Dr James Boorer


  • MSc (2002)
  • MBChB - Bristol University (2003)
  • MRCS (2007)
  • MRCGP (Dec 2013)

Dr James Boorer


Dr Boorer is a GP who specialises in general surgery

Dr Boorer qualified from Bristol University in 2003 and then embarked on a general surgical career working in London and the South West during which time he presented at national and international surgical conferences.

Having got a bit fed up with being moved all around the country on a surgical training scheme he decided to settle with his wife in Devon and train to become a GP.

Dr Boorer has continued to use his surgical skills and started working with the Independent Health Group in 2015.

He currently performs vasectomies out of the Kingskerswell Health Centre in Newton Abbot.

Selected career highlights

  • Clinical Director of Sentinel Health Care CIC

Member of

  • Royal college of General Practitioners
Dr James Boorer works at the following clinics
Kingskerswell Health Centre, Devon

Newton Abbot

Our higly-acclaimed no-scalpel vasectomy service is now available at this friendly and conveniently located Centre. more

Dr James Boorer performs the following services


At our clinics we use the No-Scalpel Vasectomy technique. Since starting this new service in September 2008 over 1800 patients have more

What they say

No comments to be made about improving anything as you have it nailed down.

Vasectomy Patient Feedback - March 2016

Excellent work. Fast, painless and the surgeon and nurses are very friendly. Thank you.

Vasectomy - May 2017

Very happy with the procedure. Very relaxed and friendly.

Vasectomy - January 2017

Everything was explained very well prior to procedure. So no unexpected surprises. Very at ease and friendly staff. Thank you!

Vasectomy - November 2016

I was worried sick in anticipation but I needn't have worried at all. Superb staff. James the surgeon and Eve the scrub nurse were fantastic

Vasectomy - November 2016

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