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Doctors and Staff

THE GENERAL PRACTITIONERS

Dr NAOMI KONU (f)
BSc MBBS MRCGP
Qualified Kings London July 2011
Joined the practice October 2016
Qualified from Kings College London
PGCE
Special interests in diabetes and education

Dr NAOMI KONU

DR CAROLINA MARIN (f)
LMS MRCGP DRCOG
Qualified LMS University of Valencia in 2010.
Joined the practice in July 2017

DR CAROLINA MARIN

DR A DANN (m)
BSc (Hons), MBBS, MRCS, MRCGP, DFRSH, DCH, PGCE
Qualified Kings College London 2005
Joined the practice October 2019
Special interests, surgery, sexual and woman’s health, child’s health , psychiatry, medication prescribing  and education (junior doctor and GP trainer).

 DR A DANN

DR LISA SANSON
MBBS BSC RCGP
Qualified in 2005

 DR LISA SANSON

DR SIAN WATKINS
MBBS
Qualified Kings College London 2015
Joined the practice In August 2020.

 DR SIAN WATKINS

PHYSICIAN’S ASSOCIATE

Physician Associates are medically trained, generalist healthcare professionals, who work alongside our doctors to provide medical care as an integral part of our Clinical team.

The PA's are able to consult and treat on all medical conditions.

Hannah Tweed
BSc MSc
Qualified 2020 at Brighton and Sussex Medical School.

 Hannah Tweed

PRACTICE STAFF

Jackie Sully Practice Manager

Nicci Archer Assistant Manager

Our practice manager will be able to help you with any non-medical or administrative aspects of your health care. If you have any suggestions or complaints, please ask to see her. Our team of receptionists have been specifically trained to help you. Their job is often difficult, but if you tell them clearly what you require they will do their best to help. Our team of dispensers are there to provide medicines for our rural patients. They can usually help with queries about your prescriptions and will arrange for medicines to be collected at the Village Halls.

THE PRACTICE NURSES

Nurse Practitioner:

Nurse Holly Blake (Lead Nurse) 
BA, BSc (hons) Adult Nursing, MSc Advanced Clinical Practice (ongoing) 
Special interests: Respiratory, Dermatology, Patient/Community Engagement

Nurse Holly Blake
Nurse Carla Miller
BSc (hons) Adult Nursing - University of Brighton
Special interests: Diabetes, Cardiovascular disease, Women's health 
Nurse Carla Miller
Nurse Penny Wenham  
BSc (hons) Nursing (health visiting) - University of Brighton
Special interests: Diabetes, Cardiovascular disease, Women's health
Nurse Penny Wenham
Nurse Sophie Littlejohn 
BSc (hons) Adult Nursing - University of Brighton
Special interests: Asthma, COPD, Tissue Viability
Nurse Sophie Littlejohn
Nurse Susan Ford 
Diploma RGN - Hastings School of Nursing 1985
Special interests: Palliative care, Frailty and Elderly care, Tissue Viability 
Nurse Susan Ford
Nurse Linda Magasin  

They are our practice nurses and have their own purpose-built treatment rooms. If you have a minor problem about which you would prefer to consult them, please contact the receptionist for an appointment.

HEALTH CARE ASSISTANT

Paisley Looby
NVQ Level 2 - Health and Social Care
Special interests: pre-diabetes, NHS health
checks, phlebotomy
Paisley Looby

CLINICAL PHARMACIST

Kerry Alegria Ramirez

I have recently joined Harold road Surgery in the position of clinical pharmacist.

I qualified as a pharmacist in 1997 after taking my degree in Brighton University. I also undertook a clinical diploma in de Montfort university, and have been lucky enough to have worked in Community, Hospital and Primary care, allowing me to gain experience in a variety of roles within pharmacy.

My role at Harold road will be a varied one, encompassing, medication reconciliation, discharge letters, training and supporting our prescription team, liaising with community pharmacy to allow for a smooth service to our patients, and working closely with our Dispensary team.

Part of my ongoing training is to enable me to undertake clinics in the future, and undertake training  in Independant presribing.

STAFF ATTACHED TO THE PRACTICE

DISTRICT NURSES

We have a team of nurses who work with us in the community. If you need a district nurse, please contact the receptionist by 11.00am when the nurses collect their visit data.

COMMUNITY PSYCHIATRIC NURSE

We work closely with our nurse who provides morning and afternoon counselling sessions on a weekly basis for conditions such as stress or depression. She only takes referrals from your doctor. However, if you need to contact her, please telephone Westwood House on 714366.

HEALTH VISITOR

She is trained in the care of the elderly, families and young children. If you need to see her, please contact reception or call her directly at the Ore Clinic on 448400.

MIDWIFE

A trained community midwife is available through the doctor for antenatal care.
Pre-conception advice is available through your GP.

MACMILLAN NURSES

These highly trained nurses are experts in the care of the terminally ill. Please ask your doctor or nurse if you feel they may be able to help.

TRAINEE DOCTORS AND MEDICAL STUDENTS

Our practice is a training practice. At times we have trainee doctors and medical students at the surgery. You will be informed if a student is going to be present at your consultation. Please inform reception staff if you have any concerns about this.

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