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Dr. Kyle Collins

Dr. Kyle Collins

Prescribing Doctor | GMC Reg: 7039092


Dr Kyle Collins graduated from the University of Aberdeen Medical School with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery degree.

He has a broad range of experience in the medical field, including acute and general hospital medicine, private healthcare, and prescriptions.

More recently, Dr Collins has taken a keen interest in weight loss medicine. His knowledge of healthy living is reflected in his qualification as a gym instructor.

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  • Professional Registrations GMC
  • Education

    The University of Aberdeen Medical School

Qualifications and Experience


Dr Collins attended the University of Aberdeen Medical School, where he achieved his Bachelor's degree in both Medicine and Surgery.


He began his medical career working in acute and general hospital medicine, where he diagnosed and treated patients admitted to hospital with severe symptoms.

In 2011 he took to Private Healthcare and Aesthetic Medicine. It was here that he discovered his passion for tailoring treatments specifically for his patients.

Lastly, Dr Collins has become experienced in weight loss medications and prescriptions. He is focused on utilising his keen personal interests in fitness to help better his services towards his patients who are striving for health and well-being.

He has also published two papers after conducting in-depth medical research alongside his hospital practice.

Medical Specialty & Areas of Interest

Medical Speciality

Dr Collins has specialised in acute and general medicine, aesthetic medicine, and research medicine. He is also passionate about fitness and well-being and is experienced in prescribing weight loss medications.

Research & Articles

  • Diabetes Management in Older Adults who Fall: A Retrospective Cohort Study
  • Alcohol excess in older people who fall -A retrospective analysis using POSAMINO criteria