Striving to be one of the best obstetricians in Sydney.
I grew up in the UK and came to Australia in 1984 for a working holiday. I liked it so much I have lived here ever since. Now I cannot imagine living anywhere else.
I grew up in the UK but have lived in Australia for over 30 years. I began my medical training at the University of Sydney, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, The Canberra Hospital and the Royal Hospital for Women, where I completed my core obstetric training. I then worked at Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea Hospital in London, where I completed my advanced training and gained extra consultant experience, especially in diabetes and high-risk obstetrics, before returning to Sydney as a specialist.
I am experienced in both uncomplicated and high-risk obstetrics, as well as the care of pregnant women with medical disorders, such as diabetes and recurrent miscarriage. I am currently involved in the training, supervision and examination of junior doctors. I regularly teach and lecture on maternal resuscitation, as part of the Managing Obstetric Emergencies and Trauma (MOET) course that I helped to establish in Australia in 2009, and hope to take to developing countries in the near future. Click HERE for more information about the MOET Course.
BA, MB BS, FRANZCOG, DTM&H (Lond), Grad Dip Ec., MIPH