Trinity Medical Centre
1 Goldstone Villas, Hove, BN3 3AT
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Dr Nadeem Ahmad: BSc MB BS MRCP MRCGP
- Specialist interests: General Medicine, Joint/Soft Tissue Injections, Minor Ops. Practice Lead for: Senior Partner, Goldstone Primary Care Network & Practice Development
Dr Charlotte Hall: MBBS DRCOG MRCGP
- Charlotte qualified as a doctor at Guys and St Thomas’s Hospitals in 1995 and completed her GP training on their attached scheme in 1999. Charlotte moved to Brighton and Hove in 2000 and worked as a GP locum before becoming a GP Principal at Central Hove Surgery ( now Trinity Medical Centre) in 2002. Charlotte enjoys being a family doctor. Charlotte is a member of the Brighton and Hove Local Medical Committee. Outside work Charlotte loves choral music and walking her dog in the beautiful Sussex countryside.
Dr Joanna Mackinnon: BCs (Hons) MBBS MRCP DRCOG MRCGP PGCertMedEd
- Jo went into medicine as a mature student having completed a degree in Biological sciences at Exeter University. She qualified from St Georges’ Hospital Medical School, London in 1996. Subsequent working years were spent in hospital medicine, rotating through many specialties with fitting in the occasional job as expedition medic in far off lands. Within her hospital career came her interest in Care of the Elderly and Palliative Medicine, the latter for which she worked in different hospices prior to moving into General Practice. She continues with palliative and elderly medicine as her greatest interest. Jo is also our Trainer having completed the Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education and helps train Specialist Trainee doctors as they progress to become GPs. Jo works 3 days a week at the surgery and outside the surgery also works as a Medical Appraiser, appraising GPs within Kent Surrey and Sussex, ensuring safety and quality. Away from work Jo loves travel and all sports trying to fit in tennis and exercise whilst enjoying life with her family.
Dr Michael Rushton: BSc (Joint Hons) MBBS DRCOG MRCGP
- Mike qualified as a Doctor from Guys and St Thomas’s Hospital in 2001 and completed his GP vocational training in Brighton and Lewes after returning from working in Sydney for a year. He became a partner at Central Hove Surgery in 2007. He enjoys all aspects of family medicine and is interested in GP training and Education, supervising trainee Drs at Trinity Medical Centre.
Dr Paul Deffley: BMBS BMedSci (Hons) MRCGP DFFP
- Paul is GP, qualifying in 2006. He works part time as a Partner, with particular interests in musculoskeletal problems, mental health and prescribing. Paul also works for 2 other organisations as well as being a GP. Firstly a not for profit social enterprise supporting General Practice across the UK, helping them adopt new ways of working and becoming more efficient in their practices. He also works for the Royal College of General Practitioners as the GP Workload Clinical Champion.
Dr Jonathan Howard: MBBS BSc MRCGP DRCOG DFFP
- Specialist interests: Doctor training, Minor Surgery
- Jon qualified from Guys and St Thomas medical school in 2001 and then when onto hospital jobs in Sussex and Surrey. After completing his GP training in Brighton Jon worked as a GP in Brighton, the Orkney island and then New Zealand before returning to Brighton. He has additional interests in Minor Surgery and Doctor training and education as a supervisor to the junior doctors who work in the practice. Outside of work he attempts to mend things with the help of YouTube and tries not to frustrate his family too much
Dr Chloe Barter: BM MRCGP RCGP
- Specialist interests: Joint injections to shoulders and knees.
Dr Chloe Jagger: BMBS MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH
- Specialist interests: Women’s health, dermatology
Dr Charlotte Beecham: MBBS MRCGP
Charlotte Beecham graduated in 1999 from Imperial College School of Medicine and joined Trinity Medical Centre in October 2018 after the merger with Hove Park Villas Surgery.She loves all aspects of General Practice but has a special Interest in women’s health and education.She is involved in organising our medical student placements and is the educational supervisor for our final year students.She is also Joint safeguarding lead for the practice.Outside the surgery she enjoys spending time with her family, listening to music and baking!
Dr Barbara Nagy: MBChB DRCOG MRCGP DFFP
- Specialist interests: women’s health, teaching, mental health
Dr Fiona Bellringer: MBBS BSc MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH
- Specialist interests: Contraception
Dr Ian Williams: MB BCh MRCGP DA MA
Dr Jo Ratcliffe: BM MRCGP
Dr Lily Apaydin
Named Accountable GP
The GP Contract in England now requires the named, accountable GP to take responsibility for the co-ordination of all of the appropriate services and ensure they are delivered where required (based on the named GP’s clinical judgement) to each of their patients. This includes working with relevant health and social care professionals to deliver a multi- disciplinary care package that meets the needs of the patient.
The role of the named GP will NOT:
- Take on vicarious responsibility for the work of other doctors or health care professionals
- Take on 24 hour responsibility for the patient or have to change their working hours
- Imply personal availability for the GP’s throughout the working week
- Be the only clinician who provides care to that patient
- There is no condition within the requirement for the patient to see their names GP when they book an appointment with the practice
- Patients are entitled to choose to see any GP or nurse in the practice in line with current arrangement
Please speak to Reception if you would like more information.
Average GP Earnings
All GP Practices are required to declare the means earning (e.g. average pay) for GP’s working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.
The average pay for GP’s working in the Trinity Medical Centre in the last financial year was £77,332 before Tax and National Insurance. This is for 2 full time GP’s and 15 part time GP’s and 0 locum GP’s who worked in the Practice for more than six months.
NHS England require that the net earnings of doctors engaged in the practice is publicised and the required disclosure is shown below. However it should be noted that the prescribed method for calculating earnings is potentially misleading because it takes no account of how much time doctors spend working in the practice and should not be used for any judgement of GP earnings, nor to make any comparisons with other practices.