I joined the CUH consultant body as an Emergency Medicine Physician with a subspecialty in paediatric emergency medicine in 2014, having completed my specialty training in the East of England Region.
During my Registrar training, I was selected to take part in the Chief Resident Programme, a collaborative Leadership program offered by CUH and the Judge Business School, Cambridge.
I was originally trained in Canada where I completed an undergraduate degree in biochemistry and microbiology followed by a graduate medical degree at the University of Ottawa. I subsequently trained as a Family Physician with an interest in emergency medicine and I have worked in a variety of urban and rural settings, including delivering medical care in a remote, northern, Canadian region. I am on the GMC GP Register and worked as a GP in the East of England region for four years where I gained valuable experience in the NHS.
I have significant experience in teaching and training, including the delivery of Advanced Life Support training in the UK and Canada. I also have responsibility for the regional training program of the Advanced Care Common Stem for doctors training towards a career in emergency medicine, acute internal medicine or anaesthetics.