Mr Billy Jowett trained at Guy's and St Thomas' medical school in London, graduating in 1996. He subsequently worked in the accident and emergency department at the hospital and taught anatomy at the medical school. Following this he undertook basic surgical and advanced orthopaedic training rotations in the Wessex region. In 2005 he was an AO trauma fellow in Seattle, USA. He completed his training during 2006-07 with foot and ankle fellowships in Auckland, New Zealand and Melbourne, Australia, for which he was awarded an HCA International Travelling scholarship. He was also awarded an American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society travelling fellowship for 2010.
Mr Jowett's practice is purely foot and ankle surgery. He has a special interest in bunion surgery, foot and ankle reconstructive surgery including total ankle replacement. He also has a significant interest in the management of sports injuries to the foot and ankle, including arthroscopic surgery. His research interests include sports injuries to the foot and ankle on which he has published and presented internationally.
Billy Jowett is heavily involved in education of surgical trainees in his role as Surgical Tutor at Queen Alexandra Hospital.