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Setting the standard for excellence in preparation of future doctors


Dr. Eggitt is a Director and Teacher at Pre Medical School.
Dr. Eggitt qualified at The University of Sheffield in 2005.
He has been a doctor in the NHS for 15 years and is a GP in Doncaster. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of GPs and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
As a qualified and practising teacher of Medicine, he has a wealth of experience to help you understand what a career in Medicine is all about.
2002 – BMedSci(Hons) – The University of Sheffield
2005 – MBChB – The University of Sheffield
2010 – MRCGP – The Royal College of General Practitioners
2012 – PGCME – HYMS
2012 – FHEA – HYMS
2016 – FRCGP – The Royal College of General Practitioners
Dr Eggitt is currently studying Msc. Global Health Policy.
Orthopaedic surgery
Vascular surgery
Academic vascular surgery
Cardiothoracic surgery
Accident and Emergency
Stroke medicine
Secure general practice
Secure forensic general practice
Medical politics


Ms Neringa Smalstiene is a Director and Teacher at Pre Medical School.
Ms Neringa started her career as a pharmacist in a university Pharmacy (LSMU) attached to the largest and the most advanced hospital in Lithuania.
She undertook rotational roles from laboratory to outpatient pharmacy during which time she gained priceless experience working with medical professionals in hospitals and in the pharmaceutical industry.
Ms Neringa now works in a busy community pharmacy in Doncaster utilising her Clinical Pharmacy education from De Montfort University and Independent Prescribing education from Sheffield Hallam University.
Ms Neringa has spent the past few years developing a new course and writing educational material for a leading national training provider for pharmacy professionals.
In her own words –
“I aim to support students in learning and transition to clinical practice by making them prepared, confident and taking charge of their future.”

Dr Lawanson

Dr Teniola Lawanson is the lead for Pre Medical School in Nigeria.

Teniola Lawanson had his primary medical training in Nigeria, with an MBBS degree from the Lagos State University College of Medicine.

He also has a Master’s degree in Global Health and Infectious Diseases from the University of Edinburgh, with further training in Vaccinology from the Pasteur Institute, Paris.

He has worked in private and public health sectors and has been involved in the design and implementation of public health programs to mitigate infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis.

He retains a  very keen interest in infectious disease research, immunology and vaccinology, and medical education.