About Dr Paul Curry
MB.BS (Hons), MRCS. MD, FRCP, FESC, L7 Diploma in Aesthetics (GMC 1269730)

Dr Paul Curry entered St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical School at the age of 17, and qualified at the young age of 21 (with first class Honours) and won the Weitzman Prize in Cardiology.

Dr Paul Curry has been working in the NHS since 1969. He trained in cardiology at The Royal Brompton Hospital -Institute of Cardiology and was then awarded a British Heart Foundation Senior Lectureship to work at The Royal Postgraduate Medical School- Hammersmith Hospital. For his research in cardiac arrhythmias, he was awarded his London University MD Thesis (without viva).

He gained a senior lectureship at Guy's and St Thomas Hospitals and was appointed Consultant Cardiologist to Guy's Hospital in 1977 at the young age of only 30.

Dr Paul Curry is a member of the following professional societies: The British Cardiovascular Society (BCS), The British Cardiovascular Interventional Society(BCIS), BMA, Royal Society of Medicine (RSM), RCPL, The British Society of Heart Failure, The Heart Rhythm Society, The European Arrhythmia Society, The British Hypertension Society.

Being elected the youngest Fellow of The Royal College of Physicians (FRCP) in 1983 required him to give The Goulstonian Lecture in London.

He also lectured in the USA at Harvard (Massachusetts and the Brigham hospitals), Stanford (San Francisco), UCLA (Los Angeles) and La Jolla. He was elected Secretary of the British Cardiovascular Society for four years from 1980 and was a founder member of the European Society of Cardiology and is a Fellow (FESC).

In 1993 Paul became an Honorary NHS Consultant. He then became a full-time cardiologist in Private Practice in London and Kent Private hospitals.

Dr Curry remains on the GMC Specialist Register for both Cardiology and General Internal Medicine and in 2016 chose to retrain in Aesthetics.

He enjoys skiing. Tennis and is restoring a pre-war 1935 MG PA, the car he had as a medical student at Bart's.