Dr Alok Sharma was brought up and did his initial schooling in Australia and Papua New Guinea followed by completing his GCSE and A level equivalent from India in 1993. He completed his MBBS from GSVM Medical College Kanpur India with an outstanding academic record securing 1st position in the University and numerous awards. After securing a top rank in the postgraduate medical entrance exam he completed 3 years of postgraduate training in Paediatrics from MGM Medical College Indore India in 2003. This included a Master's Thesis covering research on Meconium Aspiration in Neonates. This was nominated for the D K Shrivastava Gold Medal in 2003. After completing further training in neonatal and paediatric intensive care from Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi, India he passed the PLAB exam for further training in the United Kingdom. Dr Alok Sharma has worked in hospitals in the Buckinghamshire, Aberdeen (Scotland), and London region, completing Basic Specialist Training (MRCPCH) in 2007. He secured a Specialist Registrar post in the South West completing Core training in Paediatrics in 2008. He was successful in obtaining a Specialist Grid Neonatal Training post in the Wessex region of UK in 2008 and completed grid training in neonatal intensive care including echocardiography in 2011.
Dr Alok Sharma completed a further period of training in Neonatal transport as part of a fellowship from Leicester University Hospitals (CenTre Neonatal Transport) before taking up a Consultant post in neonatology in Southampton in 2012.
Ethos-'Innovate and Make things more Efficient'