Before studying medicine, Dr Jeff Foster completed an honours degree in Physiology at Kings College London. He then went on to study medicine and has worked since qualifying in 2004. In addition to his core work as a General Practitioner, until 2017, Dr Foster also worked as a senior doctor in a busy Accident and Emergency department at Coventry hospital.
It was through his work in general practice, that Dr Foster developed his interest in men's health. After realising that men's health was not a dedicated speciality within medicine, Dr Foster decided to create such a position in order to provide an holistic approach to the care of his male patients. Since then, Dr Foster has opened up two private Men's Health clinics, and has been involved in developing and promoting Men's Health at both a local and national level. He has written medical articles on various male health topics such as testosterone deficiency and erectile dysfunction, as well as promoting awareness of prostate cancer and giving talks to the local community.
In addition, Dr Foster regularly writes and contributes to articles at a national level on all aspects of health and wellbeing. In the last year, Dr Foster has had publications in the Sunday Mirror, The Guardian, Woman and Home Magazine, Take a Break, Reader's Digest, The Evening Standard, HuffPost, The Telegraph, The Daily Mail, and Netdoctor. https://www.drjefffoster.co.uk/