Practice Team

Doctors

Dr Eric P Wilkinson (m)
BSc (Hons), MSc, MBBS, MRCSEd, MRCGP, DMI RCSEd, PGCert. (London 1995)

Dr Fiona Robbie (f)
MRCGP, BM. (Southampton 2006)

Dr Ellen Campbell (f)
MBBS MRCP MRCGP. (London 2015)

Dr Rob Colaco (m)
MBChB, MRCGP. (Bristol 2012)

Dr Linda Clubb (f)
MBBS, MRCGP, BSc (London)

Dr Lauren Short (f)
MBBS, MRCGP, BSc. (Brighton 2010)

Dr Justin B Smith (m)
MBBS, MRCP, DRCOG, MRCGP. (London 1988)

Dr Georgina Hughes (f)
MBBS, MRCGP, BSc. (London 2014)

Dr Nichola Hawkins (f)
MBBS, MRCGP, BSc, PGCert, FHEA. (London 2015)

Dr Richard Fieldhouse (m)
MBBS MRCGP DFFP DRCOG. (London 1989)

Paramedics

Ed Gardner (m)
Advanced Paramedic Practitioner

Dave Pike (m)
Paramedic

Jack Gibbons (m)
Paramedic

Julia Cheal (f)
Paramedic

Physician Associates

Olivia Sunderland (f)
BSc, MSc,PA-R

Nursing Team

Sarah Parsons
Lead Nurse Practitioner

Hazel D'Alvarez
Nurse Practitioner and Prescriber

Sara Petronijevich
Specialist Practitioner and Prescriber

Sue Bain
Practice Nurse

Emily Gilbert
Practice Nurse

Kathryn Gray
Healthcare Assistant and Phlebotomist

Clare Chandler
Healthcare Assistant and Phlebotomist

Administration Team

Darren Nickerson
Practice Business Manager

Marquita White
Assistant Practice Manager

Rosie Payne
Operations Manager

Other Admin team members

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We have a team of Patient Services Advisors who take all calls coming into the practice, process prescriptions and Econsults and much more!

Our secretary liaises between the hospitals and the GPs and processes all the referrals

We have a practice pharmacists completely medication reviews and medication queries

Our care co-ordinator works with our care homes and nursing homes, ensuring their residents needs are met. She also works closely with out community nursing team

Attached Staff

Community Nurses

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The community nurses visit housebound patients in their home and provide general nursing care and advice.

Telephone: 01903 254789

Health Visitors

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Health visitors visit families with children aged five years and under, providing support and advice during the early years.

Chichester - 01273 242004

Havant -03000 030145

Training practice

To ensure Southbourne Surgery has the most up to date clinicians we continue to expand our teaching role.

You may have noticed that we have GP and doctor trainees and we do understand that it can get confusing. We hope that this can go some way in explaining recent changes within medical training.

At Southbourne Surgery we currently have working:

  • ST3s (Formerly ‘Registrars’) – fully qualified doctors but not yet GPs, in their final year of GP training (usually with us for a 12 month block – August -July).
  • ST1s and ST2s – fully qualified doctors on their early pathway to being a GP (usually with us for a 4 month block).
  • FY2 (Foundation Drs) – These doctors have been qualified for a year and are here to gain GP experience. They may, however, go on to specialise in any area from brain surgery to cardiology. Our FY2 doctors will often (but not always) speak to their supervising doctor when you see them.  (They are usually with us for a 4 month block.).

All our trainees have been allocated a supervising doctor within the practice who will support as required.

Medical Students – Our medical students are all within their medical training at Southampton University. If you are seen by a medical student you will always be seen by a Senior Doctor as well.

We are very grateful for the support of our patients with our trainees and your involvement and patience is hugely appreciated.

Further information regarding the training practice can be found here.

GP net earnings

All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.

The average pay for GPs working in Southbourne Surgery in the last financial year was £59,622 before tax and National Insurance.

This is for 1 full time GP and 11 part time GPs who worked in the practice for more than six months.

It should be noted that the prescribed method for calculating this is potentially misleading as it does not take into account the amount of time doctors spent working and therefore it should not be used to form judgements about GP earnings.