The aims of Health Plus are to provide an up to date, high quality, primary care from an experienced and friendly multi-disciplinary team.
Doctors & Clinical Staff
Dr Mark Fullerton
Mark Fullerton qualified from Birmingham Medical School in 1981. Prior to joining this Practice in 1988, he undertook further training in general surgery, ear nose and throat surgery, general medicine, paediatrics, obstetrics and gynaecology. He has also worked in Bermuda and Australia. His main interest lies however in the provision of family doctor services for his patients.
Surgery Opening Hours:
7:40am – 6:00pm
8:00am – 7:00pm
7:40am – 6:00pm
8:00am – 6:00pm
7:40am – 6:00pm
9:00am – 11:30am
(Phone lines open at 8:00am)
Dr Adam G. Garnett
FFSEM.,MB.,BS.,Psychology BSc. Hons., MRCGP., DRCOG.,DCH.,DA., Dip SEM.
Fellow of the Royal College of Sport & Exercise Medicine, Adam moved to Jersey in 1996 having trained at St Barts and Bath. His passions are his family and sport.
Awarded Fellowship of The Faculty of Sports and Exercise medicine in 2014
Honorary Doctor to Jersey Reds Professional Rugby and to Jersey Commonwealth and Island Games Associations
Hon Doc Jersey Special Ability and Disabled Sports Association
Medical Director Elite Sport in Jersey
Lead Sports Doctor Jersey Sports Foundation
Paralympics London 2012 as Sports Medicine Doctor and Aquatic Sports Doc Lead
Jersey Surf and Cricket Hon Doc
Attended Melbourne, Delhi, Glasgow and Gold Coast Commonwealth Games as Head of Medical services and sports doctor.
Sports doctor to Jersey Island Games since 1997
Head of Medical Services Jersey NatWest Island Games 2015
Areas of interest
Elite and Recreational Sport; Diagnostic ultrasound; Ultrasound guided injections; Specific interest in Professional Rugby and Concussion; Disabled and Paralympic Sports Injury and Illness; Shockwave therapy; Platelet rich plasma injections; High Volume tendon injections; working as part of a multidisciplinary sports medicine team; adolescent osteochondroses; Gait analysis and biomechanics; multi-sport team events such as commonwealth and island games provision; acute pitch side sports med provision.
Dr Steven Perchard
Steven Perchard qualified from St Bartholomew’s in 1995. He trained as a GP in East London, which included an attachment at St Joseph’s Hospice as well as hospital experience in psychiatry, paediatrics and obstetrics and gynaecology. Whilst in Jersey he has been involved in the provision of care for patients at Alcohol and Drug Clinics. In his spare time, he enjoys playing golf and skiing.
Dr Bryony Perchard
Dr Bryony Perchard qualified from St Bartholomew’s in 1998. Her interests are child health and women’s health.
Dr Richard Worth
MRCS(Eng),MBBS,B.SC. MRCGP, DFFP,DRCOG.
After qualifying from Guy’s and St. Thomas’s hospitals in 1999, Richard went onto pursue a career in surgery completing posts in Neurosurgery, Plastic Surgery, Orthopaedic and General Surgery. He obtained his post graduate qualification in surgery before switching to General Practice in 2003. He joined the practice in March 2007 and is now a full time partner.
He continues to enjoy performing minor surgery and has an active interest in travel medicine and dermatology. Outside of work, Richard enjoys competing in triathlons.
Dr Philippa Bashforth
MBBS, B.Sc.,MRCP,MRCGP, DRCOG,DFFP – London 1999
Philippa Bashforth joined the Practice in 2007. She trained at Guys and St Thomas’ Hospitals medical school in London. After completing her medical training she took further qualifications in general medicine and has a specialist interest in chronic conditions and elderly care. She also has a keen interest in family planning and contraception and is able to offer contraceptive advice including fitting of the contraceptive coil.
Dr Ed Klaber
BM, BSc, MRCGP
Dr Klaber completed his medical degree at the University of Southampton in 2011. He spent his first 2 years as a junior doctor in the Jersey General Hospital, rotating through various specialities. He went on to complete his training to be a GP in Bournemouth and Poole. After a short stint as a GP in Somerset he has returned to Jersey. His interests include paediatrics, dermatology mental health and coaching. In his free time he enjoys playing hockey and skiing.
Dr Sophie Le Maistre
Sophie graduated from Brighton and Sussex Medical School in 2015, following which she spent 4 years working in various specialties at Jersey General Hospital. After this, Sophie completed her GP training working in a GP practice in Eastleigh.
She has special interests in obstetrics and gynaecology and sexual and reproductive health. Outside of work she enjoys swimming, horse riding and running, as well as helping out on the family farm!
Dr Edd Watts
Edd Watts qualified from Southampton Medical School in 2011. He worked at Jersey General Hospital for several years before completing his GP training in Poole. He returned to Jersey in 2016 and joined the practice in 2021.
He has an interest in child and adolescent health as well as palliative care.
Outside of work he enjoys spending time with his young family.
Sister Katherine Liron, Practice Nurse
RGN, Bachelor of Nursing
Katherine trained at the University of Brighton and became a registered nurse in 1995. She went on to complete a Bachelor of Nursing awarded from Sydney in 2001. She has worked all over the world, including Hong Kong and Australia. She has also spent time working on the surgical unit and endoscopy suite at the General Hospital in Jersey. Kathy works alongside the Doctors in the Practice and performs ECG’s, blood tests, blood pressures and wound care and dressings. She also runs clinics in weight management, cardiovascular lifestyle advice, diabetic screening and Travel Health. She has completed her diploma in COPD Management.
Katherine has made island history in becoming the first General Practice Nurse (GPN) to become a non-medical prescribing practitioner in Jersey allowing her to write prescriptions for patients.
Katherine undertook the University of Plymouth's Masters Module, the V300 non-medical prescribing course, a rigorous 6 month course approved by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). The training involved a stringent programme culminating in demanding exams and assessments, all of which she passed first time round with marks well above the high required pass marks.
Katherine now joins a small group of other highly qualified and experienced registered nurses in Jersey playing their part in providing safe and cost-effective treatment to islanders.
During Tatianas 8 years of employment at the Jersey General Hospital she has gained a wealth of experience in a range of clinical settings and has completed her level 3 diploma in clinical support (QCF) in 2015 enabling her to be skilled and competent to perform a variety of physiological measurements/observations.
Later during her career she decided to pursue her passion by undertaking a course an 'Introduction to counselling skills', which will eventually lead her to complete a Diploma in counselling (level 4) a service to clients she hopes to provide in the future.
Tatiana works alongside the Doctors & the Practice Nurse, as a Healthcare Assistant, performing a variety of delegated tasks such as ECG's, Blood Sampling, Blood Pressure Checks, Weight Management, Immunistations, and general Screening.
Tatiana's interests include, assisting Minor-op's, family planning clinics, wound care and counselling and in the near future plans to train to perform ear irrigation and micro-suction.