Newmarket Road Surgery 7 Newmarket RoadNorwich, NR2 2HLTel: 01603 621006
MB ChB(Leicester 1985) Originally from Suffolk, Dr Copson trained at the University of Leicester Medical School. He moved to Norfolk in 1986, joining the Great Yarmouth and Waveney GP training scheme. He qualified in 1989 and joined the practice the same year. He is a keen sports fan and a very average partcipant. He is married with three children. He is a full time partner in the practice and available Monday to Thursday with surgeries distributed at various time during the week.
MB Bchir (Cambs 1981) Dr Poliakoff (known to all as Polly!) was born in central London. She studied medicine at Cambridge University and Addenbrookes Hospital. She qualified in 1982. She is part-time She is married with three children, rabbits, guinea-pigs, chipmunk and a dog called Poppy! Dr Poliakoff is a half time partner and works on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.
MB BS (London 1994) MRCGP, DRCOG
Dr Hopman was born and grew up in New Zealand to Dutch immigrant parents. She read medicine as a mature student at The Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine in London, having first qualified as a nurse. She became a GP in 2001 and has worked part-time while her children were young. The family has moved to Norwich as her husband has taken up a post as a Consultant at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital. Dr Hopman is a keen linguist and has an active interest in combining General Practice with teaching medical students at the University of East Anglia. Dr Hopman is a three quarter time partner and works Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
MB/BS (Norwich 2008) BSc (Hons) MRCGP
Dr Bosworth moved to Norfolk in 2003 to train in medicine, from his previous career in medical research in Cambridge. He soon decided to settle in the area and completed his GP specialty training in the Norwich Scheme. He joined the practice in 2015, having previously worked in Wymondham. He is a full-time partner, with surgeries every day except Wednesday. Dr Bosworth has an interest in medical education and is currently one of the Programme Directors for the GP training scheme from which he qualified. Outside work, he is married and has four children. He is also a keen rower, but doesn't spend as much time on the water as he would like.
The nurses hold morning, afternoon and evening sessions and will help you with many things including:- Immunisations Ear Syringing Removal of Stitches Self-examination advice Cervical Smears Injections Dressings Travel Advice ECGs General Health Advice Appointments can be made with the nurses without seeing the doctor and they are always available to give advice.
RGN, Diploma in Asthma Management, Certificate in Travel Medicine, Diploma of Management of Diabetes in Primary Care, Diploma in COPD Management
RGN, practice nurse diploma, orthopaedic diploma, asthma diploma, critical care diploma.
RGN, family planning qualification, asthma diploma, CODP diploma, CHD diploma and Diabetes diploma.
Sue is our healthcare assistants and is available Monday to Thursday mornings and and Monday afternoon. She can provide a wide range of services including blood tests, health checks, ECGs, flu injections for over 65s, ear syringing and assisting the GPs with minor surgery procedures. Appointments can be made with the healthcare assistant without seeing the doctor first.
The midwife holds weekly antenatal clinics at the surgery and is always available for advice. She can be contacted on 01603 218136 or via the surgery.
The health visitor can give advice on all aspects of health care, particularly for the under 5s and the elderly. (Tel: 01603 774313)
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