Who we are
Dr Vincent DunneMBChB, DipDerm,BSc
Dr Dunne qualified in medicine from Bristol Medical School.
For over a decade he has worked as a GP in Kent and East Sussex during which time he was Chair of The Weald practice Based Commissioning Group and hence was involved with the organisation of the local health services. As well as his enthusiasm for general practice, Dr Dunne has a special interest in dermatology, minor injuries, child health and sports medicine.
Dr Dunne’s interest in sports medicine and trauma has included a role at Brands Hatch where he was the attending doctor in charge of on track injuries. He has also worked in the accident and emergency department at The Tunbridge Wells Hospital and is currently Team doctor to one of the England and Team GB Disability Football teams.
Dr Dunne has two daughters and lives in Tunbridge Wells.
Dr Kurun CoonjobeeharryMBBS, DCH, MRCGP
Dr Kurun Coonjobeeharry (Dr Harry) qualified at The London Hospital Medical College in 1986 and completed his General practice Vocational Training Scheme in 1991. He has worked full time in Kent ever since as a GP (including 10 years in Accident and Emergency), gaining a wealth of knowledge and experience across all fields of general practice, with a special interest in the care of children and the elderly.
Dr Harry has been involved in the training and education of GP colleagues and is currently a GP Appraiser. He has also worked as a GP Commissioner in Kent where he was involved in the organisation of the local health services. Through this work, and as an experienced GP, he has built up excellent relationships with other colleagues within general practice and in the hospital sector.
Outside of work, Dr Harry enjoys a busy family life, as a father of 4 boys, with an enthusiasm for sport.
Dr Dunne and Dr Harry provide the following personal GP services:
- General GP consultations
- Home visits
- Medicals (e.g HGV, Sport, Insurance)
- Blood tests
- Ear Syringing
- Lung function tests (spirometry)
- Joint injections
- Meningitis B/ Shingles Vaccinations
At GP Consulting we are able to provide the traditional personal service for all of the family. The length of the consultation is tailored to address your medical concerns in relaxed surroundings.
Yes, GP consulting is designed to compliment the NHS GP system.
Your consultation will be totally confidential. We will pass on important medical information to your own GP only if you give us permission to.
Unfortunately not. GP consulting will issue a private prescription if medication is indicated. These do not qualify for the NHS fixed charge (or free) prescription.
If you are entitled to NHS facilities you can be referred whether you see your GP privately or under the NHS.