I qualified as a doctor in 2003 with a first class honours degree and went on to pursue surgical training. During this time I taught anatomy and developed a passion for medical education. I then trained in the field of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and developed a second passion for women’s health and well-being, and putting patient-centered care at the heart of everything I do.
My two passions as well as an interest in improving patient access to health care, brought me to General Practice, a field where I could combine these interests and develop a healthy work life balance. I qualified as a GP in 2006, and have worked extensively over the last 12 years in both the NHS and private sectors. I now run a holistic postnatal programme, and am currently developing a ‘holistic parent programme’ to be run in schools promoting a sense of belonging for parents within the school community and helping them to raise resilient, happy and curious children. I also have three children and an interest in fine art and sculpture so I love being busy!
I continue to be passionate about delivering patient centered holistic and evidence based care, and aim to support and guide my patients empowering them to make informed choices, and become happier and healthier as a result.
Thursday Morning, Alternate Friday Morning
GP Generalist. General Practitioner with an interest in Women’s Health and Holistic patient centered care.
St George’s Hospital Medical School, UK (1997- 2003)
Kingston GP VTS 2007.
MBBS Medicine and Surgery, BSc Hons, MRCGP