• Dr Tommy Chung – MB B.Ch MRCOG MRCGP DCH 1993 Cardiff
    Special Interests: Minor Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Dr Chung is also a GP trainer. Having born and bred in Hong Kong, I attended senior school in England and went on to study medicine in Cardiff. I am interested in all branches of medicine. My additional practice roles include medicines management and provision of minor surgical procedures. I am a GP Trainer in the practice. I am also a college examiner as well as a CQC GP advisor. I enjoy spending my spare time with my family in pursuing various outdoor activities and will never say “no” to ski in the French Alps.
  • Dr Dirk König – State Exam Medicine MD MRCGP DRCOG DOccMed DFFP 1995 Berlin
    Special Interests: Occupational Health and Medical Research. I went to Medical School in Berlin where I qualified as a doctor in 1995. In 1996 I moved to the UK where I completed my postgraduate training as a GP in 2002. The Bosmere Medical Practice is part of the Wessex Clinical Research Network and I am the Research Lead at our practice. In addition I also have a special interest in Occupational Health. I am married with two children and in my spare time I enjoy archery.
  • Dr Ben Bracegirdle – MB BS BSc MRCGP 2000 London
    Special Interests: Joint injections, Orthopaedics, Community Care and Minor Surgery. I first came to the practice as a GP in training back in 2004. Four years prior to that, I trained to be a surgeon before I decided upon a career in General practice. My surgical background has been very useful as a GP as it allows me to offer my patients a variety of minor surgical procedures and joint injection therapies. I worked in several orthopaedic hospital posts so joint problems have naturally become a special interest for me. My other special interests include palliative care for the terminally unwell patients and coordinating strategies to avoid patients being admitted to hospital. I also regularly teach the medical students who come to the practice from Southampton University for tutorials. We are lucky to also have medical students from Brighton, UCL and King’s College Medical schools at Bosmere. They come and work at Bosmere at various stages of their training to learn about General Practice. I try my best to inspire them to become the GP’s of tomorrow.I’m married (my wife is also a GP in a different practice) and we have a young son who has recently started school. It’s a very busy life but one that I still enjoy despite the many challenges various Governments have thrown at us. I endeavour to help maintain a high standard of medical care at Bosmere practice for years to come.
  • Dr R Cassell – BSc BM (Hons) MRCGP 
    Special Interests: Palliative Care. I qualified in 2007 from Southampton and became a Partner here at Bosmere in 2013, having joined the practice in 2009 as part of my GP training. I am married with 2 young boys. In my spare time, I enjoy running and gardening.
  • Dr S Schaeper – MRCGP
    Special Interests: Adult and Child Safeguarding, Women’s Health and Family Planning. I trained in Germany and qualified in 1995 as a Physician. I retrained in the UK in 2006 as a General Practitioner, my special interests in Elderly Care and Women Health. I am the lead partner for Safeguarding Children and Adults. I use to work at Havant Health Centre, Suite D but this practice merged with Bosmere Medical Practice in April 2013. My husband is also a GP in a practice on the South Coast. We have three children and we enjoy spending our weekends swimming in the sea when the weather allows.
  • Dr David H Melville – MB BS MRCGP DRCOG MSc DFFP 1982 London
    Special Interests: Ultrasound scanning, both general and obstetric scans and Ophthalmology. Dr Melville is also a GP trainer. I grew up on the South Coast near Brighton, studied medicine at Kings College Hospital and qualified in 1982. After completing GP training I crossed the Atlantic by yacht and worked in General Practice in the Caribbean for 6 years. I returned to the UK in 1995 when I joined the practice. I perform ultrasound at our local hospital one day per week. I am a GP trainer in the practice and am also involved with the GP Alliance.
  • Dr David G Atchison – MB BCH BAO MFFLM 1988
    Specialist interests – Forensic Medicine and Acupuncture
    I qualified in Medicine at Queens University Belfast. I did my hospital jobs around Northern Ireland and completed my GP trainee year in Portsmouth. I was a GP partner in Portsmouth for 25 years and joined Bosmere as a partner in July 2017. I enjoy all aspects of General Practice, in particular elderly care and paediatrics.
    I am married to Teresa and we have 3 girls, all of whom went to school in the Havant area. I enjoy travelling and working in the garden as well as various forms of DIY.
    We are members of local tennis and sailing clubs and I enjoy trying to play golf!
  • Dr Rebecca Jackson – MRCGP