The Practice Team
The practice team comprises GPs, nurses, healthcare assistants, management and administrative staff. It is supported by other local clinical staff, including community nurses, healthcare assistants and therapists, health visitors, midwives and school nurses and works with the Wilson Practice Patient Participation Group committee, which is a volunteer body.
LEARNERS & TRAINEES
Dr Sean Galvin is a GP registrar under the mentorship of Dr Rickard; he will be with the practice until February 2019. Dr Richard Cross is a GP registrar under the mentorship of Dr Fellows.
Dr Pashan Kangesu and Dr Thomas Wardill joined the practice in December 2018 as Foundation Year doctors. They are working through a number of specialities as part of their development as doctors within the NHS. They are being mentored by the GP team and will be with us until the end of March 2019.
|Dr Andrew Fellows|
MB BS MRCP MRCGP DRCOG Family Planning Diploma.
Dr Fellows joined the practice in 1998.
He is a qualified GP trainer, taking responsibility for the continuing professional development of a newly qualified doctor each year.
His interests include adult and elderly medicine, surgery and joint injections. Outside of the surgery he enjoys all sport and spending time with his family.
|Dr Jane Peckham|
BA MB BS DCH DRCOG MRCGP Family Planning Diploma. Qualified 1988.
Dr Peckham is the Wilson Practice lead on child protection matters, chronic kidney disease, thyroid problems and epilepsy. She takes a particular interest in vascular disease, leg ulcers, women's health and contraception.
Outside the surgery her main interests are competitive sailing and skiing.
|Dr Alison Rickard|
BA MB BChir DRCOG MRCGP Diploma Occupational Medicine, Family Planning Diploma Qualified in 1989.
Dr Rickard's special interest is care of elderly patients. She also offers Occupational Health services to local businesses. She is the practice's clinical lead on osteoporosis, cancer and palliative care and she is also a qualified GP trainer, taking responsibility for the continuing professional development of a newly qualified doctor each year.
Outside the surgery Dr Rickard's interests include long distance running. She completed the London Marathon in 2010 and the Brighton Marathon in 2013.
|Dr Sally Louden|
BM BS BMedSci DGM DRCOG MRCGP Family Planning Diploma. Qualified 1987.
Dr Louden is the practice's clinical lead for gynaecological matters, contraception, HRT, sexual health and dementia. Her interests include the care of women and children. Dr Louden also organises the practice's clinical educational programme. Outside of work her interests include tennis, running, skiing and triathlon.
|Dr Oliver Kemp|
MBBS BSc DCH DFSRH DPD DiMM MRCGP Qualified 2005
Dr Kemp joined the practice in 2010, having completed his Registrar year here with Dr Fellows. His interests include dermatology, and expedition and altitude medicine. He is the practice lead on dermatology and respiratory disease. He is also the GP with particular responsibility for the development and efficient operation of the treatment room. He enjoys teaching medical students.
Outside the surgery his main interests are climbing and skiing and spending time with his young family.
|Dr Avril Rush|
BM BS DRCOG DFSRH MRCGP Qualified 2006
Dr Rush joined the practice in 2011 from Nottinghamshire. Her interests include care of women and children and family planning.
Outside of work she enjoys singing, skiing and tennis.
|Dr Lucie Maloney (f)|
MBBS BSc MRCGP DRCOG
joined the practice as a permanent doctor in April 2017. She works on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
|Dr Bethan Davis (f)|
Dr Davis MB ChB BSc (Hons) DRCOG DFSRH joined the practice in June 2018.
|Dr Sarah Wagstaffe (f)|
Dr Wagstaffe BMBS (Dist) DRCOG MRCGP joined the practice in June 2018
|Dr Lisa Price (f)|
Dr Price MBChB BSc MRCGP DRCOG joined the practice in June 2018 under the NHS programme to encourage GPs to remain in practice, often following a career break. Dr Price works on Wednesdays and Fridays.
|Dr Nicki Purnell (f)|
Dr Purnell BM joined the practice in October. She is part of the NHS scheme supporting GPs who wish to return to 'active duty' after a career break and as such is supported in her refresher training by Dr Fellows.
|Dr Daisy Salt (m)|
Dr Salt is a GP Registrar. She is being mentored by Dr Rickard and will be with the practice until early August 2019.
|Dr Pashan Kangesu (m)|
Dr Kangesu is a trainee doctor (Foundation Year 2), who is spending four months in general practice as part of his 'rotation' of development roles. He will be with the practice until the end of March 2019. He is supported by the permanent GPs in the practice.
|Dr Thomas Wardwill (m)|
Dr Wardill is a trainee doctor (Foundation Year 2), who is spending four months in general practice as part of his 'rotation' of development roles. He will be with the practice until the end of March 2019. He is supported by the permanent GPs in the practice.