Dr Michael Criswell is a fourth-generation doctor who established his private family practice in 1991. He tells us that ‘it’s a friendly, informal practice. I’ve dealt with all types of people, HNWs and others. It’s not what they’re worth but who they are as a patient’. Along with his general family practice work, he specialises in managing complex, chronic medical problems and is also trained in psychotherapy. ‘In a private practice, you develop your own style through experience,’ he says. ‘I really like helping people and it gives me real pleasure to get it right. I endeavour to look after people’. Dr Criswell hopes to one day pass his busy central London practice on to his son, who is in the final stages of his medical training.
Dr Michael Criswell