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Out of Hours
If you are unwell in the evening, overnight or at the weekend, contact: The Urgent Care Service on NHS 111.

Telephone Advice
Please contact Reception who will advise you of the most convenient time to phone to speak with either a doctor or practice nurse. This is usually after 11am or after 6pm, when you can also enquire about test results. 

Home Visits
In the event of being immobile or too unwell to attend the surgery, please call before 10.30 am to arrange a home visit.

Medication Supplies

Please do NOT go to A&E or Out of Hours if you run out of medication over a weekend or bank holiday, they will not supply you with medication. Please go to your usual pharmacy and they may give you sufficient supplies to see you through - there may be a charge for this.

Welcome

Junior Doctors

Dr Anna Hope has joined us as a junior doctor. She is an F2 doctor which means she is in the 2nd year of the post qualification period (what used to be known as a senior house officer). She will be with us for 4 months. Dr Hope will be working every day except Wednesday.

Dr Beth Law has been with us for a year as our GP Registrar, she will remain with us until the end of August 2019 when she completes her GP training.

Dr Law will be working Monday, Tuesday and alternate Wednesday mornings.

Doctors

Dr Christopher Millner (m)Dr Christopher Millner (m)

MB BS MRCGP DOccMed. Dr Christopher Millner, a partner in the Practice, qualified at the London Hospital in 1982. He started the practice in 1989 and lives in Dorchester with his family. 

Starting in 2010 he spent a 2 year sabbatical teaching medical students in Mozambique.

He has a special interest in Occupational Medicine and is GP Trainer and Appraiser.

Dr Stephen Scott (m)Dr Stephen Scott (m)

MB ChB MRCGP FRCGP DTM&H DipMedEd. Dr Stephen Scott, joined the practice in 2002. He qualified at Birmingham University in 1984. After qualifying he joined the RAF as a Medical Officer (Squadron Leader) and then with his wife and family in Nepal before returning to Dorchester in 1999. Since 2006 he has been Appraisal Lead for Dorset. He was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal College of GPs in 2014 for his work in Nepal and the Revalidation and Appraisal Service. Stephen performs minor surgical procedures for the CCG, including vasectomies, in our purpose built operating suite in the practice.

He is married to Dr Kathy Scott (another of the partners) and they have three adult children.

Dr Kathryn Scott (f)Dr Kathryn Scott (f)

MbChB MRCGP DCH DRCOG


Dr Kathryn Scott, a partner in the practice,  qualified at Birmingham University in 1983 and joined the practice in 1999.  Prior to moving to beautiful Dorset she enjoyed general practice and family life in several locations including 3 years in Nepal, where she had an interest in leprosy.  She represents the Dorchester locality on the Dorset prescribing committee, supporting the quality of prescribing in the locality, and has an interest in diabetes.


Kathryn  is married to Dr Stephen Scott (another of the partners) and they have 3 adult children. 

Dr John Robertson (m)

Dr Johnny Robertson


Dr John Robertson MB BS 1999, MRCP 2002, MRCGP 2006.


I am Dr Johnny Robertson, and have been a partner at the Prince of Wales Surgery since May 2016. I trained at St Georges Hospital Medical School in London qualifying in 1999. I spent 3 years as a respiratory registrar before training as a GP in 2005 where I remained as a partner in the practice until moving to Dorchester in 2016.


I have really enjoyed my time on Dorchester working with a fantastic team in our lovely building here on Poundbury. As a GP I am interested in all areas of medicine but have a particular interest in respiratory problems.


My wife is a hospital consultant and I have 3 children.


 

Dr Lara Wear (f)

Dr Lara Wear has joined us a part-time salaried doctor

 
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