MBBS, MRCGP, CWH
I was born in Malawi, grew up in Scotland, and during my medical school years returned to Malawi to work with under-resourced populations, focusing on supporting and treating vulnerable women and children. After working abroad in various inner city and rural hospitals across Australia, I returned to the UK to complete my GP training in Camden Town, where there is a big homeless population. This work resonated hugely with me, so when I moved to Brighton in 2017 I joined Arch as a GP, first as a locum and then as a permanent member of the team.
I’ve never felt more part of a team in healthcare than I have at Arch, where there is a real sense of momentum and positive energy in addressing inequality and complex need in even the most challenging of situations. Arch’s dedication to providing truly holistic care to our patients is clear from the moment you set foot in the practice, and the constant innovation and breaking down of barriers is something I think a lot of other health and social care providers could learn from.