Dr Simon Howard (m)
MBBS DRCOG MRCGP
Qualified from St Bartholomew’s Medical School in London in 1988 and joined Adur Medical Group in 1997
He is Registered CQC Manager for Harbour View Healthcare.
He is a locality representative on the Area Prescribing Committee at Coastal West Sussex Clinical Commissioning Group.
He also teaches Medical Students from Brighton and Sussex Medical School who will sometimes be present during consultations.
Dr Howard Bentley (m)
MBBS DRCOG DCH MRCGP
Qualified in 1986 from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School in London and joined Church View Surgery in 1993
He is a GP Trainer supervising the GP Registrars working for Harbour View Healthcare
Dr Christopher Huckstep (m)
MBBS DRCOG DCH
Qualified in 1987 from St George’s Hospital Medical School in London and joined Church View Surgery in 2002
He is Prescribing and Medicines Management Lead for Harbour View Healthcare
Dr Aran Vazquez-Salazar (f)
LMS JCPTGP DFFP
Qualified from UPV (Universidad del Pais Vasco) in Spain in 1997 with undergraduate electives at Harvard Medical School, Boston.
She spent four years in UK post graduate training and joined Adur Medical Group in 2003
She runs Family Planning and Child Health Clinics for Harbour View Healthcare
She is a fluent Spanish speaker
Dr Gillian McIlroy (f)
MRCGP DRCOG MA MBBS
Qualified from Cambridge/Royal Free Medical School London in 2003 and joined Adur Medical Group in 2009
She is Child and Adult Safeguarding Lead for Harbour View Healthcare
Dr Victoria Figueira (f)
Qualified in 2003 from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte State, Natal, Brazil.
She started working in Britain in 2008 and joined Church View Surgery in 2014
She is a fluent Portuguese speaker
Dr Dan Hammond (m)
MRCGP MBChB BM
Qualified from Birmingham Medical School in 2010 having previously qualified as a Chiropractor.
Dr Rachel Oates (f)
BSc BMBS MRCGP
Qualified from Brighton and Sussex Medical School in 2010 and completed her post graduate training at Worthing Hospital.
Dr Alec Kent (m)
A biography will appear here soon
Dr Kate Callcutt (f)
A biography will appear here soon
We have a Pharmacy team comprising 2 Clinical Pharmacists and 1 Pharmacy Technician. We support our clinical teams across Shoreham Health Centre, Manor Practice and Northbourne Medical Centre.
Their roles and responsibilities involve structured medication reviews, monitoring of high risk medication, ensuring medication is prescribed safely and resolving day-to-day medication-related issues.
You may speak to any member of the Pharmacy team about medication related matters e.g. when you have started a new medication, or you have been recently discharged from hospital
Our experienced practice nurses are available by appointment for triage, dressings, removal of stitches, injections, ear syringing and ear care, health advice and travel vaccinations. They also run clinics for family planning, asthma and diabetes and can organise a well person check and cervical smears.
As a training practice we sometimes have student nurses from Brighton University working in our treatment room under the auspices of our practice nurses.
Diploma in Professional Practice in Nursing, BSC in Professional Practice in Nursing
Diabetes Specialist Practice Nurse
Rebecca Holmes (f)
Jessica Alford (f)
Mikala Bryant (f)
Natasha Bunce (f)
Trainee Nursing Associates and Healthcare Assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.
Trainee Nursing Associate
Helen McDougall (f)
Joanne Heard (f)
Maddie Bromley (f)
HR & Training Assistant
IT & Systems Manager
Patient Experience Manager
We currently have 3x Care Co-Ordinators working across Adur Health Partnership. They are focusing on building relationships with our care homes, supporting the vaccinations programme and weekly check in’s for the GP’s.
Reception, Secretarial and Administration Team
The receptionists and secretaries are here to help you. Receptionists provide an important link for patients with the practice and are your initial contact point for general enquiries. They can provide basic information on services and results and direct you to the right person depending on your health issue or query. Receptionists make most of the patient appointments with the GPs and nurses. They also perform other important tasks such as issuing repeat prescriptions and dealing with prescription enquiries and dealing with financial claims.
Mrs Isabel Lewis