BSc (Hons) MBChB (Hons) MRCP MRCGP
“Having the opportunity to help people is the privilege of being a GP and makes every day enjoyable. General practice rewards curiosity and empathy with fascinating insights into how disease and life’s journey impacts people in such varied ways. It is often humbling, and always interesting”.
I graduated in Physiology before qualifying with Honours in Medicine from Bristol University in 2003.
I went on to complete the relevant examinations to attain Membership of the Royal College of Physicians and the Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners. During this period, I covered a breadth of specialities with a focus on internal and emergency medicine, neurology, musculoskeletal surgery, and respiratory medicine.
I joined Sloane Street Surgery in 2009 and am delighted to be part of a team committed to striving for excellence in health care. I enjoy all areas of general practice, particularly health prevention, internal medicine, paediatrics, diagnostic challenges and getting to the bottom of mental health problems.
Outside of work I love being with my family, in or on the sea, and in the mountains.