Dr Tim Evans
LVO MBBS MRCGP DRCOG DA
Dr Tim Evans qualified in 1979 from the Westminster Hospital Medical School. After junior posts in some of London’s leading teaching hospitals he travelled throughout Africa and settled in Zimbabwe where he became District Medical Officer in a 100 bed hospital on the shores of Lake Kariba. Here he re-established primary health clinics in rural areas after 10 years of civil war. Later he would be involved in the creation of a flying doctor service operating throughout Zimbabwe and into neighbouring countries within Southern Africa. He returned to England in 1983 and acquired post graduate qualifications in General Practice, Anaesthetics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology whilst working in both NHS and Private Hospitals, including The Portland Hospital for Women and Children.
In 1990, Dr Tim Evans set up a private General Practice in Fulham, specialising in the care of women and children. He later established the first fully integrated private General Practice at Westover House incorporating the best in conventional, complementary and alternative health care. He is the Medical Director at Blossom House School for children with learning and communication difficulties, he delivers regular antenatal lectures for Christine Hill and Associates, sits on the Medical Committee of King Edward V11 Hospital and is a Member of Council for the Chelsea Clinical Society. He was appointed as Apothecary to HM the Queen and The Royal Households of London in 2003.