I graduated from University College London Medical School in 2001. After training in General Internal Medicine and completing the Membership of the Royal College of Physicians examinations, I undertook my General Practice training in North London.
Within the NHS I am a partner at a large medical practice in Kilburn.
Professionally, I take a particular interest in women's health and contraception in addition to all other areas of general practice including children, older adults and mental health.
I am a GP trainer and regularly teach medical students.
I am also involved in the Camden GP Federation and am a representative on the Londonwide Local Medical Council.
After many years of working as an NHS GP, I am now delighted to be able to also offer a more personalised service to a small number of private patients.
My own experiences as a parent and carer have shown me what a difference having easy access to healthcare can make in what can often be worrying situations.
Over the years I have built relationships with specialists in many fields allowing me to refer to tried and trusted contacts in the private sector.