Dr Rachel Halder qualifed as a doctor in 2010 at Manchester University with MBChB with French studies and completed her GP training in the North West.
As a GP at the Rutherford Cancer Centres, she prides herself on listening to each patient's concerns and providing a tailored plan to suit each individual. Keeping up to date with the latest medical knowledge and training is how she aims to deliver the best possible outcomes for her patients.
Dr Halder has a broad range of interests, including mental health, and both acute and chronic medical conditions. During her junior doctor hospital training, she worked in general medicine/endocrinology, general surgery/upper gastrointestinal surgery, accident and emergency, paediatrics, general adult psychiatry, later life psychiatry, rheumatology, renal transplant surgery, and obstetrics.
As well as her medical degree, she also has a BSc in International Health from Bristol University, a diploma in sexual and reproductive health (DFSRH) and a diploma in women's health (DRCOG).
Outside of her profession, she is a mum to a young daughter. She enjoys keeping active and often goes running and cycling. Other hobbies include painting and singing in a Manchester-based choir, where she has sung at various charity events. She is also a founding trustee for a charity that provides professional music to care home and hospital settings.