Personal approach statement

I am motivated by guiding patients on their journey to recovery and wholeheartedly believe that a meaningful patient-doctor relationship achieves the best results. Enabling patients to become more autonomous with their condition has always been at the core of my practice. 

Main medical interests

I have a keen interest in diabetes, mental health and patient education.

Conducted medical training from the University of Montpellier. I am a French medical graduate and hold a Postgraduate Diploma in Medicine from the University of Lille. I qualified as a GP in 2017.

Experience

I worked as a senior house officer in Internal Medicine, Psychiatry and Endocrinology. For my thesis at the University of Lille, I studied the use of serious games in the education of diabetic patients. 

Why did you choose to be a GP?

I believe a long term and sustainable relationship between a family doctor and their patient is what attracted me to become a GP in the first place.

What makes a ‘good day’ at the office ‘for you’?

Big changes start with small steps. Helping a patient make a lifestyle change, however small, towards improving their health, is why I love working as a GP.

What piece of advice do you most often give to your patients?

Changes are made one step at a time and I am passionate about accompanying people along the way.

Languages spoken:

English French