Keith has been a GP for 30 years. He came into medicine late – having been a professional footballer and an inspector in the Royal Hong Kong Police force, being in charge of a drug squad and CID team. His interest is in sports medicine and he is doctor to the British judo team.
He has been to three Olympic Games as a team doctor. He has also been a doctor to professional rugby teams. Keith also has an interest in cardiology, organising chest pain and heart failure clinics in hospital.
Outside medicine, he is married with two children. Keith is a runner and has completed 12 marathons. His other interest is food, both growing it in his garden and cooking it.