Dr Booth is a consultant in anaesthesia, neuroanaesthesia and PHEM for Cambridge University Hospitals and Magpas Air Ambulance. She trained in London at University College and qualified in 2000. The majority off her specialist training was also undertaken in London with placements in Emergency Medicine and Acute Medicine, completing her MRCP with the RCP in London. She then continued with anaesthesia in London with the North Central Thames School of Anaesthesia and gained her FRCA in 2007.
Dr Booth has worked in Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine, PHEM, since 2001 and she obtained the Diploma in Immediate Medical Care with the RSCE in 2002, she has been operational in PHEM since 2001. In August 2010 she took a year out of her anaesthesia training to undertake a pilot fellowship with Magpas.
Following appointment as a consultant at Cambridge University Hospitals in 2013, areas of work include anaesthesia for intracranial and spinal surgery for adults and children, general, orthopaedics and emergency anaesthesia, as well as PHEM with Magpas Air Ambulance, both as flight physician and supervisor. Dr Booth has been a trustee for Magpas since 2012.