Dr Karale is a Consultant Psychiatrist, the trust's Caldicott Guardian and Executive Medical Director on the board of directors for EPUT.
After completing his specialist training in Psychiatry from Cambridge and Eastern Deanery, Dr Karale joined as a Consultant Psychiatrist in 2007. He has worked as a Consultant Psychiatrist in various services including Inpatient Psychiatric Unit, Assertive Outreach Team, Mental Health Assessment Unit, Community Mental Health Team, Crisis Team, Essex rTMS service and he currently provides clinical input to the Community Mental Health Team in Loughton, Essex.
Dr Karale is a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and has a Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Forensic Psychiatry (merit) from Institute of Psychiatry at Maudsley. He has been involved in medical management for the last twelve years, working as Clinical Director for Clinical Governance, Deputy Medical Director and Medical Director from 2012. As a Responsible Officer, he is responsible for the performance of doctors with prescribed connection to EPUT.
His areas of interest include; Medical Leadership, Patient Safety, Clinical Governance and Crisis & Mental Health Assessment Services. His interest in patient safety led him to organize several patient safety conferences and seminars. He was the member of Clinical Leaders Network on Patient Safety. He has keen interest in teaching and has written several chapters in books for MRCPsych examination. He is on the Board of Examiners for The Royal College of Psychiatrists. He chaired for the Anglia Ruskin University Health and Wellbeing Academy and worked for the Care Quality Commission as a Clinical Advisor in Psychiatry.
Milind’s portfolio includes:
- Medical leadership and medical directorate
- Caldicott Guardian.