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Dr Jonathan Evans (Partner)

Dr Evans

MBBS MRCS LRCP DA Qualified 1976 King’s College, London
Chairman Dorset Local Medical Committee
Chairman Blandford Hospital Management Group
Joint lead North Dorset Consortium Medical Officer Dorset & Wiltshire RFC
Special Interest in Aviation medicine (CAA) & Minor Surgery

Dr Madeleine Ford (Partner)

Dr Ford

University of Birmingham – MBChB 1989 DCH, MRCGP 1995, DRCOG
Diploma in child health
Diploma in obstetrics, gynaecology and family planning trained.
Offer all forms of contraception including implants and coils
Other areas of interest include menopause and all aspects of women’s health and adolescent and mental health

Dr Sarah Nixon (Partner)

BA MB BChir Cambridge University – Qualified December 1992 (Child Okeford Surgery)
Medical Officer to Clayesmore School
Practice Prescribing Lead

Dr Adrienne Slater (Partner)

Dr Slater

BMedSci BM BS (Nottingham 2005) DCH DRCOG DFSRH nMRCGP

Dr Matthew Sword (Partner)

Dr Sword

Southampton 2007 BM MSc nMRCGP

Dr Mark Nankervis (Partner)


Southampton 2005 BM MRCGP

Practice Prescribing Lead

Dr Lucy Purcell (Partner)


MPharm MBChB DFSRH (Bristol2008) MRCGP

Medical Officer for Hanford School

Dr Tracey Wall (Partner)

Southampton 2008 BM MRCGP

Dr Elizabeth Paine (Salaried GP)


UCL 2007 MRCGP MBBS BSc MRCP DCH (Child Okeford Surgery)

Dr John B Pittard (Salaried GP)

Dr Pittard

BSc MSc BM BCh (Oxford)

Training Practice/ Registrars

The practice is a training practice, which means that we take students from a number of teaching hospitals to give them experience of general practice. We also train GPs, these are known as GP registrars and they work with the practice for 6 or 12-month periods.

You may be given an appointment with our registrar who is a fully qualified doctor undergoing supervised training to become a GP.  You may be asked if your consultation can be recorded on a video camera.  The recording is then used in a strictly confidential manner, within the surgery, to help patients get the best from these consultations

We wish to thank all our patients for allowing these students and doctors to see them and to sit in on consultations with them. Without this it would not be possible to train the doctors of the future.

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