|Dr Nick Morton (m)|
MB BS 1983 (Westminster London) DFFP MFSEM FRCGP
GMC No. 2837327
Nick joined the practice in 1993 after serving in the British Army for 10 years including active service in Ulster and in the Liberation of Kuwait. He then went onto serve another 8 years in the Territorial Army with the Royal Anglian Regiment.
During his time in Norfolk he has also served as Associate Medical Director of the East of England Ambulance Service for 9 years and has been closely involved in the running of the out-of-hours GP services for very many years.
He has been a longstanding Resuscitation Council instructor and within the practice is an associate GP trainer. Nick acts as a medical officer to both Great Yarmouth and Fakenham racecourses as well as having an avid interest in cricket as a player (badly), coach and umpire.
He is involved with medical politics and sits on the Norfolk & Waveney Local Medical Committee as a Norwich representative.
|Dr Jane Craig (f)|
MB BS 1990 (University College London) DCH MRCGP
GMC No. 3480544
Jane joined the practice in October 1998 having been the registrar for the previous six months. She took a time to commit herself to general practice, having spent a long time doing (mostly) medical jobs at the Norfolk & Norfolk and the West Norwich Hospitals. Jane has also done a stint in oncology at the local hospice, Priscilla Bacon Lodge. She finished her training by doing O&G and paediatrics at the James Paget Hospital, Gorleston.
Jane is involved with teaching and training of UEA and Cambridge Medical Students and has recently undertaken a Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education in order to become a full trainer of GP Registrars within the practice.
Outside of medicine she has travelled widely in South East Asia and India, with a month's trip to Kerala in 2007. In the gap between GP registrar and GP principal she spent the Summer in Peru and Bolivia. Music is another of Jane's interests, singing with the Norwich Philharmonic Chorus and a community choir in Norwich as well as supporting her family in their musical activities.
|Dr Helene Simper (f)|
MSE 1993 (Heidelberg) MRCGP
GMC No. 4231734
Hella finished her studies with 7 months of work in Mexico as a DADD scholarship holder and worked for 18 months in Germany. Starting in England with a rotation to Neuroscience and Medicine she later changed to General Practice and spent her time as a Registrar in Newmarket. She is interested in "medicine" inclusive of Rheumatology where she has worked as a clinical assistant in Care of the Elderly.
Hella is involved in the teaching programme of the local UEA medical students and is the lead for Research in the practice.
Outside of medicine Hella has a love of the water especially the Norfolk Boards and East Coast of Norfolk. She lives to sail and is an ongoing learner.
|Dr Abraham George (m)|
MBBS (India) DGO DFFP Dip Clinical Ultrasound MRCGP
GMC No. 4174093
Abraham started his medical course at the Christian Medical College Vellore, India and qualified in 1981. He worked as a mission hospital doctor until 1989, acquiring training in obstetrics and gynaecology.
Abraham started practising in the UK in 1990 and was trained in general practice through the VTS training scheme. He joined the practice in November 2005 as a full-time partner and gained the 'Membership of Royal College of General Practitioners' qualification (MRCGP) while working as a partner at the Practice.
He continues to support mission hospital work.
|Dr Zoe Barber (f)|
MB ChB 1994 (University of Bristol) MRCGP
GMC No. 4120551
Zoe is involved in the teaching programmes for UEA medical students and Cambridge University.
|Prof Amanda Howe (f)|
MA MD Med FRCGP DCH DRCOG Professor of Primary Care UEA Norwich
GMC No. 2496711
One of the most important roles of primary care is to develop the workforce of tomorrow. Our practice takes this seriously - we have been teaching UEA students on the MB BS course since 2003 and also take students from Cambridge University on GP attachment.
One of the staff is the current Professor of Primary Care who does 2 sessions each week at Bowthorpe Health Centre. Amanda was a full time GP in Sheffield for 12 years, and became CME tutor and GP tutor for registrars and undergraduates, prior to entering university academic practice in 1996. She continues as a GP, came to Norwich in 2001 to help set up the new medical course at the UEA, and is Consultant in Primary Care with an honorary contract in the Norwich NHS.
Prof Amanda Howe is also active in the Royal College of GPs, and internationally through the World Organisation of Family Doctors (www.globalfamilydoctor.com). She was elected as WONCA President-Elect in Prague in June 2013 and became the first woman to be WONCA President in 2016.
Amanda was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2016 New Year Honours for services to primary care.
|Dr John Inmonger (m)|
MB ChB Liverpool 1978
GMC No. 244058
Dr John Inmonger joined the practice in 2015 as a salaried doctor. Originally hailing from Burnley John qualified in Liverpool in 1978. After undertaking hospital positions and GP training around the North West he became a partner at Highfield Surgery in Blackpool in 1984. He has special interests in diabetes, musculoskeletal medicine and minor surgery.
Dr Inmonger moved to Norfolk in 2015 for a new challenge and to be nearer his children.
|Dr Mark Karaczun (m)|
GMC No. 7037173
Dr Karaczun joined the practice as a Salaried GP in February 2019.
|Dr Emma McCarthy (f)|
GMC No. 7284156
Dr McCarthy joined the practice in September 2019 as a Salaried GP having previously been a registrar with us.
|Dr Aderonke Adeoye (f)|
GMC No. 7643879
Dr Adeoye is a full-time GP Registrar on a 12-month placement with us from December 2019.
|Dr Nyan Zaw (m)|
GMC No. 7451609
Dr Zaw is a ST3 registrar in his final year of practice and is on placement with the practice from February 2020 for a 12-month placement.
A GP Registrar or GP Trainee is a qualified doctor who is training to become a GP through a period of working in a practice. They will usually have spent at least two years working in a hospital before you see them in a practice and are closely supervised by a senior GP or trainer. Registrars are with the surgery for a maximum of 1 year.
An 'F2', or Foundation Year 2 Doctor, is a fully qualified medical practitioner who is completing the compulsory 2 year postgraduate programme between degree and choosing a speciality or commencing the GP training programme. They spend 4 months in general practice.