Meet the team

Medicine for older people consultants


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Dr James Adams

Dr Adams is a consultant in geriatric medicine, with a sub-specialty interest in general medicine, Parkinson's disease, and educational management.

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Dr Helen Roberts

Dr Roberts's sub-specialty interests include movement disorders and Parkinson's. She has considerable experience in the clinical management of older people within acute hospital and rehabilitation healthcare settings.

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Dr Jonathan Sparkes

Dr Sparkes has sub-specialty interests in falls, community geriatrics and complex Parkinson's disease. His work has included developing a home based service for people with advanced complex Parkinson's disease.

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Dr Gayle Strike

Dr Strike is interested in the management of frail elderly patients with multiple morbidities and complex care needs, and has an interest in Parkinson’s disease.

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Neurology consultants with a special interest in Parkinson's disease


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Dr Georgina Burke

Dr Burke is a consultant in neurology with sub-specialty interests in neuromuscular and muscle disease.

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Dr Jonathan Frankel

Dr Frankel has a sub-specialty interest in movement disorders.

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Dr Julian Furby

Dr Furby joined the Trust in 2010, and has a sub-specialty interest in multiple sclerosis.

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Dr Boyd Ghosh

Dr Boyd Ghosh

Dr Ghosh has a particular interest in patients with Parkinson’s plus disorders such as progressive supranuclear palsy, corticobasal degeneration and multiple system atrophy.

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Dr William Gibb

Dr Gibb runs clinics in general neurology, movement disorders, and botulinum therapy. 

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Dr Alice Manson

Dr Manson joined the Trust in 2006. During her research and training she has gained extensive experience in the management of complex Parkinson’s disease.

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Dr Rhiannon Morris

Dr Morris has sub-specialty interests in stroke and acute neurology.

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Dr George Pengas

Dr Pengas has special interests in cognitive neurology, normal pressure hydrocephalus, general neurology and acute neurology.

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Dr Ashwin Pinto

Dr Pinto has sub-specialty interests in myasthenia gravis and motor neurone disease.

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Dr Martin Prevett

Dr Prevett is a consultant in neurology with an interest in epilepsy.

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Dr Sean Slaght

Dr Slaght is interested in all areas of general and acute neurology (neurological conditions that require urgent care).

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Parkinson's disease specialist nurses

  • Southampton: Alex McEwan, call 077 7511 9211
  • Southampton City: Julie Wright, central community independence service, A level, Royal South Hants Hospital, Brintons Terrace, Southampton SO14 0YG, email julie.wright22@nhs.net or call 023 8082 5240
  • Winchester, Romsey and Eastleigh southern parishes: Tracy McElwaine, email tracy.mcelwaine@nhs.net or call 01962 825967
  • Portsmouth City: Sandra Jury, call 023 9268 3450
  • Fareham, East Hampshire and Hayling Island: Chris Gorman and Amber Lockwood, email hp-tr.PDNs-SEHants@nhs.net, or call 023 9268 1067
  • Isle of Wight: Sheena Morgan, Laidlaw unit, St Mary’s Hospital, Newport, Isle Of Wight PO30 5TG, email sheena.morgan@nhs.net, or call 019 8355 2094
  • Salisbury: Jackie Chamberlain, Wiltshire Health and Care, Integrated Community Health, Wilton Health Centre 1st floor, Market Place, Wilton SP2 0HT, email jackie.chamberlain@gwh.nhs.uk or call 017 2274 6769

Wessex Neurological Centre Parkinson's disease service coordinator

  • Alex McEwan - email Alex.McEwan@uhs.nhs.uk or call 077 7511 9211

    Alex is a specialist nurse based in the Wessex Neurological Centre in Southampton and coordinates the following neurology services: the Wessex neurology suspected Parkinson's service, the duodopa service and the APO-Go service. In addition he also holds specialist clinics on the first and third Friday of each month. Please note Alex is only able to provide support to people with Parkinson's who are under one of the Wessex Neurological Centre neurologists.