Dr Harry Brünjes
Dr Harry Brunjes graduated from London University and then qualified in medicine at Guy’s Hospital. From his practice in Harley Street, he established Premier Medical.
In 2010 Premier Medical Group was acquired by Capita. A subsidiary RTA Ltd was sold to BUPA in 2005. In 2016, Brunjes reacquired Premier Medical which was rebranded as Kuro Health with Brunjes remaining as chairman.
Brunjes was president of Sussex Medico-Chirurgical Society (2007) is a fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine, fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (Edin) and has been vice president of the College of Medicine since 2010.
Brunjes was chairman of Lancing College (2009 – 2019), fellow of the Woodard Corporation, council member of Southwark Cathedral Development Trust since 2015 has been chairman of both English National Opera and The London Coliseum.
Brunjes enjoys all sport and has a lifelong interest in music and theatre. For several years he worked professionally in music (piano) and comedy, which subsequently led to after-dinner speaking. Brunjes created the docu-drama ‘Dial Medicine for Murder’ which he has performed for two seasons at the Edinburgh Festival, national tour, Irish tour and the United States.