Lives of the fellows

Paul Anthony Mullins

b.10 March 1960 d.1 February 2004
MB BS Lond(1983) MRCP(1988) MD(1994) FRCP(1997)

Paul Anthony Mullins was a consultant physician and cardiologist at the Royal Liverpool Hospital. He was born in Sheffield, but his family had strong Irish roots. His father, George Francis Mullins, was a site manager for a building company. His mother, Margaret Christina Mullins, was a sales representative. He attended De La Salle College in Sheffield, where he was head boy from 1977 to 1978. He then went on to study medicine at King’s College Medical School in London, qualifying in 1983.

He held registrar and senior registrar posts at Papworth Hospital, Cambridge. He was appointed as a consultant physician and cardiologist at the Royal Liverpool Hospital and as a honorary lecturer in medicine at the University of Liverpool at the age of 31. He gained his MD in 1994 and his FRCP in 1997.

Outside medicine, he liked angling and other outdoor sports. In 1986 he married Belinda. They had one son (Ciaran) and three daughters (Roisin, Emily and Jessica). Tragically, he died aged just 43, from a brain tumour.

RCP editor

[Brit.med.J., 330 2005 200]

(Volume XII, page web)

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