Dr Hazel Robinson


MB ChB MRCGP DRCOG (Bristol 1994)

Dr Rachael Stow

Dr Rachael Stow                          


Dr Mark Egan
Dr Paul Nicholls


BM Bristol (2012)

Dr Chris Brown
Dr Gemma Fornai


Dr Fornai joined the practice in March 2019 and works Tuesday mornings and Thursdays. Originally from Weymouth, she trained at Southampton University and then at Dorset County Hospital before moving to Hampshire. She has recently returned to the area and is pleased to be back by the sea!

Dr Caroline Haddy


Dr Caroline Haddy

MB Chb MRCGP DRCOG (Bristol 1985)

Dr Haddy joined the practice in 2020. She has been a fulltime Partner in Bristol for 30 years and also works in a Children's Hospice and for the Out of Hours Service. She also works as a GP in North Somerset. She has been a GP Trainer and Medical Student Teacher for many years and used to work in sexual health. She likes sailing, walking (especially up mountains), kayaking and windsurfing. She is often at the gym despite worn out knees.

Dr Adeniyi Akodu


MD, LGAA, Dip Sport Med (International Olympic Committee)

Dr.Akodu joined the practice in April 2021, Qualified at Riga Stradina University in Latvia in 2006.

He has worked as a GP in Dorset since 2013, he also works as a GP in both Dorset and Somerset Urgent Care Service. He lives with his family locally in Weymouth.

Special interest includes Sport medicine, Joint injections, Surgery and substance misuse.

Registrar GPs

We are a training practice for doctors who wish to work in General Practice. These are fully qualified doctors working under our supervision; please accept them as a valued addition to the team. Part of this training will necessitate that on occasions there will be video recording of patient consultations. This will not take place without a patient’s consent and any intimate physical examination will not be recorded. The camera will be switched off on request.

Locum GPs

When necessary we do use locum cover for doctors who are on leave, for professional reasons or when attending meetings/seminars.

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