YES our phone lines are busy..... We have increased capacity from 5 to 15 phone lines but you will still find our lines are engaged at times. Please use e-consult to send us a message, request an appointment or chase results. You can even use it to request a callback to book a flu jab.

Practice Manager    Rosie Bentley 


Practice Nurses:    

 Juliet Turner – RGN, ENB901, Diabetes Dip, A51   

  Jackie Lowe – SRN, ENB N18 Leg Ulcer   Management, Family Planning Diploma, Asthma

  Fiona Hizzey – SRN, ENB N18 Leg ulcer Management

  Amanda Norton

 Juliet, Jackie, Fiona and Amanda are responsible for contraceptive advice, asthma clinics, blood pressure clinics, diabetic and heart disease clinics, and a travel vaccine clinic.  A list of services is provided further in the Practice Leaflet 

HCA    Lisa Cunningham

 Our Health Care Assistant undertakes a number of procedures including blood tests, ECGs and blood pressure readings.

 Administrator           Bernadette James                                 

 Secretaries                Sharon Nunweek

                                     Sarah Jones

Care Coordinator       Helen Ring

And a team of Receptionists      

 Our receptionists take telephone calls and are the link between you and your G.P. We choose our receptionists carefully and value them highly. You will find them friendly and helpful.   

 The receptionist may need to ask you one or two questions to judge the urgency of your request.  Any information you give the staff is treated with the utmost confidentiality.  They are bound by the same codes of conduct as the doctors



Dr Simon Gankerseer


Dr Sue Edwards


Dr Alex Dombrowe

BMBCh, MRCGP, MA(Oxon), DTM&H, DRCOG(2001), PGCert

Dr Tessa Paremain


Dr Katharine Brown
Dr Robert Kidway
Dr Phoebe Dane
Dr Maya McNairn (f)

Salaried GP providing contraceptive services including intrauterine devices and implants.

GP Registrars & Medical Students

The Practice is an approved training practice.  From time to time we will have GP Registrars attached to the practice.  (GP Registrars are fully registered doctors, training to be a GP).  They will offer appointments in the same way as your own doctor. From time to time the Practice will have Medical Students from Brighton & Sussex Medical School.

On occasion the Registrars are required to video their consultations to enable them to reflect, with their mentor, on their performance and to produce evidence for their examination. The patients themselves are not videoed.  You will be asked if you would agree to this and if so, to sign a form of consent.  If you would prefer not to participate, you are entitled to make this clear to the doctor.

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