I am a Consultant Ophthalmologist with a specialist interest in the management of corneal, conjunctival and external eye disease, and cataracts. My undergraduate medical training at Gonville & Caius college, Cambridge, led on to clinical training at Addenbrookes hospital and I qualified with honours in 2002.
After ‘house jobs’ at the West Suffolk Hospital, and concurrent work as a tutor and lecturer to undergraduate medical students at Cambridge University, I began my career in ophthalmology at the Kent County Ophthalmic Hospital, one of the UK’s oldest eye hospitals.
From there, I progressed to train in most of the major eye units in the south-east, including St Thomas’ Hospital, London; the Oxford Eye Hospital, and the National Neurology Institute in Queens Square, London.
At Moorfields Eye Hospital I held an Honorary Fellowship in cornea and external eye disease, before being appointed to a Consultant post at Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, where I now provide care for patients with cataracts, corneal and external eye disease at Stoke Mandeville and Wycombe General Hospitals.
Fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists
Member of the European and UK Societies of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons
Member of the Medical Protection Society
GMC number 6040699