Dr. Chambers is a past student of Campion College. With a first degree in Chemistry and Biochemistry. He went on to pursue a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MB, BS) degree at the University of the West Indies where he later specialized, becoming a resident in Radiology at the University Hospital of the West Indies. He was also a specialist registrar at Queens College in Nottingham, a part-time lecturer and clinical physician at the University Hospital of the West Indies and the University of Technology, both in Kingston, Jamaica.
Dr. Chambers is a member of the Medical Association of Jamaica, the Jamaica Association of Radiologists, where he has served in the capacity of secretary, the American Heart Association, the American College of Radiology, the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography, Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance and the North American Society for Cardiac Imaging.
Currently, he is spearheading the drive for the introduction of cardiac CT angiography and cardiac calcium scoring to Western Jamaica. He has also introduced Selective Salpingography and Tubal Recanalization in Kingston and Montego Bay. Dr. Chambers also contributes to the Jamaica Observer through its “ Your Health Is Your Wealth “ section.
His hobbies include reading, skeet shooting, and fishing.