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Dunster and Porlock Surgeries merge

The two surgeries of Dunster Surgery and Porlock Medical Centre have merged as of 01 April 2017.  Patients should notice no difference to how and who they see in surgery.

EXMOOR OSTEOPATHY

We're delighted to report that Exmoor Osteopathy, an excellent osteopathy partnership, are now running some of their clinics from Porlock Medical Centre and Dunster Surgery.  Please see their section under 'Clinics & Services' (the reddy-brown tab at the top). 

Welcome to Dunster and Porlock Surgeries

Dunster and Porlock Surgeries work from two buildings - the Surgery in Dunster and the Medical Centre in Porlock. 

Our aim is to provide a caring, comprehensive service for you and your family.

Porlock Medical Centre is run by Dr Ian Kelham. Patients are accepted from Porlock, Minehead, Oare and other areas within the locality by agreement with the doctor. It operates from purpose built premises in Porlock.  

Dunster Surgery is run by Dr Ian Kelham and Dr David Davies, with assistance from Dr Ben Fawden, taking patients from an area between Washford and Minehead on the coast, and inland up to Wootton Courtenay, Timberscombe and Washford. 

We operate from a brand new, purpose built surgery overlooking the cricket pitch at the Timberscombe end of the village.

Information on your 'named GP'

Please be aware that all patients at Dunster and Porlock Surgeries have a named allocated GP: please contact us to find out who this is if you would like to know.  This does not mean you have to see that GP if you would prefer to see someone else (and they are available of course)

Latest surveys

Please see 'Survey Reports' (under 'Have your say' section down the right hand side for our latest patient surveys and also the 'Friends and Family Test')


Please click here to see our surgeries' SIGNUP TO SAFETY report.

(Site updated 19/04/2017)
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