Dr Garry Savin practises at the Harley Street Medical Centre in central London. He trained as a doctor at the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead, London, qualifying in 1989 and working in general medicine including oncology and surgery posts. He spent a further 3 years in the hospitals of East London training to become a GP, working in the specialities of Accident & Emergency medicine, Psychiatry, Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology. After a further year as a trainee, he qualified as a GP in Enfield North London where he worked for many years and developed a passionate interest in preventative medicine. He took this passion over to the private sector and helped to develop Nuffield Hospitals Health Screening since its instigation and soon became their National Clinical Advisor to Health Screening for five years with clinical responsibility for 44 Wellness Centres and some 244 Health screening doctors throughout the UK. During this time, he helped to set up 7 health assessment centres in London, Manchester and Edinburgh.
Previously Dr Savin has also practised at the London Clinic in Harley Street for 6 years and at the Hospital of St John and Elizabeth's in St John’s Wood, as well as Harley Street.
He joined “Preventicum” in February 2006 and was the Medical Director and lead doctor for 13 years, developing scanning as a health assessment tool.
He now practises at the brand new, fully refurbished, Harley Street Medical Centre in Central London’s prestigious medical district, which has an extensive on-site suite of 'state of the art' diagnostic scans.
During his 30 year career Dr Savin has enjoyed performing in excess of 20,000 health assessments making him one of the most experienced doctors in the field.
A keen ‘explorer’, photographer, conservationist and Medical Expedition Doctor on over a dozen expeditions worldwide, he has travelled extensively to the developing world, and been privileged to work alongside wildlife experts specialising in orangutans, Asian elephants, venomous snakes and snow leopards, including multiple trips to Nepal, India, Mongolia, the South American Amazon jungle, Papua New Guinea, Borneo and Sumatra.