Partners together


Dr Anna Cressey (f)
MBCHB (Hons) 1993 Bristol University
GP Partner

Qualified from Bristol University Medical School in 1993 and joined Manor Practice in 2003. 

Registered CQC Manager for Adur Health Partnership, Caldicott Guardian and Director of Integrated Governance for AHP and Safeguarding Lead for Manor site. 

Also teaches at Brighton and Sussex Medical School.

Dr Keith Thomas (m)
BM BCH (Oxon) MRCP MRCGP DFFP – 1993 Oxford University
GP Partner

Graduated from Oxford Medical School in 1993 and has worked as a GP for 21 years. He was a partner at a surgery in Buckinghamshire for 10 years before joining the Manor Practice in 2011.

Has a clinical interest in dermatology and general medicine.

Is a GP trainer and supervises trainee GP’s during their 3 year GP training programme.
Also GP Education Lead for the organisation and embraces multi-professional learning and team development.

In his spare time he enjoy coastal walks, the great outdoors and cooking. De-stresses by regularly going to spin classes.

Dr Charlotte Hoey (f)
GP Partner

Qualified in 2000 from the University of Bristol. Joined Manor site partnership in 2012.

Medical director across Adur Health Partnership and lead in mental health. 

Dr Victoria Collins (f)
MA Cantab BM BS MRCGP (2018)
GP Partner

Qualified from Brighton and Sussex Medical School in 2010.

Completed post graduate GP training in the Worthing area. 

Now also teaches medical students at The Brighton and Sussex Medical School.

Previously completed a degree in Archaeology and Anthropology. 

Dr Kim Motley
Salaried GP

Graduated from Cardiff University Medical School in 2006. Worked in hospital in different departments in the UK and Australia before qualifying as a GP in 2019.

Has a clinical interest in Women’s Health.

Involved in supervision of junior doctors rotating through General Practice.

Dr Fumane Kokoali (f)
Salaried GP

Qualified from University of Cape Town Medical School, South Africa in 2001.

She worked at hospitals in London in A&E before completing her GP training in Brighton in 2011. She joined the Manor Practice in 2021. 

She has a clinical interest In musculoskeletal injuries. 

Dr Lucy Jepson (f)
B Med Sci (hons) MB CHB (Edin) DRCOG
Salaried GP

Bio will appear soon

Dr Jane Walker (f)
Salaried GP

Bio will appear soon

Pharmacy Team

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

Nursing Team

Nurse Practitioners

Paula Tanner (f)
Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Gail Yacoubi (f)
Nurse Practitioner


Lisa Ducat (f)
Anna Moody (f)
Susan Hirst (f)
Yasmin Kerr (f)

Healthcare Assistants

Donna Bainbridge (f)
Nicky Wadey (f)


Louise Stevens (f)

Practice Team

Practice Management

Miss Pauline Atkinson
Practice Manager

Mrs Clair Fallows
Practice Manager

Mrs Candice Cody
Finance Manager

Miss Johanna Gall
Clinical Services Manager

Patient Experience Manager

Petra Butler

IT & Systems Manager

Charlie Roberts-Jones

Care Co-Ordinators

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.

Sandy Hubbard
Martha Thorpe
Dee Rainbird

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.

Ciara Gleeson
Reception Lead