Dr Joana Monjardino
MBChB BSc MRCP MRCGP
Dr Monjardino (known as ‘Dr Jo’) graduated from Edinburgh Medical School in 1997. She spent 4 years working in hospital medicine and mental health before moving into General Practice. She trained and worked as a GP in inner London for 4 years before moving to Sussex with her husband and two sons. Dr Monjardino joined the partnership in September 2008. Clinical interests include adult medicine, elderly care and she is a trainer for GP Registrars. She speaks fluent Portuguese.
Dr Mark Halloran (m)
MRCGP DRCOG DGM MBBS BA (Oxon) PG Cert Med Ed
Qualified from Oxford/Guy’s, King’s & St Thomas’s Medical School in 2004 and joined Adur Medical Group in 2009
He is Diabetes Lead and Quality & Outcomes Lead for Harbour View Healthcare
Dr Laura Maythan (f)
I qualified from Imperial College, London in 2005 before undertaking GP training in Greater London and Hampshire. I worked as a GP in London before moving to the South Coast in 2018. I joined Northbourne Medical Centre as a salaried doctor in 2020 and became a partner in the Adur Health Partnership in 2022.
My special interests include diabetes, cardiovascular disease and minor surgery. I am also involved in medical education, with a teaching role at Brighton and Sussex Medical School. Outside of work I enjoy singing as part of a choir, playing sport (recently turning my hand to cricket) and walking my dog on the Downs.
Dr Amy Dissanayake (f)
Bsc(Hons) MbChB(Hons) MRCGP 2015
Dr Dissanayake did her medical training at University of Leeds and worked as a junior Doctor in Norfolk before moving down to West Sussex to complete her GP training. She has interests in palliative care and care of patients with learning disabilities across Sussex as part of her role with Sussex Clinical Commissioning Groups. Dr Dissanayake joined the practice in 2015 and lives nearby with her husband and four children.
Dr Natalie Costa-Gomes (f)
BSc (Hons) MBBS DRCOG MRCGP
I trained at St George’s University of London and qualified in 2008. I began my career in Greater London and Surrey, later moving to Sussex for my GP vocational training. My husband and I have 2 young children who we are bringing up bi-lingual as I also speak Portuguese. I enjoy dancing and baking, the two of which go very well together.
Dr Jennifer Almeida (f)
A biography will appear here soon
Dr Hannah Wilkinson (f)
A biography will appear here soon
Dr Robert Swalwell (m)
I grew up in the Worthing area but moved up to Scotland to study biomedical science at the University of St Andrews where I graduated with honours, before completing my medical degree at the University of Manchester. I worked in the northwest at the Royal Bolton Hospital for 2 years after graduation before moving to Brighton to complete my GP training. After this I worked in Mid Sussex for 3 years before moving down to Shoreham. I have a personal interest in sports medicine.
Dr Ambrose Boles
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 practice nurses run general surgeries daily, Monday to Friday for procedures such as dressings and travel vaccinations etc. They also run specialised clinics (i.e. Asthma, Diabetes etc).
Anita Millard (f)
Sarah Green (f)
Lynda Sullivan-Maw (f)
Janet Mees (f)
The practice also has healthcare assistants and clinics are available every day. They assist with taking blood, blood pressure and giving general lifestyle advice. For all appointments please telephone reception 01273 464640.
Patient Experience Manager
IT & Systems 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.