|Dr Tej Bansil (m)|
Dr Bansil joined the Practice after completing his training locally in April 2014. Dr Bansil specialises in the treatment of patients with diabetes and is the Practice's Child Safeguarding lead GP. He also runs joint injection clinics.
From 1st July 2016, Dr Bansil became the CQC registered manager and is Senior GP Partner of the Practice.
Conflict of interest declaration - Dr Bansil, is also Clinical Director Regis Primary Care Network (PCN) - Rural Neighbourhood.
|Dr Mark Sidney (m)|
Dr Sidney is the Practice's Adult Safeguarding GP. He is also the Practice's lead for the care of elderly patients and those receiving palliative care.
He is also our antibiotic lead GP.
Dr Sidney qualified at St George’s Hospital in London in 2006. Following this, he worked at Worthing Hospital for two years in various specialties before moving to St Richard’s Hospital as an SHO. He started his GP training at the Cathedral Surgery in Chichester and then came to us here at Avisford on two occasions first as an ST1 and an ST2. Dr Sidney has an interest in military history and archery and enjoys walking his labrador (Chewy!).
After being a salaried GP for more than 3 years, he became a partner in the Practice from 1st of April 2016.
|Dr Heather Beaumont (f)|
Dr Beaumont joined the Practice in 2016 and runs clinics at both Yapton Surgery and Middleton Medical Centre. She also runs 6-week postnatal mother and baby checks. Dr Beaumont's interests include Women's Health: menopause, fertility and contraception including coils and implants.
|Dr Victoria Beattie (f)|
Dr Beattie has been a GP in West Sussex for 15 years and she currently divides her time between the practice and West Sussex CCG. Dr Beattie's interests include Women's Health: Contraception, menopause and fertility.
|Dr Samantha Shepperd (f)|
Dr Shepperd joined the practice in 2015. She runs clinics at both
Yapton Surgery and Middleton Medical Centre.
|Dr Katarzyna Lisowski (f)|
|Dr Margaret Mansi (f)|
Dr Mansi graduated in 2009 in Sudan, northern Africa.
She has an MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery) degree.
Dr Mansi loves general practice, but also has a huge interest in paediatrics and Women's Health.
In her spare time, Dr Mansi likes to stay active with swimming and
also likes to travel.
|Dr Brenda Gorrie (f)|
Dr Brenda Gorrie qualified in 1995 at St. Bartholomew's Medical College in London.
Dr Gorrie carried out surgical training at the Membership of Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS).
Dr Gorrie has been studying general practice now for 18 years locally in Chichester, Littlehampton and now here.
In 2003, she qualified as a MRC GP.
She also has the following qualifications: BSC(hons), MBBS, MRCS, MRCGP, DRCOG and DFFP.
Dr Gorrie specialises in many different fields of the NHS; minor surgery, female health, dermatology, joint injections, contraception, coil fitting & removal, implants and mother and baby checks.
|Dr Louise Patterson (f)|
back with us from Monday 8th February 2021
Regular Locum Doctors
|Dr David Peters (m)|
Dr David Peters is an ex-senior partner who now assists the Practice by keeping on top of NHS legislation and assisting with home visits.
|Dr Peter Speer (m)|
Dr Peter Speer is an ex-senior partner who now assists the Practice by helping out as a locum GP when needed.
|Dr Andoni Ansa (m)|
Originally from Spain, Dr Andoni Ansa is one of our regular locum GPs. Dr Ansa has been seeing patients in the Practice for more than 18 years.
|Dr Jamie Wood (m)|
Originally from Australia, currently working over in England Temporarily.