With 30 years of medical experience, Dr. Adrian Rawlinson is a highly skilled physician currently practicing in California.
Having initially trained in emergency and sports medicine, Rawlinson went on to become a Chief Medical Officer before joining our team here at SpeedyHealth.
He strives to provide the best care to all his patients, carefully listening to what they have to say and involving them in the decision-making processes.
University of Leeds
University College London
Oregon Health & Safety University
California Pacific Medical Center
Dr Rawlinson graduated from medical school in 1983, after studying medicine for 5 years at the University of Leeds. He received a Bachelor of Medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery.
He then studied at UCL (University College London), where he specialized in sports medicine and musculoskeletal medicine.
In 2007 he completed a course at the Oregon Health & Safety University, achieving a qualification in health informatics.
Team physician for Great Britain
Medical Advisor for Reboot Holdings Pty Ltd
Medical Officer for Nephosity
Specialist in Sports/Musculoskeletal Medicine
Telemedicine Physician at Teladoc
Chief Medical Officer and Welkin Health
Guru and Executive in Residence (EIR) at BReakawayGrowth Fund
Sports Medicine Physician at Kaiser Permanente
Vice President of Medical Affairs at Upswing Health, in the San Francisco Bay Area
Dr Rawlinson has a speciality in sports medicine and musculoskeletal medicine, having studied at UCL after achieving his medical license.
He also specialized in family medicine at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG).
As well as his clinical role, Dr Rawlinson has entrepreneurial experience as a physician executive, strategic leader, and digital healthcare product innovator.
Certificate in Personalized Medicine
Board of Certification in Family Medicine
Throughout his career, Dr Rawlinson has worked as a volunteer physician. He currently volunteers under the MAVEN project, but has previously volunteered for several other organizations.
Since 2020, he has been helping to provide uninsured and underinsured patients with the help they need.
Before this, he volunteered for an organization dedicated to providing free orthopedic surgery to children and young adults in developing countries.
He has also been a volunteer physician for the Lwala Community Alliance; a program offering health services to pregnant women and HIV patients in Western Africa.
In line with our views here at SpeedyHealth, he has followed and pursued the belief that everyone should have access to comprehensive health care.