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Meet Our Team

Hastings & Rother Healthcare has an extensive team of experts based across three sites. All of our team members are peripatetic which means they travel from site to site in order for us to provide the best care possible for our patients.

Doctors (GP's)

General practitioners (GPs) treat all common medical conditions and refer patients to hospitals and other medical services for urgent and specialist treatment. They focus on the health of the whole person combining physical, psychological and social aspects of care.

Dr C Namvar

Practice Partner

Dr C Namvar

Practice Partner

Dr J Godis

Salaried GP

Dr J Godis

Salaried GP

Dr P Do Carmo

Salaried GP

Dr P Do Carmo

Salaried GP

Dr M Shepherd

Salaried GP - Cardiology // Diabetes // Medicine for the Elderly // Teaching and Mentoring clinicians

Dr M Shepherd

Salaried GP - Cardiology // Diabetes // Medicine for the Elderly // Teaching and Mentoring clinicians

Dr E Zanchin

Long-term Locum GP

Dr E Zanchin

Long-term Locum GP

Dr M Davis

BA MB BChir (Cambridge & St Thomas Hospital) Quality Improvement Consultant // Has been a full time NHS GP for 36 years // Works remotely developing systems that improve patients' clinical care, monitoring and follow-up.

Dr M Davis

BA MB BChir (Cambridge & St Thomas Hospital) Quality Improvement Consultant // Has been a full time NHS GP for 36 years // Works remotely developing systems that improve patients' clinical care, monitoring and follow-up.

Dr A Fux

Salaried GP

Dr A Fux

Salaried GP

Dr D Windsor-Martin

Salaried GP - Special interest in Mental Health

Dr D Windsor-Martin

Salaried GP

Dr N Bulmer

Long-Term Locum GP

Dr N Bulmer

Long-Term Locum GP

Allied Healthcare Professionals

The Allied Health Professions (AHPs) are the third largest workforce in the NHS.  In the main they are degree level professions, and are professionally autonomous practitioners.  13 of the 14 AHPs are regulated by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) with Osteopaths regulated by the General Osteopathic Council (GOC).

AHPs provide system-wide care to assess, treat, diagnose and discharge patients across social care, housing, education, and independent and voluntary sectors.  Through adopting an holistic approach to healthcare, AHPs are able to help manage patients’ care throughout the life course from birth to palliative care.  Their focus is on prevention and improvement of health and wellbeing to maximise the potential for individuals to live full and active lives within their family circles, social networks, education/training and the workplace.

Steven B

Advanced Nurse Practitioner - Clinical Lead // Education //Acute Medicine // prescriber

Steven B

Advanced Nurse Practitioner - Clinical Lead // Education //Acute Medicine // prescriber

Carinna P

(Trainee) Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Carinna P

(Trainee) Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Sue C

Advanced Nurse Practitioner MSc // Children and Young People Specialist // Child and Adult Safeguarding Lead

Sue C

Advanced Nurse Practitioner MSc // Children and Young People Specialist // Child and Adult Safeguarding Lead

Lainey W

(Trainee) Advanced Nurse Practitioner - Minor illness // Minor injuries // Musculoskeletal // Over 16's

Lainey W

(Trainee) Advanced Nurse Practitioner - Minor illness // Minor injuries // Musculoskeletal // Over 16's

Vanessa B

Extended Scope Nurse

Vanessa B

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Melanie K

Extended Scope Nurse Practitioner - Frailty // Over 65 // Palliative, end of life care // post graduate diploma in Mental Health Nursing and a BA honours in Applied Social sciences

Melanie K

Extended Scope Nurse Practitioner - Frailty // Over 65 // Palliative, end of life care // post graduate diploma in Mental Health Nursing and a BA honours in Applied Social sciences

Maria P

Advanced Pharmacist Practitioner - Masters in Pharmacy // Diploma in Clinical Psychiatry // Prescriber

Maria P

Advanced Pharmacist Practitioner - Masters in Pharmacy // Diploma in Clinical Psychiatry

Paramedic Practitioners

The paramedic practitioner is trained to independently provide care that does not require the intervention of a doctor. The paramedic has access to the full GP record. They report directly back to the GP with the outcome of the visit and any updates on any treatment and medication that was given.

Lee O

Paramedic Practitioner - Acute illnesses // Musculoskeletal conditions // Lecturer of paramedic science, Diploma in pre hospital urgent care

Lee O

Paramedic Practitioner - Acute illnesses // Musculoskeletal conditions // Lecturer of paramedic science, Diploma in pre hospital urgent care

Mark P

Paramedic Practitioner - Musculoskeletal issues // joint injections // Mental Health // Studied paramedic practitioner course at St Georges university, Diploma in healthcare practice (first contact, access and urgent care). Royal college of GP’s joint injection course. Plus various other courses.

Mark P

Paramedic Practitioner - Musculoskeletal issues // joint injections // Mental Health // Studied paramedic practitioner course at St Georges university, Diploma in healthcare practice (first contact, access and urgent care). Royal college of GP’s joint injection course. Plus various other courses.

Clinical Pharmacists

Clinical pharmacists are health professionals who train for many years to become specialists in medicines. They can work directly with you as part of the GP team to make sure your medicines help you to get better and stay well.

