I am a General and Upper Gastrointestinal Consultant Surgeon. At The Spire Hospital Bristol, I provide assessment and treatment for a range of conditions, including groin and other abdominal wall hernias, as well as gallstones and reflux.
I also work in the oesophago-gastric team at the Bristol Royal Infirmary, the regional centre for oesophageal and gastric cancer, where we provide all forms of surgical and endoscopic treatment for early and more advanced forms of cancer.
I started my NHS consultant post in 2020. I studied medicine at the University of Cambridge, and have undertaken clinical training in Southampton, London and Bristol regions. I completed additional subspecialist training in oesophago-gastric cancer surgery at St Thomas' Hospital in London, one of the highest volume units in the country. I enjoy combining my clinical work with a strong academic interest, obtaining a PhD from Imperial College London in 2016, examining high performance in surgery at Centre for Patient Safety and Service Quality. I am passionate about contributing to ongoing research to improve patient experience and outcomes, particularly in the upper GI field.