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my training 

Undergraduate and post graduate training 

My undergraduate Medicate training was at  Imperial College and St Mary's Hospital Medical School in 1994. Thereafter, I completed junior doctor doctor posts at St Mary's Hospital  in London and the Cambridge Military Hospital in Surrey. After that,  I worked at the Royal London Hospital in Accident and Emergency for 6 months and the the Royal Brompton Hospital in their cardiac intensive care unit. I then  undertook my junior medical rotation in Medicine and Cardiology in Portsmouth.


I commenced my specialist Cardiology training in 2001 with attachments to Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth, Salisbury District general Hospital and University Hospital Southampton respectively. 

In 2015 I moved from the Wessex Deanery to the West Midlands Deanery, where I successfully completed an intense 2 year Research MD under the supervision Professor Lip. This research was focused on Cardiovascular risk and endothelial function.


Following my MD, I  spent  18 months at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham. During this period   I completed my cardiology training with sub-specialty training in Heart Failure and Complex Devices. I began my consultant post at Poole and Royal Bournemouth Hospitals in August 2008.

As a Consultant 

At Poole Hospital within the cardiac department I am the Clinical Lead for Research,  Heart Failure,  Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing and Cardiac Pacing Services. I am the President of the Poole Heart Support Group and I am member of the pan Dorset Prescribing Forum and the AF network.


I maintain a strong interest in research and teaching. I was appointed as an Associate Teaching Professor to George's Medical School in Grenada in 2012 in recognition of my commitment to their student's teaching . 


I was appointed a  Visiting Research Professor at Leeds Beckett University in 2016.


My NHS Consultant post involves me being primarily based at Poole Hospital, although I have twice weekly fixed sessions at Royal Bournemouth Hospital in coronary angiography and advanced cardiac pacing.


Outside of my medical practice Professor I enjoy running, skiing, travelling and watching movies.  I was born in Port of Spain, Trinidad, where I spent my early childhood and visit my family.


I am on the GMC (number 4106845)  Specialist Register and I am accredited in Cardiology and General Internal Medicine. I have recognised sub-speciality training in Heart Failure and Cardiac Device  Therapy. 

My Professional Qualifications and Degrees are:

 PhD             Bournemouth University                                                  2019

 FRCP           Royal College of Physicians, London                              2011

 MD              University of Birmingham                                                 2007

 MRCP          Royal College of Physicians                                            1998

 Dip IMC      Royal College of Physicians,  Edinburgh                        1997   


 MBBS          Imperial College, London                                                1994

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