Dr Rachel Wharton
Diploma of Immediate Medical Care, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, 2005
MRCPCH, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, 2001
MBBS, University College London, 1998
BSc Physiology, 1996
Previously Senior Registrar for New South Wales Emergency Newborn and Paediatric Transport Service, Australia
SpR posts at Portsmouth Hospitals, Newham University Hospital, Helicopter Emergency Medicine Service, Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals, Royal London Hospitals, University College London Hospitals and Homerton University Hospital.
Dr Rob Török
MBBS Guys and St Thomas's 1995
Dip IMC RCS Edinburgh 1997
Primary FRCA 1998
MRCS A&E 2000
I joined the team at DCH in 2007 and have enjoyed involvement in the evolution of our service and the Trust from that time. Having fulfilled two terms as Clinical Director for Emergency Medicine I have divided my professional time between the Emergency Department and working with the Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance as part of their Critical Care Team since 2013.
Dr Kevin SamarasinghaQualifications
BM Southampton University 2000
Dr Tamsin Ribbons
MB BS St George's Hospital Medical School, London 2001
BSc in Medicine with Management, Imperial College, London 2000
MRCP, Royal College of Physicians, 2004
DA (SA), College of Medicine, South Africa, 2006
FCEM, College of Emergency Medicine, UK 2011
I have worked in a variety of specialties in a variety of countries, in both the developed and developing world. In particular, two years in South Africa has given me ample experience of major trauma that is fortunately relatively rare in the UK.
I am committed to improving emergency care both in the UK and abroad. Within emergency medicine I have a special interest in trauma and acute medicine.
Dr Spencer Cheung
2004 Diploma in Immediate Medical Care
2001 MRCS A&E
2000 Diploma in Remote Care
1995 MMBS Newcastle Upon Tyne
Worked as Medical Officer for British Antartic Survey and as a cruise ship's doctor. Worked in Australia in Emergency Medicine, Anaesthetics and Intensive Care. Worked as Expedition Medic for adventure company in Salisbury.
Resuscitation, critical care, trauma and research
Pre-hospital care, event and expedition medicine
Dr Steve Meek (Clinical Lead for ED)
MB BS London 1985
MRCP UK 1989
FRCS (Ed) 1994
General Medicine training in Sheffield then Emergency Medicine training in Bristol area.
Consultant in Emergency Medicine since 1997, in RUH Bath, Frenchay and Southmead Hospitals North Bristol, then DCH since 2018.
Service improvement: fixing things that aren't working well
01305 255542 (Sam Warren)