In view of these difficult times, The Poundbury Clinic is continuing to operate remotely and Mr Dooley is able to undertake consultations via Telephone or Zoom.
From this we can arrange – if possible – appropriate tests some of which can be done from home ie finger prick blood tests.
We can also arrange prescriptions – these may be able to be delivered to you.
We will follow all consultations up with a letter.
Follow ups will be charged up to a maximum of £190 and new consultations will be charged up to a maximum of £300.
Mr Dooley can be contacted on 07831 344662 or by email at email@example.com
This office will not be staffed until we are advised it is safe to return therefore any messages left on the answerphone may not be picked up for some time. Please use one of the alternative methods to contact us.
Please look after yourself and we look forward to helping you in any way we can.
Pregnancy and COVID-19
Watch the talk by Mr. Michael Dooley
Mr Michael Dooley
Michael is an NHS Consultant Gynaecologist and a Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. He qualified from the University of London and then gained clinical and research experience working in London, Oxford and Southern Ireland.
He was an NHS Consultant at Dorset County Hospital, Dorchester and honorary consultation at a Assisted Conception Unit in London.
Michael provides an integrated patient-centred approach to women’s healthcare offering the most appropriate evidence-based choice of conventional and complementary treatments to address the patients’ wishes, beliefs and needs.
Michael has been married to Barbara for over 25 years and has 3 children; 2 boys and a girl.
Infertility, Menopause, Period problems and irregular bleeding, Premenstrual Syndrome, Pelvic pain and endometriosis, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Gynaecological problems associated with sports women, Integrated women’s healthcare.
DORSET Patient Evening - Friday 2nd June 2017 Fertility 7 – 8 pm Menopause 5.30 – 6.30 pm Healthcare Professionals – Thursday 8th June 2017 Update on the menopause Further details to follow
Healthcare Professionals Study Day on Women's Health Friday 15 April 2016 Dorchester Study Day for Healthcare Professionals