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GP Department Contacts

Health Education England working across Kent, Surrey & Sussex (HEE KSS) General Practice Department plays a significant role in enhancing the quality of healthcare. We aim to do this by continually improving the management and provision of supportive, quality-assured medical professionals, and through the education and development of doctors and dentists and, where appropriate, the wider workforce.

GP Workforce Development Team

The team aims to support GP’s to improve the care they provide to patients through their own personal development i.e. Appraiser Development (Leadership Days) & Learning Sets, GP Tutors, Mentoring & Career Support Scheme, (Primary Care Workforce Resilience Service), Sessional GP’s and Simulations (including CSA Examiner and Simulator Bookings). Also includes the Induction & Refresher and Retention Schemes.

Please note that we are spread across two sites:

HEE KSS GP School, 3rd Floor, Stewart House, 32 Russell Square, London, WC1B 5DN. (L)

Crawley Hospital, 3rd Floor, Red Wing, West Green Drive, Crawley, RH11 7DH (C)

Below, those with an (L) are based at the London site and those with a (C) are based at the Crawley site.

Contact Details for GP School


GP training queries (including ARCP and programme issues)

gpsouth.lase@hee.nhs.uk

GP recruitment issues

 medicalrecruitment.lase@hee.nhs.uk 

GP educator accreditation issues

gpquality.lase@hee.nhs.uk

GP educator pathway issues


 gpeducatorpathway@kss.hee.nhs.uk
General CPD EnquiriesCPD.KSS@hee.nhs.uk 
GP Workforce Development Administrator (C)

GP Workforce Development Manager (C)

Dawn O’Grady
01293 227123
Lifelong Learning Advisor
Steve Scudder
01293 227133
Dr Kevin Hurrell
Primary Care Administrator (C)  
 Sharon Norton
01293 227121

GP Educator Pathway Manager (L)

Alistair Bogaars


(020) 7125 7198

Director of Primary and Community Care Education (L)(C)

Prof Hilary Diack
01293 227101

Head of GP School (L)(C)

Prof Chris Warwick


(020) 7125 7196

Programme Manager for Primary Care Workforce Development

Nicholas Barry-Tait