Dr Salma Reehana
Salma is a GP Partner and works in very deprived areas of Wolverhampton. She enjoys working with her poor and deprived patient population, striving to improve their health, and is especially passionate about women’s health, domestic violence support and children’s health.
Salma has a strong background in training and education, and has been awarded a Fellowship by the Royal College of General Practitioners in recognition of her work in GP education.
Having trained and worked as a GP, she was a Senior Clinical Lecturer at a Birmingham university and a Training Programme Director for Health Education England with responsibility for international GP recruitment and training.
Salma has worked with primary care providers to build strong primary care networks in Wolverhampton and is a firm believer of collaborative working between different parts of the health economy. She is Chair of NHS Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and was a member of the Board at Accord. She is currently the Chair Designate for Black Country and West Birmingham CCG. She is also an alumna of The King’s Fund which shapes health and social care policy and practice.