Jeremy trained at Charing Cross Hospital Medical School, qualifying in 1981. After completing 3 years of Hospital training around London, and a year as a trainee in General Practice, he joined a long established and well respected practice in Maidenhead in 1985. The partnership was busy with outside commitments one of which included one session each week as a Hospital Outpatient Paediatrician; Jeremy was actively involved in this position for 19 years.
He obtained postgraduate qualifications in obstetrics and gynaecology, family planning, paediatrics and membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners. He has recently been elected Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners. Jeremy has also been involved and instrumental in research into the use of mobile phone technology to aid patients suffering from long term illnesses.
He is Secretary and now President Elect of the Windsor and District Medical Society for 2016/17.
After 30 years as a GP, Jeremy was approached by colleagues at the Princess Margaret Hospital, Windsor to take over the practice of retiring Private General Practitioner, Dr Ben Gilfeather, working with Dr Usha Sharma. Jeremy decided to take on this opportunity fully, taking early retirement from NHS general practice and moved to the Princess Margaret Hospital in July 2015.
The GP Extra service offers Private General Practice appointments to patients who can still remain registered with their NHS GP and does not require an annual subscription. Appointments are available each weekday and on Saturday mornings.
Jeremy has enjoyed returning to practicing with fewer time and administrative burdens and constraints, allowing longer face to face contact with patients and an ability to be more involved in all aspects of patient care. He is married to Elizabeth and has three adult children. He is keen on walking, running & gardening