Growing up with Sudanese parents, the idea of becoming a doctor or engineer was permanently ingrained in me. After qualifying with an undergraduate degree in Medicine from the University of Alexandria in Egypt, I decided to come to the UK to further my education. Here, I studied for a postgraduate degree in Medicine which I completed successfully in 2001. Following this, I completed my NHS GP training in the UK in 2005. Then I worked at different GP practices in Sussex and at Carden Surgery, County Oak Medical Centre as a GP partner for the last seven years.
After working in the surgical field within several hospitals over the years, I found myself having a keen interest in the field of skin surgery. In 2010 I was fortunate enough to become the lead NHS GP clinician in minor skin surgery at my GP surgery. It is here where I have settled for the past 19 years, enjoying the southern coast with my wife and three kids.
Some of my GP patients had introduced me to the world of aesthetics. Keen to learn more about dermatology, aesthetics sparked an interest in me due to its ability to make people appear younger and refreshed.
I started studying and searching and found my passion in Aesthetic Medicine. I loved the artistry and skill and how it transformed people’s lives, making them feel good about themselves. I felt the need for aesthetic treatments provided safely by a medical professional with my skills.
I completed my aesthetics training and qualifications in 2015 and have been administering aesthetics ever since. Having delivered hundreds of treatments with truly exceptional results, I have gained a valuable reputation amongst my fellow peers and loyal customers.