I graduated from Dow Medical College Karachi in 1991. My first job as a doctor was in Mullingar Ireland. I spent nearly a decade in Ireland working in General Medicine at various places including Portlaoise, Roscommon, Nenagh, Drogheda and Dundalk. In 2001 I moved to the UK to seek training in General Practice. My first job in the UK was in Kilmarnock Ayreshire (Scotland) from where I moved to St. Helens to work as a GP trainee. I completed my GP training at Birkenhead Wirral. I was then employed by Northampton PCT where I had opportunity to learn upper GI endoscopy at the General hospital and after getting my accreditation and relevant paperworks in order, I started doing regular gastroscopy sessions. I moved to Chelmsford in 2006 to join a GP partnership. I continued working at the local community endoscopy unit. I am also a GP at Ipswich and work at the Barham & Claydon Surgery since October 2013. Medicine is my passion and I always try to provide the best possible healthcare to my patients. It gives me great pleasure and immense satisfaction when I am able to help someone and bring a smile on their face. Beside medicine, I love my football and passionately support and follow Arsenal football club.