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Doctors

Dr Andrew Brewer (m)

BSc MBBS (1983 London) Trained at St. Thomas’ Hospital, London, and completed his postgraduate training at Poole General Hospital. His main medical interests are bone and joint disorders and exercise related health.

Dr Sheona Chapman (f)

Dr Sheona Chapman went to medical School at the University of Southampton.
She completed her Training in 2006 and after foundation training went on to do her anesthetics training within the wessex region.
After 5 years of this she transferred to GP training and has been in Poole/Bournemouth ever since.

Dr Philip Doust (m)

Dr Philip Doust went to medical school at the university of Southampton. After completing his training in 2005 he worked in Southampton General Hospital for 2 and a half years, before moving to Poole General Hospital for a further 2 years on a medical rotation. He moved to Northamptonshire to do his GP training and following this in 2013 worked locally as a GP. He and his family moved back to Dorset in 2015.

Dr Emma McFarland (f)

Dr McFarland trained at Southampton Medical School and completed post graduate training at Dorset County and Salisbury District Hospital. Her main interests are womens health and contraception/sexual health and she inserts and removes contraceptive implants for the practice. Outside of work she enjoys travelling,outdoor activities and spending time with family.

Dr Andrea Siggers (f)

Dr Siggers trained locally as a GP before moving to Devon then Hampshire. She is pleased to be back in Dorset permanently now and has a medical interest in all of General Practice, particularly women’s health and respiratory medicine. When not working she runs around after two children and a spaniel and loves to run, swim, sail and generally make the most of where we live.

Dr Neeta Somani (f)

Dr Somani trained at St George's Medical School, London and worked in Kent before completing GP training in Bournemouth. She has worked as a full-time GP locum widely in Dorset and also in rural Australia.

Dr Robert Whitmey (m)

Dr Whitmey qualified in Edinburgh in 1975.  He was in the Royal Navy between 1976 to 1984 and spent most of his time with Submarines. He started General Practice in London in 1984 in Brixton, intending to go back to Scotland after a few years. Finally left in 2014 to retire in Bournemouth. Dr Whitmey got fed up after a month and started working again in Hampshire and then Dorset finally joining Kinson Road in July 2017.  His main interests outside work are playing guitar and running.

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