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Dr Nick Dunn


Nick qualified from Glasgow University in 1994 and initially trained as an anaesthetist gaining Fellowship of the Royal College of Anaesthetists in 2001. He moved into General Practice and became a Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2003, later awarded Fellowship for his contributions to the profession in 2014.

Principally based for 17 years in a Scottish GP Practice, he was heavily involved in GP training, working as Deputy Director for GP training in Scotland before coming to Guernsey. He has special interests in acute care, dermatology, joint injections and palliative care.

He has been a regular GP contributor to BBC Radio Scotland and writes a monthly medical column for a magazine.

Nick moved to Guernsey with his wife Gill, also a doctor, and look forward to sharing time with their four adult children when they are not at university or working. He loves playing music, particularly guitar and piano, enjoys writing, and keeps active with golf and running.

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