Dr. Selvaraj is currently working in a Home Care Department of SKMC. Her post initially included working at Rowdah Clinic and Home Care. Her experience in gynaecology meant that she was sent referrals from other clinics for the management of menorrhagia, infertility, pelvic pain, contraception and urogynecology. Within the Home Care Department, she attended the monthly palliative meetings and involved with teaching the residents of Family Medicine and Internal Medicine. She has worked as Clinical Lead for anticoagulation for Manchester and they have successfully set up a city-wide community anticoagulation service in 2011. Also participated in regular annual appraisals with the Manchester PCT and has been revalidated by the GMC till 2019.
Working on District General Hospitals in the UK and abroad, Dr. Selvaraj has gained useful clinical and teaching experience in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. While working as a Gynaecologist in Abu Dhabi, she was encouraged to apply for a General Practice training post in the area of Women's’ Health. Minor gynaecological procedures that she performed would include removal of cervical polyps, IUCD fittings and vaginal pessary changes. Patients with postmenopausal bleeding, menorrhagia and infertility problems can be managed in primary care until further invasive hospital procedures are required like laparoscopy or hysteroscopy.