Dr Kimberley Chawla

Biography

Dr Chawla is a practicing clinician and a board qualified Internist. She has an active practice at the East West Medical Center in New Delhi, India. She also has Diplomas in Adolescent Health and Family Medicine. She was a Flying doctor with East West Rescue and is currently a Director of East West Rescue.
Dr Chawla conducts health and wellness seminars, full of warnings, tips, common sense, prevention and emergency measures. Her active involvement with East West Rescue Medical Assistance and Air Ambulance services involves daily face to face assessment, long distance diagnosis, first aid advice and evacuation of sick and injured persons throughout the Indian Sub-continent, Eastern Europe and South East Asia.
Dr Chawla has also written the bestseller ‘Travel Health: A Guide for the Indian Subcontinent’ (Published by Penguin India. 2001), Co Authored ‘Emergency Medical Services and Disaster Medicine’ (Jaypee publishers 2001), multiple medical articles in Aviation medicine journals, Readers Digest etc. Dr Chawla also creates health advisories and disaster plans for multi -national companies and organizations.

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Books

Your Health Guide for the Indian Subcontinent
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Price: $6.00 USD. Words: 93,990. Language: British English. Published: July 30, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Family health
'Your Health Guide for the Indian Subcontinent' is a practical user-friendly book offering tips on prevention of health risks, along with advice on how to tackle common problems; whether at home or travelling within the subcontinent. This book is essential for Local citizens, Domestic tourists, visiting and returning NRI’s, Inbound tourists and Expatriates living in the subcontinent.
The East West Rescue First Aid Manual, First Aid for Anyone, Anywhere. 5th Edition
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Price: Free! Words: 22,390. Language: British English. Published: March 5, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Safety and first aid
Do’s, Don’ts and handy practical tips in the absence of first aid supplies or medical aid make this manual an absolutely essential part of a person’s home, car, e-reader, smartphone etc. Easy to read, bulleted points and basic to do charts throughout the manual makes access to knowledge quick and easy when you need to urgently help someone who is ill or hurt.

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