I practice at the Spire Alexandra Hospital, the Kent Institute of Medicine and Surgery, the London Bridge Hospital and Guy’s and St Thomas’s Hospitals in London. My NHS practice is at Medway Maritime Hospital and at St Thomas’s Hospital, London.
I went to medical school at Guy’s and St Thomas’s Hospitals, University of London and graduated with distinction in 1999. I subsequently trained in London, Sussex and Sydney. I undertook research using 3D echocardiography to investigate the effect of pacing on heart function, which led to a research doctorate – MD(Res) from King’s College London.
I am currently Principal Investigator on 5 multi-centre international clinical trials to bring cutting edge research to patients in Kent.
My clinical interests include heart rhythm disorders, heart valve disorders, heart failure, exercise related heart rhythm problems, the effects of chemotherapy on heart function and estimation of risk of heart attack and cardiac arrest in patients.
I undertake clinics on Monday morning, and Wednesday and Thursday evenings. I also do remote video or telephone if preferred.