Doctors

Dr Idango Adoki (m)

DrAdoki

Practice Partner
MBBS FRCS RCP (Glas) DRCOG FPCert PGCMedEd

After qualifying from medical school, Dr Idango Adoki trained and qualified as a general surgeon.  He switched to general practice in 1993 when he became a partner in a group practice in Eastbourne.  He left there to establish the Harbour Medical Practice in June 2003 have a close hand in the design of the Practices new Health Centre.

He is very enthusiastic about all aspects of general practice with particular interests in diabetes, hypertension and heart disease, dermatology and minor surgery.
He is a trained vasectomist and carries out vasectomy operations for the Practice's Community Vasectomy Service
He is a keen medical educationist and acquired his Certificate in Medical Education in 2007. 
He is a GP Appraiser
He is also the Clinical Director of the Eastbourne East primary Care Network (PCN)

He enjoys life with his family and has a keen interest in fine wines.  To keep fit, he enjoys cycling and the occasional round of golf.  


 

Dr Ibelema Cookey (f)

DrCookey

Practice Partner
MBChB MRCGP FFFP

Before joining full-time general practice in June 2004, Dr Ibelema Cookey worked for many years in Family Planning and Sexual Health medicine where until her departure she was Senior Clinical Medical Officer. She became a Fellow of the Faculty of Family Planning in 2006

She enjoys the varied challenges of general practice and has a specialist interest in all aspects of contraception and Sexual Health. She also teaches medical students in the practice.

She enjoys her home life and time with her family. She also enjoys travel, reading and walking.

Dr Cookey now only does occasional administrative work and no clinical work  -  May 2022


Salaried GPs

Locum Doctors
We have some very experienced GPs who work with us in the Practice on a temporary (locum) basis. They are available for patient consultations and home visits when needed. Some also help with administrative work within the practice.

Dr Reis Cotta (M)

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