BA (Hons) MB BSMRCGP
“The most fulfilling part of this job is making a real difference to patients with timely diagnoses and supporting them going through a difficult time”.
After initially studying business management and languages in pursuit of a career in advertising I returned to university to study medicine after witnessing my brother fight meningococcal sepsis. After qualifying in 2009 I worked in the NHS across a number of specialities before specialising in General Practice. I made the move to private General Practice full time in 2018 at Sloane Street Surgery.
I enjoy the full variety of General Practice and recognise the benefits in both continuity and time that private care affords. I have a particular interest in disease prevention, chronic disease management and paediatrics. The key to our success is maintaining and improving our patients’ health, managing chronic disease meticulously and working alongside the best specialists when needed.
When not working I can be found in South-West London with my wife, three small children and miniature Dachshund. I particularly enjoy cycling, tennis or taking a stroll with the golf clubs and have been known to throw myself at various longer distance challenges.