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 The Doctors


 Sex  GMC Number  Primary Medical Qualification  Postgraduate Qualifications  PCT Lists
Dr. R. G. Crispin   Male  4320650  BM 1996 University of Southampton  MRCGP,DRCOG  Obstetric and CHS
 Dr. A. N. Purnell  Male  3673917  BM (Hons) 1992 University of Southampton  T(GP),DFFP,DRCOG,BDS, LDS,FDSRCS (Eng) Obstetric, CHS and  Minor Surgery
 Dr Chery Owen  Female  6098597  MB BCh 2004 University of Wales    

 Dr. Siobhan Gill

 Female  6031807  MBBS 2001 University of London  BSc, MRCS, DFSRH, MRCGP  Obstetric, CHS and Minor Surgery

 Dr. Caroline Carrigan

 Female  4727697  MB ChB 2000 University of Manchester  MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP  Obstetric and CHS

The list of Registered Medical Practitioners can be found at: www.gmc-uk.org All GPs are required to be on the GP Register and have a 'Licence to Practice'.



Dr. Andrew Purnell


Dr. Purnell initially qualified in Dentistry in London with subsequent medical training in Southampton and General Practice training in Portsmouth. He joined the Practice in 1998. He has a hospital post as clinical assistant in Dermatology at Petersfield Hospital. He undertakes minor surgery sessions within the Practice and is lead in a Practice Based Commissioning Pilot scheme for Dermatology Minor Surgery locally. 



Dr. Rupert Crispin


Dr. Crispin joined the Practice in 2002 following General Practice training locally and a six month post at the Rowans Hospice. He is involved as lead in Practice based commisioning and 'end of life' care. He has an interest in training and mentoring. He is lead in Diabetes and is involved in Clinical Research (WREN).


Dr. Ben Arnold


Dr. Arnold is the newest recruit to the practice. Having trained locally over the past 3 years, he is interested in all aspects of general practice, especially general medicine and ophthalmology (eyes). He is keen to bring back medical student teaching from the University of Southampton to the Surgery in order to both assist the training of our future doctors and to benefit the local community.



Dr. Siobhan Gill




 Dr. Caroline Carrigan

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