Independent Medical Exams
My medical interests include type 1 and type 2 diabetes, obesity, and endocrinology disorders. I am particularly
interested in harnessing technology’s power in improving patient care and exploring the application of novel care
models for large population groups.
I received my medical degree from Edinburgh University in the United Kingdom in 1995. I completed my residency
in Birmingham, where I sub-specialized in endocrinology, diabetes, and internal medicine, and subsequently
completed my London fellowship in 2006.
I worked as an N.H.S. Consultant in Kent, U.K. from 2006-2012, where I served as Royal College Tutor and also
Diabetes Network Clinical Chair. I have 13 years of experience as a clinician-educator. In my most recent role as
Clinic Medical Director 2015-2019, I managed departmental metrics, doubling R.V.U. productivity during my tenure
and halving no show rate. I also led endocrine faculty credentialing and played a crucial role in recruitment. As
Diabetes Program Director 2012-2019, I led a department whose referral base extended across states. Led the
recruitment of new faculty, introducing a physician assistant to assist in seeing hospital discharges more proficiently.
I started transition and C.F. diabetes clinics in the department.
I commenced in post at Mount Sinai in June 2019 as Medical Director at Sinai Morningside & West in June 2019. I
am fully Board Certified in Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism, and Internal Medicine by the American Board
of Internal Medicine. I am a Fellow and International Advisor of the Royal College of Physicians of London
The role encompasses:
Oversight of all aspects of the operations and mission of the Diabetes Center at Mount Sinai Morningside and the
outpatient Endocrinology clinical practices across the service as well as the endocrinology inpatient service across
Mount Sinai Morningside & West: