Princes Park Health Centre
|Dr Jonathan Andrews
||(1990 London) MB BS BSc (Hons) DCH DRCOG DFFP MRCGP
|Dr Andrews' interests are Diabetes, medical education and he is the Practice Clinical Lead for the Primary Care Network.
|Dr Julian Rabuszko
||(1989 London) MB BS DRCOG
|Dr Rabuszko's interests are in Otolaryngology, Ophthalmology and Joint Injections, he also teaches Medical Students from Brighton and Sussex medical school.
|Dr Steve Southward
||(1986 London) MB BS
|Dr Southward's interests are in Diabetes and Soft Tissue Injections, he also teaches newly qualified Foundation Doctors.
|Dr Saada Radhi
||(1993 Baghdad) MB ChB DRCOG MRCGP
|Dr Radhi's interests are in Women’s Health and Joint/ Soft Tissue Injection's
|Dr Evgenia (Jenny) Katsoni
||(Southampton 2010) MB BS MRCGP Adv Dip PCMH PG Dip in Health and Wellbeing Dip BSLM/IBLM (Lifestyle Medicine)
|Dr Katsoni's main interest is in Mental Health and she is also currently a clinical supervisor to junior doctors and GP trainees
|Dr Sajjad Khan
||(1997 Manila) BSc, MD, MRCGP
|Dr Sajjad has previously worked in Orthopaedics and his main medical interest is in Musculoskeletal problems.
|Dr Mark Pope
||(1994 London) BSc MB BS DRCOG DFFP
|Dr Pope's interests are in Family Planning and Respiratory medicine.
The practice manager is Stephanie Williams, who together with a large team of receptionists, secretaries and other admin staff work very hard behind the scenes to ensure the smooth running of the practice.
The receptionists are there to help you. They work hard to try to keep both the doctors and the patients happy: a difficult job! If, therefore, you are kept waiting or asked one or two questions, do understand that they are only doing their job to help the smooth running of the practice.
The managers would be happy to receive any comments or compliments about the practice. Complaints can also be discussed with them.
The practice is an approved general practitioners training practice. This means that we quite often have an extra doctor or two in the practice. These are fully qualified doctors who have already spent time working in a hospital, but need to spend an extra year in general practice as part of their training to become a GP. You may sometimes be offered appointments with them or have them visit you as the emergency doctor on duty. We would ask you to accept and treat them as you would any other doctor in the practice.
The practice has links with Brighton & Sussex Medical School. Medical students from this school visit the practice to learn about medicine in primary care. The students sit in and observe consultations and undertake consultations under supervision. The practice also has student nurse placements.
We are very grateful for your co-operation in this vital aspect of medical education.
Practice Nurses and Healthcare Team
Tracey Marsden, our lead Practice Nurse, is supported by a team of PN's, HCA's and Phlebotomist's.