Dr. Tanya Foster

Dr. Tanya Foster

Clinical Fellow

Medical/professional qualifications

Postgraduate Diploma in Health Management (Distinction) University of the West Indies, Mona
Doctor of Medicine- Internal Medicine University of the West Indies, Mona
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery University of the West Indies, Mona

Interdepartmental Division of Critical Care Medicine, University of Toronto
Member of the Association of Consultant Physicians of Jamaica

Dr Tanya Foster is currently employed as a consultant internist at the National Chest Hospital and an associate lecturer in the Department of Medicine at the University of the West Indies, Jamaica. She received her MBBS and Doctor of Medicine, Internal Medicine, degrees at The University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. In order to further enhance her patient advocacy role, she completed a post-graduate diploma in Health Management.
A clinician at heart, she recently completed a one-year clinical fellowship in Adult Respiratory Medicine at The University of Toronto, Canada and is currently completing a one-year clinical fellowship in Critical Care Medicine at the same university.
When she is not in clinical practice, she dedicates her time to a number of church/community-based activities.


Chin SN, Foster T, Char G, Garrison A. Concomitant Urothelial Cancer and Renal Tuberculosis. Case Reports in Urology. 2014;2014:625153.

Foster TM, Lee MG, McGaw CD and Frankson MA. Knowledge and Practice of Occupational Infection Control among Healthcare Workers in Jamaica. West Indian Medical Journal 2010;59(2):147-152

Foster  TM,  Lee  MG,  McGaw  CD  and  Frankson  MA. Prevalence  of  Needlestick  Injuries  and  Other  High  Risk Exposures  among  Health-workers  in  Jamaica.  West  Indian Medical Journal 2010;59(2):153-158

Tanya Foster



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