Trinity Medical Centre
1 Goldstone Villas, Hove, BN3 3AT
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All our trainees are supervised by one of our GPs with every session they work. Please do see them, they will be able to help you, and seek further advice and support from their clinical supervisor as may be needed. This is the best way they can learn, and we are committed to helping the development of excellent GPs of the future.
Speciality Trainee Year 3 (ST3)
No ST3 students at present
Speciality Trainee Year 2 (ST2)
Carl Egan: I am currently a GP ST2 trainee and graduated locally at Brighton and Sussex Medical school in 2018. I have gained experience in a number of specialities including: cardiology, stroke medicine, surgery, gastroenterology, endocrinology, psychiatry, pre-hospital emergency medicine, accident and emergency, orthopaedics, paediatrics and ear nose and throat. Prior to studying medicine I was a local paramedic working for SECAMB as a paramedic practitioner, where I was fortunate enough to gain a diploma in healthcare practice from St Georges, London. I have also served the British army, The Blues and Royal’s for six years and in 1995 I was fortunate enough to work alongside the Red Cross and the Red Crescent as a member of the United Nations in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
I started my GP training in August 2020 and am currently on my third GP training post at the Trinity Medical Centre. Once I complete my training I hope to be able to not only practice as a GP, but support my paramedic colleagues within the pre-hospital setting as a BASICS doctor.
When not at work I can be seen out walking my two cocker spaniels, enjoying the South downs and spending time with my family, or enjoying football at the Amex stadium.
Lucy Mortimer: I am currently in my first year of GP training, which I commenced in April 2021. Since graduating from Brighton and Sussex Medical School in 2017 I have worked across a number of medical, surgical and community specialities in the South of England.
Most recently I have worked for two years in A+E at the Royal Sussex Country Hospital where I combined my passion for education alongside emergency medicine. During this time I supervised and taught medical students and gained a Post Graduate Certificate in Medical Education. Outside of work I can usually be found exploring the South Downs – either hiking or cycling!
Speciality Trainee Year 1 (ST1)
Lisa Whittington: I am in my first year of GP training which I started in August 2021. I graduated from Nottingham Medical School in 2015 and have worked in Cambridge, West Suffolk, Devon and East London in a number of specialties including Pharmaceuticals and Medical Education. I moved to the area last summer to be close to the sea and enjoy travelling, cycling/spinning and currently making my way through trying the many amazing restaurants and eateries Brighton has to offer!
Elizabeth Ferguson: I am really looking forward to joining the team at Trinity for the next few months. I am currently a GP ST1 and this will be my second rotation in general practice. I am originally from Jersey and completed my medical training at Newcastle University, graduating in 2017. Since then I have worked in a number of specialties in the North East of England including A&E, cardiology, stroke, general medicine, elderly care and paediatrics. I have also spent some time working as a teaching fellow at the Great North Children’s Hospital and have completed a PGCert in medical education.
I moved to Brighton in August 2021 to start my GP training and am enjoying exploring all that the coast and the South Downs have to offer!
Foundation Year 2 (FY2)
No foundation year 2 students at present.
Current 5th Year medical student
Dr Beecham is our 5th year medical student Supervisor
First Year Medical Students
We also host first year medical student from Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS), they are here in pairs on alternate weeks for one session only. Dr Maria Nagy and Dr Jo Ratcliffe are our 1st year medical student supervisors.