After qualifying from Norwich Medical School in 2012, I worked in London for 4 years in a variety of hospital rotations including  – Acute / Elderly care medicine, Intensive Care, Anaesthetics, Endocrinology, General surgery and Neurosurgery  – before deciding to become a GP.

I moved  to the Isle of Wight in 2016 to complete my GP training. Rotations included: Acute medicine, Stroke medicine, Obstetrics & gynaecology and mental health.

I continue to be passionate about delivering patient centred, holistic and evidence based care, and aim to support and guide my patients empowering them to make informed choices. I enjoy participating and watching a range of sports including football and rugby. I have completed the London marathon in 2008 raising money for the Stroke association.