Our Staff

Doctors (General Practitioners known as GPs)

General Practitioners (GPs)

Dr Helen Arcari

MBBS DRCOG MRCGP Registered 2010

GP Partner. Following completion of her specialist GP Registrar training at Charter Medical Centre in 2016, we are delighted to announce that as of 1st April 2020, Helen is our latest partner at the surgery.

Dr John Condon

MBBS (LONDON) 1991 DRCOG Family Planning

GP Partner 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)

GP Partner I enjoy general practice with a special interest in and knowledge of sports injuries and sports medicine. I enjoy lots of sport and spending time with my family.

Dr Jane Jenkinson

MBChB MRCGP DRCOG DFFP Registered 1992 (Leeds)

GP Partner

Dr Daniel Jenkinson

MBChB MRCP MRCGP PGCert Med Ed Registered 1992 (Leeds)

GP Partner 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 playing music and mountain biking. I work as a job share with my wife, Dr Jane Jenkinson and generally work Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Dr Marleen Obeid

MBBS MRCGP BSc Registered 2011

GP Partner We are delighted that Dr Obeid who trained with us a GP Registrar has now been made a partner at the practice since April 2019

Dr Jens Petzold

MRCGP DRCOG DFFP DGM Registered 1994 (Lubeck)

GP Partner

Dr John Rogers

BMed Sci DRCOG MBBS Registered 1994 (London)

GP Partner 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

MB ChB MRCGP Registered 2014

GP Partner We are delighted that Dr Scally will become a Partner at Charter Medical Centre fromApril 2022.

Dr Karina Turner

MBChB MRCGP DRCOG Registered 1992 (Manchester)

GP Partner My special interests in the practice is and palliative care. Outside interests include running and reading.

Dr Katrina Watson

MBChB MRCGP Registered 1992 (Glasgow)

GP Partner I like all aspects of general practice.

Dr James Wilding

MBBS BSc MRCGP Registered 2012

GP Partner Following completion of specialist GP training in 2017 when he joined us as a Salaried GP we are delighted that Dr Wilding is now a GP Partner

Dr Indy Sanghera

Salaried GP We are very sad that Indy will be leaving us at the end of April 2022 and hope very much that he will back in the not too distant future in some capacity.

Dr Katherine Pitt

We are pleased that Dr Katherine Pitt will be joining us as a Salaried GP in June 2022

Trainee GP Registrars

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.

Dr Ali Siddiqi

GP Registrar. August 2021 to August 2022 Ali is in the final year of his specialist GP training.

Dr Rona McGreer

Rona will be joining us in April 2022

Physician's Associate

Physician Associates are medically trained, generalist healthcare professionals, who work alongside doctors and provide medical care as part of the multidisciplinary team. Physician Associates work with medical support and cannot prescribe but are able to make assessments and get help from a GP if prescriptions are needed

Alastair Martindale

Nurse Practitioners & Advanced Nurse Practitioners

Our Nurse Practitioners and Advanced Nurse Practitioners (ANPs) are qualified to do most of the things a GP can do (see exceptions below) and can diagnose, prescribe medication, and refer to other services / hospital. These clinicians should be used as an alternative to a Doctor. These clinicians are NOT part of our Practice Nursing Team and should NOT be booked for routine Practice Nursing Team appointments. Please see the Appointments section of this website for a full list of the types of appointments which should be booked with our Practice Nursing team. ANPs / NPs cannot Issue Sick Notes, treat pregnancy related problems or treat mental / emotion health problems, In these cases please book an appointment with a Doctor.

Kerie Henley

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Kerie is happy to see children, and babies who have had their 6 week check with a GP. She can do medication reviews. She can see patients for low mood anxiety but not complex mental health disorders. She cannot see pregnant women. She cannot issue Sick Notes. Kerie has an interest in community care and advanced care planning particularly for frail and elderly patients. She looks after patients at a local care homes

Jenny Lamper

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Jenny specialises in Women's health 'below the waist and above the knee' and the menopause / HRT. Jenny cannot be booked online or on our Automated Telephone system. Jenny sees only patients aged 18 or over. Jenny must be booked via Reception.

Clare Helps

Nurse Practitioner

Having joined us as a Practice Nurse, Clare has now qualified as a Nurse Practitioner. Clare sees patients aged 18 or over only. She cannot issue Sick notes, see pregnant women, or treat mental / emotional health problems.

Natalie Woodman

Advanced Nurse Practitioner Natalie cannot see patients under 18 years old. She cannot issue Sick Notes, see pregnant women, or treat mental / emotional problems. We are delighted to have been joined by Natalie in April 2021

Jo Justice

Advanced Nurse Practitioner. We are delighted Jo has re-joined us in January 2022. Jo can see Adults, children and babies but only after their 6 week check with a GP. She cannot issue Sick Notes, see pregnant women or treat mental /emotional health problems.

1st Contact - Advanced Practice Physiotherapist

For bone, joint or muscle pain, the physio can Assess you and diagnose what’s happening, Give expert advice on how best to manage your condition, Refer you on to specialist services if necessary

Anbreen Khan

Anbreen is a senior physiotherapist working in a new role in general practice. She can be booked for muscular and joint problems. She does not deliver physical treatments, but can advise on a wide number of options to help with your problem. Anbreen is working at Trinity and Health and Wellbeing Medical Center too, as part of a new shared role.

Paul Gallinagh

Paulis a physiotherapist working in a new role in general practice. He can be booked for muscular and joint problems. He does not deliver physical treatments, but can advise on a wide number of options to help with your problem. Paul is also working at Trinity and Health and Wellbeing Medical Center too, as part of a new shared role.


