Brighton Station Health Centre
Brighton Station Health Centre

Management and Administration

Gemma Bond

Clinical Director

Morgan Owen

Service Manager

David Griffiths

Deputy Service Manager

GPs

Tawfik Abdel-Aal

General Practitioner

Tawfik Abdel-Aal

General Practitioner

Gender: Male

Languages spoken: Arabic

Nandakka Dickwella

General Practitioner

Nursing Team

Trudi Hills

Practice Nurse

Tamuka Gonah

Sexual Health Nurse Practitioner

Isata Gando

Sexual Health Nurse Practitioner

Jodie Scrivener

Sexual Health Nurse Practitioner

Charlotte Walsh

Nurse Practitioner

Katie Bedingheld

Nurse Practitioner

Jackie Archibald

Nurse Practitioner

Carolyn Hart

Practice Nurse

Reception Staff

Hannah Cluny

Admin Manager

Carolyn Powell

Administrator

Reshma Ghelani

Administrators

Anne Ballantine

Receptionist

Jenna El-Komboz

Receptionist

Canel Kucuk

Receptionist

Pandora Hall

Receptionist

Hannah Crane

Administrator

James Fox

Receptionist

Hope Rudd

Receptionist

Jetta McLaggen

Receptionist

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