King-Lewis Family Practice

Leading London Private GP Service - High Quality Personalised Medical Care

The Team





Will was born in New Zealand and grew up in North-West Scotland.  As the Son, and Grandson, of a GP he values highly the long-term relationships and family-centred care that underpins high quality General Practice.  Being an independent GP in Chelsea allows him the time and resources to use his broad medical and life experience to provide the care that patients deserve.  

After graduating from Bristol Medical School in 2003 he gained extensive experience in Emergency Medicine (A+E), General Medicine, Anaesthetics and ITU and Paediatrics, passing the exams for membership of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP).  He later studied for the Diploma in Tropical Medicine at Liverpool, taking the top Milne Prize, then in 2011-12 spent a year in Uganda working as a University Lecturer and Senior Physician.  Following this, Will worked in South-West London gaining further experience in Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Oncology and Palliative Care and Mental Health prior to NHS GP jobs in Notting Hill, Chelsea, Fulham and Hammersmith.  

Since January 2017, Will has worked at the King-Lewis Family Practice.  Alongside this, he was an inaugural member of staff at The Portland Hospital Children’s Urgent Care Centre and continues to work regular sessions there and in the Adult Urgent Care Centre at The Lister Hospital in Chelsea, ensuring his skills in emergency medical care are maintained. 

Will is a GP with a genuinely broad experience in healthcare.  He enjoys all aspects of General Practice, aspiring to provide excellence in care to all ages and all problems.  He is married with 2 young children and lives in South-West London.  Outside work and family, his interests include cycling, skiing, rugby (playing for Scotland at U18 level) and the theatre.



Bsc (Hons) MB.BS.

Dr Peter King-Lewis was born in London. He served for ten years as a Seaman Officer in the Royal Navy both as Submariner and Diving Officer. During this time he achieved an Honors degree in Systems Science. He left the Navy to study Medicine at St. Bartholomew's Hospital. After qualifying, he returned to the Navy for a period, working in Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine, He continues to be appointed as an HSE Diving Doctor

Having completed post Graduate he established his own Private General Practice. He enjoys seeing patients of all ages and practicing preventative medicine as well as dealing with all matters of mind, body and spirit. He trained in Acupuncture with the British Medical Acupuncture Society and continues to use this as an integral part of his practice.

He has two daughters and is a keen sailor and skier.