Sam qualified in London in 1993, and became a GP after a 15 year career as a hospital consultant.
He has several areas of interest in general practice including women’s health, trans affirming care, food as medicine, neurodivergence and trauma informed practice.
Sam’s passion is training a multi-professional primary care workforce suited to meeting the needs of those facing healthcare inequalities.
It is a basic human right to have our healthcare needs met, and enabling this requires a different way of learning. Changing the health of the nation necessitates making healthcare accessible to all.
He lives in Brighton with his family, has given up his car, tries to cycle instead and sings in an LGBT choir for kicks.