Paul Ettlinger is a British doctor and head of the London General Practice in Harley Street, London. He is a fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners and holds postgraduate diplomas in Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Occupational Health.
Ettlinger attended Southampton Medical School between 1976 and 1981, which include patient interactions on its syllabus. During his time in Southampton Paul published a paper under the guidance of Professor G K Freeman (now Emeritus Professor of General Health Practice at the Imperial College), on the importance of the patient relationship with their Doctor in providing personal and continuity of care in General Practice, which was published at The BMJ .
Following graduation Ettlinger entered the Charring Cross GP Vocational Scheme, and on completion approached Prof Sir Brian Jarman who championed a scheme whereby general practitioners on the NHS where able to partner up with senior general practitioners to perform lecture research work as well as general practice surgeries. This resulted in Ettlinger working in Lisson Grove as a lecturer in St Mary's Hospital, London.
In 1985 Dr. Ettlinger joined a GP practice in Pimlico. Starting with 1,600 patients, over a 3 year period he amalgamated it with an adjacent practice, modernising and increasing patient list number to 4,500. At the same time, he provided emergency on call services to private patients in Harley Street.
From 1989 to 1991 Ettlinger was a principal in an NHS General Practice with the Family Health Service Authority for Kensington, Chelsea and Westminster. In 1995 he worked as assistant to Professor Harold Ellis (surgeon) at Westminster Hospital.
In 2002 Ettlinger worked in a private practice in Devonshire Place, Marylebone. This included family medicine, a 24/7 on-call service and occupational health services.
From 2004 he acted as an adviser to construction firm Taylor Woodrow. In 2005 he opened the London General Practice, dedicated to providing care in accordance with his values and clinical expertise. The practice has grown to encompass 50,000 patients around the world. In 2017 the practice launched the London Global Practice in recognition of its international network of medical care.
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