About Me

I am a GP with an interest in Occupational Health, Wellbeing and physician health. I have worked in the NHS for a decade.

I have a BSc (Hons) in Mathematics with Management Studies from University College London and studied medicine at Kings College London achieving distinctions in Medical Sciences, Clinical Sciences and Clinical Practice. I have also attained post-graduate medical qualifications in DRCOG, MRCGP, DOccMed and have completed an acupuncture course with BMAS.

I work at Kings College London Medical School as a medical educator and facilitator and am keen to ‘pay it forward’ to  the next generation of  medical doctors. I contribute to peer leadership development by leading and supporting the London Next Generation GP team and have had this role since 2018.

I am passionate about Wellbeing at both individual and organisational level. I am currently the First5 Wellbeing Lead for the Royal College of General Practitioners and have a specific interest in phyisican health.

In order to further pursue my credentials in Wellbeing, I am studying an MSc in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology and am working towards my EMCC accreditation in Coaching. 

As a coach, I understand that good communication channels are the essence of any long-lasting professional or personal relationship and I work to support clients in aligning their personal or professional values with their current reality.

I have developed successful approaches and skills to help clients achieve their own personal ‘optimum’ wellbeing through the promotion of healthier work-life practices and balance.