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Dr Si Win
Consultant Psychiatrist
Dr Win

Dr Si Win

Dr Win began working at Priory Hospital Woking since the beginning of 2018. He looks after inpatients as well as outpatients in the field of general adult psychiatry. He manages a whole range of conditions from anxiety disorders to depression, to psychosis through to more complex trauma-related cases.

Dr Win also works in the NHS within a Community Mental Health Team in Hampshire and is well regarded and respected among members of his multidisciplinary team. He had previously worked in the hospital and home treatment team setting for over 10 years in the NHS.

Dr Win holds a position as the expert psychiatric adviser for a global health insurance company offering second opinions, advising on mental health care policies as well as education and training of staff.

Dr Win is passionate about Tele Health and has done some pioneering work for a leading London based tech company offering smart phone consultations which are getting more popular these days.

Training

Dr Win studied medicine at the University of Leicester where he attained his medical degree (MBChB) in 1999. Following his basic medical training, he went onto The St George’s psychiatric training scheme in South West London until 2006. He achieved his member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists (MRCPysch) qualification in 2010.

He subsequently enrolled on a leadership course organised by the NHS Leadership Academy in partnership with Manchester and Birmingham Universities and the Kings Fund and achieved a Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert) in Leadership and Service Improvement in 2013. He has been working as a consultant psychiatrist ever since.

Service improvement

Dr Win has ongoing commitments in the area of service improvement alongside his clinical responsibilities.

He was the project lead for the alarm alert service improvement project as part of his PGCert qualification, looking at the benefits of how the alarm function on patients’ mobile phones could help them take their medication and improving prognosis. He has more recently, been working with his local community psychiatric team to deliver video consultations allowing for greater accessibility to psychiatrists.

Dr Win has previously taken on a lead role in the area of mental health and capacity legislation in the NHS and has worked on streamlining peoples’ journeys for those who are subject to the Mental Health Act. He has more recently chaired the hospital consultant group in North West Hampshire, sharing best practice and finding solutions to the current challenges facing the NHS.

Dr Win enjoys teaching psychiatric trainees and medical students and is recognised in excelling in bringing out the best in them. He has also been involved in clinical research and is a published author.

Languages

  • Fully fluent in English
Qualifications
  • Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery/Chirurgery (MBChB) degree
  • Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists (MRCPysch)
  • Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert) in Leadership and Service Improvement

Over 15 years of experience in psychiatry has helped me develop into an accomplished consultant psychiatrist. I am currently working in both the hospital and community settings within the private sector and NHS respectively.

My strength is to be able to establish effective therapeutic relationships with people, enabling me to help them get better and on the road to recovery as quickly as possible. I offer the latest evidence-based medication treatment, together with an in depth understanding of the psychological aspects of mental health conditions. I deliver a bespoke service tailored to individual needs and my approach is patient centred.

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