Dr Harry Brünjes initially graduated from London University and then qualified in medicine at Guy’s Hospital.
In 1995 Harry started Premier Medical from his Harley Street Practice, becoming Chairman of the Premier Medical Group 2005. Other appointments were Chairman of the Personal Injury Forum at BUPA, Chairman of RTA Ltd and Kuro Healthcare. RTA Limited was sold to BUPA in 2005. In 2010 Premier Medical was acquired by Capita. In 2016 Harry reacquired the Premier Medical Group from Capita. In 2017 he bought WARP Technologies and in 2018 Medicals Direct was added to the consortium. Non-Exec positions have included The Good Care Group, and currently Equity Red Star, Lloyd’s Syndicate and Chairman of Newmans Clinics.
Previously Harry was Governor of Bedford Modern School, Chairman of Mowden School, Governor of Valderrama Golf Club and The Expert Witness Institute. In 2007 Harry was President of the Sussex Medico-Chirurgical Society. In 2010 Harry was elected Vice-President of the College of Medicine. Harry is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine.
Harry is Chairman of Lancing College, Fellow of the Woodard Corporation, a Council member of Southwark Cathedral Development Trust and is Chairman of the English National Opera and The London Coliseum.
Harry enjoys all sport, in particular golf, soccer and cricket. He has a lifelong interest in music and theatre. For several years he played piano professionally, including television and theatre which subsequently led on to after dinner speaking. For the last three years he has performed the docudrama ‘Dial Medicine for Murder’ at the Edinburgh Festival. Harry is married to Jacquie Storey (well-known dancer and choreographer) and they have four children.