Navin Khosla

Navin Khosla medical writer

Navin Khosla

Medical Writer

Navin Khosla is a medical writer for Now Patient. He qualified with a degree in Pharmacy (Faculty of Medicine) at the University of London, School of Pharmacy and obtained a professional qualification as a Pharmacist in July 1995. Since qualifying, He has built a wealth of experience by working across the community pharmacy retail sector. More recently, Navin has carried out the role of Superintendent Pharmacist and CQC Registered Manager.


  • B.Pharm (hons) University of London, London School of Pharmacy
  • Affiliations
  • GPhC


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