~ Please note ~

New Coronavirus Information Information (updated 25.3.2020) ~

Coronavirus (COVID19) guidance as of 23rd March 2020 following HM Government announcement, in an attempt to delay and reduce the transmission of the illness and subsequent impact on the health and social care system, please follow this advice:
 
People at higher risk from COVID19 (generally people who receive the flu jab) – people with long-term or chronic conditions (cardiac, respiratory, kidney, liver, neurological), diabetes, immune system problems including HIV, on immunosuppressant medication including steroids, transplant patients, people without spleens including people with sickle cell disease, active cancer including those on chemo or radiotherapy, or pregnant women or people aged over 70 years.
 
Please DO NOT ATTEND THE PRACTICE - in order to avoid spreading the virus to other patients and staff. You do not need to call the practice or NHS111 to inform us of your self-isolation. Please only call if you feel you cannot cope with your symptoms, your condition gets worse or lasts longer than 7 days OR you have other problems not related to this condition. 
 
Use the following website to find out what to do if you have concerns about coronavirus https://111.nhs.uk/covid-19/ before calling NHS111 or your GP.
 
If you need a note for your employers use the following link: https://111.nhs.uk/isolation-note/
 
To reduce people attending the practice there is a new telephone appointment triage system in place in order to assess patients and give advice on the telephone or arrange a face to face appointment if required based on clinical need. These telephone appointments can be booked online from 6am or via reception from 8am. 
 
ONLY ATTEND THE PRACTICE IF YOU HAVE BEEN INVITED IN OR HAVE AN APPOINTMENT.
 
NB: Please be aware that this practice will need to prioritise clinically urgent workload over routine depending on the demands on the system.

Important Update : New telephone triage appointment system

Our Doctors and Staff

We have an experienced team of doctors, nurses, patient advisers and admin staff working at the Centre, all committed to our ethos of integration and holisitc health. We all aim to give you the best service we can, a service that we would expect to receive ourselves, and to do what we can to maximise your health and wellbeing.


Our General Practitioners

Carlie Grindey

BSc(Hons), MB.BS, MRCPCH, DTM&H, BCST, MRCGP

Francis Richards

MBBS (Lond), MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH, DipDM

Laura Marshall-Andrews

MB, MRCPCH, DRCOG, MRCGP

Natalie Aronson

MA MBBS MDCH DFSRH MRCGP (2011)

Neil Singh

MBBChir (Cantab), MA (Cantab), MPH, MRCGP

Sally Doust

BMedSci (hons) BMBS DRCOG MRCGP

Sam Hall

MBBS, FRCA, MRCGP

Our Advanced Nurse Practitioners

Jacqui Liddle

Sue Winder

Our Nurse Practitioners

Jane Pavey

Jenny Lamper

Mandy Young

Our Lead Practice Nurse

Laura Collins

Our Practice Nurses

Kelly Brown

Rhoda McClelland

Stephanie Carrabine

Vikki Charles

Our Health Care Assistants

Amelia Knight

Laura Vilimaite

Ruth Barber

Our Phlebotomist

Holly Gandey

Our Lead Pharmacist

Shilpa Patel

BPharm, IP

Our Pharmacists

Poonam Depala

Sanj Jandu

MPharm, IP

Our Prescription Team

Jules Middleton

Rita Simpson

Our Staff

Gary Toyne - Managing Partner

Maureen Wilcock - Assistant Practice Manager

Monique Teer - Reception Team Leader

Susan Sherrin - Administrator Team Leader

Carol-Ann Speed

Administrator

Emma Broadfoot

Receptionist

Hannah Stakim

PA

Isabel Parkinson

Receptionist

Kathryn Myers

Receptionists / Adminstrator

Lizzy West

Social Prescribing Link Worker

Madeline Budd

Receptionist

Nicole Lovelle

Receptionist/Research Coordinator

Ruby O'Shea

Secretary

Tassia Jones

Receptionist

Wendy Lynn

Receptionist

Disclosure

NHS England require that the net earnings of doctors engaged in the practice is publicised by 31 March 2019 at the latest. However, it should be noted that the prescribed method of calculating earnings is potentially misleading because it takes no account of how much time doctors spend working in the practice and should not be used for any judgement about GP earnings, nor to make any comparisons with other practices.

The average pay for GPs working in Brighton Health and Wellbeing Centre in the last financial year was £46,902 before tax and National Insurance. This is for: 1 full time GPs and 7 part time GPs who worked in the practice for more than six months.**

Full time: No Doctors full time
Part time: Dr Francis Richards, Dr Natalie Aronson, Dr Carlie Grindey, Dr Sam Hall, Dr Sally Doust, Dr Laura Marshall Andrews, Dr Neil Singh