I completed my medical training at Brighton and Sussex Medical School in 2009. I then did a diploma in tropical medicine in East Africa and spent the next two years working in rural South Africa where I met my wife. We then travelled across Southern Africa in my yellow 4×4 to Malawi where we ran a remote clinic for a year before returning to the UK in 2015 to start GP training in Plymouth. I qualified as GP in 2019.
I have completed additional training in palliative care and medical education, and spent a year working in hospices in Plymouth and back in Malawi. I enjoy all aspects of general practice, teaching and have a particular interest in working on projects to improve delivery of healthcare for our most vulnerable populations. I have additional roles developing projects to support recruitment and training in general practice, running programs in international primary care, and teaching undergraduates at Peninsular Medical school.
I live just outside Plymouth with my wife and young family and enjoy tennis, travelling and the outdoors.