BM, BS, DCH, MRCGP Nottingham 1987
After graduating from Nottingham University in 1987, I underwent further training in a variety of hospital posts both in this country and Australia.
I returned to Nottingham to complete my general practice training, and in 1993, after the death of Dr Tom Connors, I joined the Long Clawson Medical Practice partnership.
In an age where medicine is becoming ever more complicated and specialised, I believe that general practice has a vital role in treating the whole patient not just the disease.
Whilst treasuring the role of the generalist, my additional interests and responsibilities include medical politics, prescribing and therapeutics, drug misuse, emergency care, respiratory medicine and minor surgery.
I live locally at Eastwell with my GP wife, 2 daughters and a small menagerie.