Our GP Partners and Salaried GPs
|Dr Helen Arcari (f)|
Following completion of her specialist GP Registrar training at Charter Medical Centre in 2016, we are delighted that Dr Arcari has agreed to stay on as a Salaried GP.
|Dr John Condon|
MBBS (LONDON) 1991 DRCOG Family Planning
I love most aspects of general practice. I try and take a holistic approach to patients' needs and problems.
|Dr Paul Forsdick|
MBBS MRCGP DRCOG Dip Sp Med Registered 1990 (London)
I enjoy general practice with a special interest in and knowledge of sports injuries and sports medicine. I look after the Sussex County Cricket Club as their sports officer. I enjoy lots of sport and spending time with my family.
|Dr Jane Jenkinson (f)|
MBChB MRCGP DRCOG DFFP Registered 1992 (Leeds)
|Dr Daniel Jenkinson|
MBChB MRCP MRCGP Registered 1992 (Leeds)
My special interests in the practice are diabetes, general medicine and medical education. I am one of the trainers at the practice responsible for teaching future GPs. Outside interest include writing and recording music, mountain biking and badminton. I work as a job share with my wife, Dr Jane Jenkinson and generally work Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
|Dr Marleen Obeid (f)|
We are delighted that Dr Obeid who trained with us a GP Registrar will be returning to Charter as a Salaried GP in August 2017
|Dr Jens Petzold|
MRCGP DRCOG DFFP DGM Registered 1994 (Lubeck)
|Dr John Rogers|
BMed Sci DRCOG MBBS Registered 1994 (London)
I am interested in all my patients from prenatal to 100+. I am involved with teaching future doctors at Brighton Medical School.
|Dr Mark Scally (m)|
Following completion of his specialist GP training in August 2018, we are delighted that Dr Scally has agreed to join us as a Salaried GP
|Dr Karina Turner (f)|
MBChB MRCGP DRCOG Registered 1992 (Manchester)
My special interests in the practice are women's health and palliative care. Outside interest include running, reading and looking after my young family.
|Dr Katrina Watson (f)|
MBChB MRCGP Registered 1992 (Glasgow)
I like all aspects of general practice.
|Dr James Wilding (m)|
Following completion of his specialist GP training in August 2017, we are delighted that Dr Wilding has agreed to join us as a Salaried GP
We are a training practice for GP Registrars. A GP Registrar is an experienced doctor who has decided to specialise in general practice to become a GP. The Registrar is fully supervised by one of our qualified doctors. You will be told when you book your appointment if you are seeing the Registrar. You may choose to see a GP instead. The practice is inspected for training which involves examination of medical records. Only approved doctors will do this and they will respect the confidentiality of all information.
The Registrar is usually based in the practice initially for a few months and then they return for a longer period at a later date.
Our current GP Registrars are:
Dr Natalie James (f) from December 2018
Dr Susie Morgan (f) from December 2018
We will be joined by Dr Clemency Booth (f) from April 2019