After graduating from Liverpool Medical School Dr Boreham trained as a GP in Chester before joining the British Army in 1980, serving as a doctor in Germany and then with the Parachute Regiment in the UK. He left the Army in 1986 to set up a medical practice with Dr Rowley. He continued to serve with a Territorial Army and was awarded the Queen's Volunteer Reserve Medal in the 2000 New Year's Honours for services to the United Kingdom Special Forces. Since starting the practice at 18 Thurloe Street Dr Boreham has enjoyed being back in family medicine and has established a positive reputation amongst patients and doctors locally.
Dr Rowley trained at Guy’s Hospital before joining the Army where he met Dr Boreham on the same officer intake. He served in Germany, Gibraltar, Northern Ireland and England, during which time he completed his higher vocational training in general practice. He left the services with the intention of setting up in practice with Dr Jonathan Boreham. He has special expertise in dermatology and in facial wrinkle therapy. He is also a qualified private pilot and Aviation Medical Examiner.