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Dr John A Simmons (m)john.jpg

MBBS MRCGP LFHom PGCE-SLemh

Dr Simmons trained at UCL, graduating in 1996. After initially pursuing a career in Pediatrics he moved to Sussex to become a General Practitioner. Dr Simmons has trained in Homeopathy, Acupuncture and Cardiac Coherence, pursuing a more integrative approach to health care. He has four children, is passionate about environmental issues and sustainable living, loves walking his dog, watching football (he has always supported the best team in London) , traveling and meditating.

Dr Catherine Dodge (f)katy.jpg

 MBBS MRCGP

 Dr Dodge trained at King's College London and Westminster Medical School and qualified in 1986.  She did her GP training on the Cleveland Scheme in Middlesborough, then was a Partner in Durham for 7 years.  Dr Dodge joined Herstmonceux Health Centre in 1998.  She has undertaken additional training in memory assessment and dementia care.  Her other medical interests include dermatology and gynaecology.

Dr Dodge has four daughters and enjoys family activities, gardening and walking.

 

Dr Sarah Andersen (f)

MBBS, BSc, DCH, DGM, MRCGP

 

Dr Andersen trained at UCL, alongside Dr Simmons, qualifying in 1997. She also completed a degreeDr Sarah Andersen

in the history of medicine and travelled abroad before training as a GP in Sussex. Paediatrics, elderly

care medicine and mental health are her areas of special interest. She is also particularly keen on the

holistic aspects of healthcare, and would like to focus on health more than disease, and ability more

than disability. In 2017 she will reach the end of a part time Masters degree in Global Health at Sussex

University. Her current research project is on the potential health benefits of singing, and she has been

known to prescribe singing as we do have a choir at the practice. She lives in Brighton and enjoys

walking with her partner, two children and dog. 'NHS Stories' is an art project that she has run recently

and the photographs from it can be seen on Facebook under the title " NHS Stories".

 

Dr Rachel Harrison (f)

BMBch DTM&H DFSRH MA MRCP MRCGP

 Dr Harrison trained at Cambridge University and then Oxford medical school, graduating in 1999. After working in Acute & General medicine in Brighton for a few years and Oncology at the Royal Marsden, she spent time in New Zealand before training to become a General Practitioner. Dr Harrison has worked as a GP in Brighton since 2010. She has 3 children and enjoys cycling , running, yoga, tennis and netball.  She also loves singing with the 'singing mamas', a natural voice movement for women.

 

Dr Andrew Sikorski (M)

MBBS, MRGCP, JCPTGP, MFHom, DFFP

Dr Sikorski qualified at Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School London 1998.  Dr Sikorsko has continued studying holistic medicine and applying effective healing therapies in his usual NHS practice since attending his first course in Medical Acupuncture in 1992. He is Fellow of the Faculty of Homeopathy, a qualified clinical hypnotherapist and has recently been elected deputy chair of the BMA South East Coastal Regional Council and chair of the British Holistic Medical Association.

 
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