Early in his career he worked at Hammersmith Hospital with Professor Winston in the pioneering days of IVF and fertility treatment. This was where an interest in reproductive medicine first developed.
There have been spells in the East End at the Royal London Hospital and one of his claims to fame is East London’s first successful ovum donation pregnancy. He has also had sabbaticals in Paris and in Hong Kong where he was part of the team that created Hong Kong’s first pregnancy with ICSI.
His degree in medicine is from Leicester University and he is a Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
In 1997 he became medical director of the Chiltern Hospital Fertility Unit which has established itself as the leading centre offering fertility treatment in Buckinghamshire. This clinic has now moved to The Spire Clinic in Windsor.
In 1999 he joined the team at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital as a consultant gynaecologist, practicing both in reproductive medicine and general gynaecology.