All our trainees are supervised by one of our GPs (Dr M Rushton/Dr J Mackinnon) 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.
Dr M Rushton has taught medical students at University level, GP trainees at Trinity Medical Centre at levels ST1, 2 and 3 and he also has a Postgraduate Certificate in Strategic Leadership and Multi-professional Education in Healthcare.
Speciality Trainee Year 3 (ST3)
Dr Allison Farley: BMBS
Allison qualified as a doctor in 2015 having studied at Brighton and Sussex Medical School. She has continued to work locally throughout her post-graduate training, with posts in medicine, elderly medicine, general surgery, urology, community mental health, the community learning disability team, A&E and obstetrics & genecology. Allison will continue to work at Trinity until she completes her GP specialty training in 2024.
Dr Alexander Clunies-Ross: BMBS
Alexander qualified as a doctor in 2019 having studied at University of Exeter Medical School. Since qualifying Alexander has worked at St Thomas’s hospital, London, Worthing, and Brighton County hospital. He has undertaken posts in medicine, elderly medicine, ENT, dermatology, community mental health, A&E and sexual health. Alexander will continue to work at Trinity until he completes his GP specialty training in 2024.
Specialty Trainee Year 2 (ST2)
Specialty Trainee Year 1 (ST1)
Foundation Year 2 (FY2)
First Year Medical Students
We also host 1st year medical students from Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS). They are here in pairs on alternate weeks for one session only, supervised by a GP. Dr Maria Nagy, Dr Anna Brown and Dr Jo Ratcliffe are our 1st year medical student supervisors.