Joe Hogan

Daniel Warner

We are pleased that Daniel is working with us and other surgeries in the Goldstone Primary Care Network (PCN)

Practice Clinical Pharmacy Team

Our Clinical Pharmacy Team do NOT work for the Charter Pharmacy on site which is run by Ackers. The surgery employs a Clinical Pharmacist, Pharmacy Technicians, and Pharmacy Clerks to help manage our patients's prescription requests, medication reviews and changes efficiently and safely. Our Clinical Pharmacist also sees patients for some Annual Reviews of long term conditions such as Diabetes and Hypertension.

Practice Clinical Pharmacists

Practice Clinical pharmacists are highly qualified experts in medicines and can help people in a range of ways. This includes carrying out structured medication reviews for patients with ongoing health problems and improving patient safety, outcomes and value through a person-centred approach.

Rebecca Brown

Senior Practice Clinical Pharmacist

Rebecca manages the Practice Clinical Pharmacy Team to ensure that your medications are reviewed and are kept up to date, for instance after a stay in hospital. Rebecca also does some telephone and face to face reviews for patients with long term conditions such as diabetes.

Sheetal Patel

Clinical Pharmacist

'We are very pleased to welcome Sheetal, the latest member of our Clinical Pharmacy team. Sheetal is part of a pharmacy team shared with Trinity Medical Centre nearby

Kate Burton

Clinical Pharmacist. We are pleased to welcome Kate who is part of a Clinical Pharmacy team shared with other practices in the Goldstone Primary Care Network (PCN)

Bishoy Gad

Clinical Pharmacist. We are pleased to welcome Bishoy who is part of a Clinical Pharmacy team shared with other practices in the Goldstone Primary Care Network (PCN) We are pleased to welcome Bishoy who is shared by other practices in the Goldstone PCN group.

Aayesha Fazil

Aayesha has joined us as part of the Goldstone PCN - working across 3 surgeries. She will be helping us with Annual Reviews

Practice Pharmacy Technician

Supporting our Clinical Pharmacist.

Catharina De Farias

Medicine Optimisation Senior Pharmacy Technician

Catharina started with us in September 2019. She is a very experienced pharmacy technician having been a fully qualified clinical pharmacist in her home country of Brazil. Catharina has worked in hospital pharmacies ensuring medications are safe and appropriate for all patients.

Deborah Wheatland

Senior Pharmacy Technician,

Deborah has many years experience of working in both hospital and primary care

1st Contact - Mental Health Practitioner

Caspar Murphy

Lorna Russel

Health Coach

Our qualified Health Coach can support you to identify and work towards any healthy lifestyle improvements you would like to make

Jane Roweth

Chelsey Powderhill

We are delighted to welcome Chelsey in February 2022. Chelsey works across practices in the Goldstone PCN group.

Social Prescriber

Social Prescribers are shared by surgeries in the Goldstone Primary Care Network. Via the HERA arts project at Brighton Health & Wellbeing Centre they can refer to high-quality arts activities designed to improve the functional health and wellbeing of participants whether they are suffering from physical or mental illness or a combination of both.

Tess Anderson

Practice Nursing Team

Our Nursing Team is made up of Practice Nurses (qualified and registered nurses) together with Health Care Assistants and a Phlebotomist who does Blood Tests. Our Nursing Team can help with a wide range of health issues and also run clinics for long-term health conditions. For the full list of appointments that should be booked with our Nursing Team (and NOT with a Doctor or Advanced Nurse Practitioner) see the Appointments section of this website.

Registered Practice Nurses

Please see our Appointments Page for a list of the type of appointments which can be seen by a qualified Practice Nurse

Sophie Justice

Alyson Shaw

Lynda Robinson

Rosemary Wolf

Summer Dune

Elizabeth Wood

Nurse Practitioner

Having started as a practice nurse, Elizabeth has now achieved qualification as a Nurse Practitioner with additional qualification of Nurse Prescriber - able to issue prescriptions in her own name. Elizabeth specializes in diabetes and blood pressure management Elizabeth can also be booked for the routine nurse appointments listed on the Appointments Page of this website.

Lauren Hough

Amber Hartley

Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare assistants (HCAs) support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (Blood Tests), blood pressure measurement and New Patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor asks for one. Phlebotomists are trained to take blood.

Diane Jennings

Team Leader

Debbie Miller

Ann Long

Andrée Ward

Phlebotomist (Blood Tests)

Jorden Scales

Jorden has now completed her training to be a Health Care Assistant having been a receptionist with us

Practice Pharmacy Clerk

Supporting our Clinical Pharmacy Team

Debbie Forster

Debbie Wheatley

Aimee Montague

Community Midwives

Your community midwives are: Jenny Hawke, Ruth Loska and Sue Forrest - part of the West team of midwives. They are not based at the surgery but operate from Conway Court. You can refer yourself to a midwife by copying this link https://www.bsuh.nhs.uk/maternity/ or call 01273 664794 to speak to the Brighton Community Midwives Office

Community Nurses (District Nurses)

The Integrated Primary Care Team provide nursing care for patients in their own homes. They are based at Conway Court Clinic in Hove during the day. They can be contacted on 01273 728281

Children's Health Visitors

Telephone: 01273 728281 Children's health visitors are specialist nurses who give advice to families with young children. They are based at Children’s Centres which offer a range of specialist services for families as part of the Sure Start Community Under 5's Teams. Your local children's centre is allocated according to where you live but most of our patients will be allocated to Conway Court Clinic and Children's Centre, Hove.

Attached Staff

Other NHS clinicians and services using room space at Charter Medical Centre include: Lesley Douglas, from Brighton Substance Misuse Service who runs a quarterly clinic. Rupert Brooker, Liaison Nurse from the SMILES community service.

Practice Management

Nina Graham

Practice Business Manager

Nina has many years experience of Practice Management in Brighton, and joined the surgery in March 2015.