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Doctors

Dr Neil Black

Qualified MB ChB BMed Sci MRCGP DRCOG in 1986 from Manchester and St Andrews and has been a GP in Dunbar since 1991. He is the honorary doctor for the lifeboat.

He does the minor surgery for the practice and also a variety of joint injections
Dr Catriona Campbell

Qualified MB ChB BSc DRCOG MRCGP DFSRH from Edinburgh in 1998. Dr Campbell has been a partner in the practice since 2011.  She has an interest in women's health and inserts both contraceptive implants and IUDs (coils).  She is also keen to improve physical and mental wellbeing in the elderly.

Dr Campbell, along with Dr George, is now involved with the training of doctors in general practice, so the practice will often have a GP trainee working with us for 6-12 month attachments. 

Dr Catharine George

Dr George graduated from Manchester in 1989 then trained to be a GP in Cumbria.  She then worked as a GP  in the Borders before being a partner at the Long House Surgery, Edinburgh for over 22 years. She joined us in June 2018. Involved in the training of doctors in general practice she runs courses on a regular basis.

Dr David Hogg

BSc(MedSci) MBChB (Glasgow 2005) DCH FRCGP


Dr Hogg is originally from Edinburgh, then studied medicine in Glasgow and undertook GP training in Ayrshire. In 2010 he became a rural GP on the Isle of Arran, subsequently becoming a GP Partner with Arran Medical Group for 6 years. This included core general practice, as well as A&E, community hospital medicine, and pre-hospital emergency care.  He was a Lifeboat Medical Adviser for the RNLI crew in Lamlash, and was in the Arran Mountain Rescue Team for 8 years. 


In 2019 he moved to East Lothian with his wife, and joined Lauderdale in January 2020.  He has particular interests in respiratory medicine, mental health and young people's health. He also enjoys teaching students and trainees, and provides out-of-hours care with Lothian Unscheduled Care Service.   He became Lifeboat Medical Adviser to the Eyemouth RNLI crew in 2021.


 
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