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Accrington doctors retire after 37 years in practice

Two doctors from King Street Medical Centre in Accrington are to retire after 37 years in Practice.

Dr Ramesh Chander Gupta and his wife Dr Sudesh Gupta opened King Street Medical Centre in Accrington, in March 1992.

The couple have thanked patients, staff and the community for their support over almost four decades.

Dr Ramesh Chander Gupta moved to the U.K. from India in July 1973 and his wife Dr Sudesh Gupta followed shortly after in February 1975. They completed training in hospitals in the North East, before moving to Manchester in 1979 and then to Accrington in October 1980, when Dr Ramesh Gupta took partnership at a practice on Cannon Street. Shortly after and following the retirement of his then partner, Dr Sudesh Gupta joined him at the practice.

In March 1992 Drs Ramesh and Sudesh Gupta moved from Cannon Street and opened their current practice at King Street Medical Centre. The married doctors have two boys and three grandchildren.

Commenting on their retirement on 31st August 2017, Drs Ramesh and Sudesh Gupta said:

“We both give thanks to the people of Accrington, our patients, friends, staff and establishment bodies who over the 37 years we have been here, have given us full support when needed and shown us love, affection and respect which we will never forget”.