Richard P

Clinical Pharmacist - specialising in Respiratory conditions // Independent Prescriber // MSc in Clinical Pharmacy

Richard P

Clinical Pharmacist - specialising in Respiratory conditions // Independent Prescriber // MSc in Clinical Pharmacy

Montserrat LG

Clinical Pharmacist

Montserrat LG

Clinical Pharmacist

Mental Health Nurse

Mental health nurses are responsible for planning and providing support, medical and nursing care to people who have a range of mental health issues. Mental health nurses support people with issues ranging from anxiety and depression to personality and eating disorders.

Steven D

Mental Health Nurse

Steven D

Mental Health Nurse

Practice Nurses

General Practice Nurses work in a GP surgery as part of a primary healthcare team, which typically includes doctors, nurses, pharmacists, physiotherapists and dietitians. A practice nurse will be involved in almost every aspect of patient care and treatment, undertaking such tasks as:

  • Treating small injuries
  • Helping with minor operations done under local anaesthetic
  • Helping people manage long term conditions
  • Health screening
  • Family planning
  • Running vaccination programmes (e.g. against flu)
  • Running programmes to help people to stop smoking.

Alison D

Practice Nurse

Alison D

Practice Nurse

Katy C

Practice Nurse

Katy C

Practice Nurse

Paula V

Practice Nurse

Paula V

Practice Nurse

Ami J

Practice Nurse

Ami J

Practice Nurse

Sally T

Practice Nurse

Sally T

Practice Nurse

Linda A

Practice Nurse - Registered general nurse specialising in: Womens Health // Cervical cytology // Wound care // ulcer management // Asthma and COPD // Travel Health

Linda A

Practice Nurse - Registered general nurse specialising in: Womens Health // Cervical cytology // Wound care // ulcer management // Asthma and COPD // Travel Health

Tracy K

Practice Nurse

Tracy K

Practice Nurse

Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare Assistants support the practice nursing team in the delivery of nursing services, working as part of the practice multidisciplinary team, delivering care within their scope of practice to the patient population.

The healthcare assistant will deliver and assist clinical staff in the provision of treatment, preventative care, health promotion and patient education.

Layla F

Health Care Assistant

Layla F

Health Care Assistant

Jayne C

Healthcare Assistant with a focus on general health & wound care

Jayne C

Healthcare Assistant with a focus on general health & wound care

Chloe W

Health Care Assistant

Chloe W

Health Care Assistant

Ruby R

Healthcare Assistant

Ruby R

Healthcare assistant

Fiona C

Healthcare Assistant

Fiona C

Healthcare Assistant

Anne W

Healthcare Assistant

Anne W

Healthcare Assistant

Care co-ordinators

Care coordinators provide extra time, capacity, and expertise to support patients in preparing for clinical conversations or in following up discussions with primary care professionals. They work closely with the GPs and other primary care colleagues within the primary care network (PCN) to identify and manage a caseload of identified patients, making sure that appropriate support is made available to them and their carers (if appropriate), and ensuring that their changing needs are addressed. They focus on the delivery of personalised care to reflect local PCN priorities, health inequalities or at risk groups of patients. They can also support PCNs in the delivery of Enhanced Health in Care Homes.

Central Team

Our central department has been designed to carry out various functions relating to our network of surgeries. This covers operations, HR, Finance, Compliance, patient liaison and planning of new projects & services.

S Boxwell

Practice Partner/Business Manager

S Boxwell

Practice Partner/Business Manager

Nina C

Site Manager (Warrior Square)

Nina C

Site Manager (Warrior Square)

Caivan N

Patient Services & Estates Manager

Caivan N

Patient Services & Estates Manager

K Adams

Practice Partner/Operations Manager

K Adams

Practice Partner/Operations Manager

Emily P

HR Practitioner

Emily P

HR Practitioner

Georgia S

Reception Manager

Georgia S

Reception Manager

Shane D

Site Manager (Hastings Old Town/Churchwood)

Shane D

Site Manager (Hastings Old Town/Churchwood)

Elizabeth D

Patient Liaison Officer

Elizabeth D

Patient Liaison Officer

Monika A

HR & Central Team Assistant

Monika A

HR & Central Team Assistant

Ria PP

Finance Assistant

Ria PP

Finance Assistant

Quality Improvement Team

The Q.I.T team helps the practice compare the delivery and quality of care currently provided against the achievements of previous years. Ultimately, the aim is to improve standards of care by assessing and benchmarking the quality of care patients receive. The chronic diseases managed by the team include:

CHD, Heart Failure, Stroke + TIA, Hypertension, Diabetes, COPD, Epilepsy, Hypothyroidism, Cancer, Palliative Care, Mental Health, Asthma, Dementia, Depression, Chronic Kidney, Disease, Atrial Fibrillation, Learning Disabilities, Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), Osteoporosis, Rheumatoid Arthritis.

Clinical Administration Team

Our dedicated team of administrators cover a vast array of duties ranging from registrations, medical summaries, insurance reports, document management and medical referrals.

Reception Team

Receptionists are often the first person our patients communicate with. As part of our Triage process, our reception team will ask the nature of your query in order to navigate you to the best possible member of staff. You can contact our team via telephone, Engage Consult or email.

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) ADVICE

Do not leave home if you or someone you live with has either a high temperature or a new, continuous cough or loss/change to sense of smell or taste.

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