About Me

Dr. Robert Baunsbak Coull

General Practitioner / Family Physician

MB ChB, Dip IMC RCS (Ed)


I have many years of experience helping patients with chronic unexplained symptoms, especially chronic pain and tiredness.

The typical symptoms I work with are: unexplained fatigue ("tired all the time"), palpitations, feeling breathless, dizziness, sweating, flushing, memory problems, trouble controlling emotions, chronic pain, and insomnia.

I am an experienced GP / Family Physician. I completed a BSc. in Medical Science at St. Andrews University (Scotland) in 1990, and graduated from Manchester University (England) medical school in 1993. I trained as a Family Physician, completing GP training on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland in 1998.

I am licensed to practice as a GP / Family Physician in Denmark and the UK. I have also been licensed as a GP in Canada.

I have a private practice in Odense, Denmark. I am also an NHS GP and own and run the Strachur Medical Practice in Argyll in Scotland. I set up and ran the Phoenix Medical Practice between 2009 and 2011 in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada.

I believe in working in close partnership with patients using the co-production model as recommended by the Berwick Review, and have set up two Patient Participation Groups (PPGs). Our PPG in Scotland won a national award in 2020 for their Community Hub.

I am training as an instructor on the Acute Psychiatric Emergencies (APEx) course run by the internationally respected Advanced Life Support Group (ALSG) in Salford, Manchester. 

This year I am studying for a Certificate in Counselling Skills and I am writing a book called "Medicine Without Answers".