I studied at Nottingham University and qualified as a Doctor in 2007. In my final year of medical school, I spent 6 weeks working at a small hospital and rural clinics in Fiji. I have travelled around the UK a bit with my training. I spent one year working in Charing Cross Hospital in London doing jobs in colorectal & vascular surgery and respiratory & acute medicine and then moved to West Wales where I spent a year completing my foundation training.
I then moved to Cardiff and did hospital medical training for 2 years in jobs including gastroenterology, cardiology, respiratory, endocrinology and infectious diseases and during this time completed my MRCP (Membership of Royal College of Physicians).
I then decided settle in the Stockport area to do GP training. During my time at Stepping Hill I have done obstetrics & gynaecology and paediatrics.
Following my GP training placement at Marple Cottage Surgery, between 2012 – 2014, I took a permanent GP role at the practice from July 2015, and became a GP Partner in 2021