Trinity Medical Centre

1 Goldstone Villas, Hove, BN3 3AT

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Telephone: 01273 736030

Changes to phone queing system

Information about the COVID-19 Booster Vaccination

If you are enquiring about a COVID Vaccination Passport, please do not ring the surgery. Please click here for more information

If you are eligible and you have not yet had your 1st COVID Vaccine you can call 03003038060 to book, please DO NOT call Trinity Medical Centre as the booking is out of our control. Further information can be found at

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Practice Staff


Dr Nadeem Ahmad - BSc MB BS MRCP MRCGP

GP Partner

Dr Charlotte Hall - MBBS DRCOG MRCGP

GP Partner

Dr Joanna Mackinnon - BSc(Hons) MBBS MRCP DRCOG MRCGP

GP Partner

Dr Michael Rushton - BSc (Joint Hons) MBBS DRCOG MRCGP

GP Partner

Dr Paul Deffley - BMBS BMedSci (Hons) MRCGP DFFP

GP Partner


GP Partner

Dr Chloe Barter - BM MRCGP RCGP

GP Partner


GP Partner

Dr Charlotte Beecham -

GP Partner

Dr Ian Williams -

Salaried GP

Dr Barbara Nagy - MBChB DRCOG MRCGP

Salaried GP

Dr Kirsty Rogers -

Salaried GP

Dr Stefano Capozzi

Salaried GP

Dr Jenny Min -

Salaried GP

Dr Johanna Ratcliffe -

Salaried GP

Dr Fiona Bellringer - MBBS BSc MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH

Salaried GP

Nursing Team

Advanced Nurse Practitioners are specialised nurses who have a lot of experience working in primary care (with GPs) and who have undergone higher professional training to become practitioners. In practical terms this means they have had extensive university-led training in a range of subjects including physical examination, managing illnesses and injuries and pharamacology and prescribing.

All our nurse practitioners are nurse prescribers and are very comfortable managing a wide range of acute (i.e. recent onset) problems. They are independent and used to investigating, diagnosing and treating a wide range of common General Practice illnesses and injuries. We use nurse practitioners extensively in our clinics so that our doctors have more time to deal with more complex, chronic (i.e. longstanding) problems.

We use ANPs to increase access & healthcare options to our patients. Our reception team will ask you questions as to what your symptoms are to ensure they put you with the right clinician and often seeing an ANP will be the most appropriate and best option.

Our ANPs are excellent but they are not trained in some areas that GPs specialise in – such as mental health, chronic or complex pain, complications of pregnancy and long term, incurable conditions.

Our ANPs all bring their own previous training, expertise and special areas of interest to their work. They also run some follow-up clinics for problems that don’t resolve after the first visit.

Our practice nurses see patients in surgery by appointment. Many health matters can be dealt with by them. Services they offer include:

  • Practical nursing care such as dressings, injections and ear syringing
  • Ongoing care and monitoring for patients with chronic conditions such as asthma, diabetes and raised blood pressure
  • Screening tests such as cervical smear tests
  • Contraceptive services, including emergency contraception, pill checks
  • Sexual health checks

A healthcare assistant (HCA), works under the guidance of a qualified healthcare professional, usually a nurse. Sometimes staff working in HCA roles are known as nursing assistants, nursing auxiliaries or auxiliary nurses.

Our healthcare assistants see patients in surgery by appointment. Services offered include:

  • Alcohol screening
  • Weight management
  • Smoking cessation advice
  • Patient health checks and blood pressure readings
  • Taking blood samples
  • Additionally our HCAs assist the doctors and nurses in some examinations and procedures including applying dressings and giving flu, pneumonia and vitamin injections.

Sara Merrett

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Fiona Sansom

Practice Nurse

Alex Barker

Practice Nurse

Sue Henderson

Practice Nurse

Bev Bishop

Practice Nurse

Bev Pond

Healthcare Assistant

Louise Thompson

Healthcare Assistant

Tessie Simons

Assistant Practitioner

Admin Team

Amanda Jones is the practice manager . Her role is to co-ordinate the clinical and administrative services of the practice within the guidelines set by the NHS and she has overall responsibility for all of the business aspects of the practice. This includes making sure that the right systems are in place to provide safe and high quality patient care. This  incorporates business and strategic planning, clinical systems, IT, health and safety, personnel administration, facilities and financial management. The practice manager acts in liaison with local health organisations including clinical commissioning groups and NHS England and helps to review, develop or change services and strategies for the practice to enhance the range and delivery of patient care.

District nurses

The district nurses are based at Hove PolyClinic, Nevill Avenue, Hove (Tel: 01273 242006).

They provide assessment, advice and nursing care for housebound patients and are skilled in dealing with problems of incontinence, wound management, terminal care, etc. They can refer you on to many specialist workers.

Health visitors

The Health visitors for children are based at Conway Court (tel: 01273 266000).

We notify the health visitors of all children who join our list so that they can contact parents and introduce their service. The health visitors offer a drop-in clinic at Conway Court every Thursday from 13.30 to 15.00.

N.B: You can contact the district nurses, health visitors and midwives directly without first contacting your GP.