The doctors practise together as a non-limited partnership.
|Dr Stewart Wright|
MB BS DRCOG
Dr Wright trained at St Mary’s Hospital, London and qualified in 1983. He joined the practice in 1988.
He is particularly interested in children's medicine. He is married and has two sons and a daughter. He is a keen cricketer and golfer.
|Dr Rajesh Sanghani|
MB BS MRCGP DFFP Dip Therapeutics
Dr Sanghani trained at King's College, London. He qualified in 1994 and became a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 1998. His main medical interests are in therapeutics and general practice education.
|Dr Mark Lee|
MBChB, MRCGP, MRCS (Glas)
Dr Lee Joined the practice in November 2013 having worked for the last nine years in a busy practice in Leeds. Dr Lee qualified in 1994 from Sheffield University, worked in South Africa and then trained as surgeon in West Yorkshire. He loves the variety found in General Practice but has particular interests in musculoskeletal medicine and drug addiction therapy.
|Dr Agnieska Bojarowska-Mayhew|
MRCGP MFFLM DRCOG DCH DFFP DFMS
Dr Bojarowska-Mayhew qualified in 1998 from Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland. She trained in psychiatry at St George's Hospital in London before embarking on a career in General Practice. Dr B-M has worked in Forensic and Sexual Offences Medicine in London and Sussex and Family Medicine in Eastbourne and Brighton. She joined the practice in September 2014. Her main interests are women's health, sexual health and substance misuse.
|Dr Sindy Williams|
MB BS MRCGP
Dr Williams trained at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, London and qualified in 1990. She joined the practice in 1995 and is employed as a retained GP. She is particularly interested in women's and child health.
|Dr Danielle Lednor|
BSc (Hons) MBBS MRCGP
Dr Lednor trained at Brighton and Sussex Medical School. She qualified in 2012 and became a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2017. Dr Lednor enjoys all aspects of General Practice and enjoys keeping healthy through dog walking, yoga and running.
All the doctors are on the West Sussex Shared Services Consortium list and between them provide general medical services, contraceptive services, child health screening and minor surgical services.
Since February 2003 we have been accredited as a training practice for GP Registrars. These registrars are fully qualified doctors who spend up to a year with us, before they are able to practise as a GP in their own right. During their time here they will need to video some of their consultations but will always obtain the patient's permission prior to the consultation.
In addition to GP Registrars we also train final year medical students from St George's Hospital, London and also students from the recently formed Brighton & Sussex University Medical School. Occasionally a student may sit in on consultations. You will be informed of this prior to the consultation and given the opportunity to refuse permission should you so wish.