year descriptive clinical and bacteriological study of Urinary tract infection in diabetic patients at J.N. Medical College and associated Hospitals Belgaum.-Dissertation at the RG University of Health Sciences Bangalore 1999.


  1. Hypertension in diabetic patients in a primary care setting over a 4 week period in the Practice.
  2. Audit on sickle nephropathy.