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 the District Medical Officer of an area covering 5000sq miles and managed a 100 bed hospital on the shores of Lake Kariba. 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. He has sat on the Medical Committee of King Edward VII Hospital, the Council for the Chelsea Clinical Society, and given regular lectures at Christine Hill Antenatal Classes.
In 2003 he was appointed to the position of Apothecary to HM the Queen and The Royal Households of London. In 2016 The Queen awarded him with an LVO for his services.