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Dr Ian Keith Hotchin (m)

MBBS, DCH, FRCGP, ST Georges, London 1988

Dr Hotchin is our lead GP trainer. He is also our safeguarding lead. He also has a special interest in sports medicine. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners. He is also the Academy doctor at Norwich City Football Club.

Dr Chris McKenzie (m)

MBBS, London 1994, Certificate in Substance Misuse

Dr McKenzie is one of our GPs supporting patients with drug and/or alcohol problems he is also our lead GP in prescribing.

Dr Kathy Connolly (f)

MBBCh, BAO, MRCGP, National University of Ireland 1981

Dr Connolly is our lead GP in diabetes.

Dr Caroline Delves (f)

MBBS, DRCOG. DFFP London 1997

Dr Delves is our lead GP in sexual and women’s health.

Dr Vandana Bendre (f)

MBBS. MD(Paeds) India, MRCP(Paeds), MRCGP, DCH, DRCOG

Dr Bendre has a special interest in women and children’s health.

Dr Jacqueline Lilley (f)

MB BS 1998 University of London.

BSC Human genetics


Dr William Smerdon (m)

MB BS 2008 University of East Anglia

Dr Ginikachukwu Ilechukwu (f)

MB BS 2006 Nnamdi Azikiwe University

Dr Natalie Gibson (f)

University of Cambridge

MB BChir MA(Cantab.) MRCGP

Dr Oliver Hudson (m)

MBChB (Hons) Sheffield - 2008

MRCGP - 2018

Dr Sara Tambal (f)

MBBS University of Jaba

Dr Imran Malik (m)

BSc Biomedical Science 2004, MBBS 2009 Barts & the London, MRCGP Kings Lynn VTS 2014

Respiratory Lead at Southgates and The Woottons Surgeries 

Dr Megan Robertson-Murray

UEA Graduate 2001, MBBS

Training Practice

GP Registrar Training

Dr Delves, Dr Hotchin and Dr Lilley are all qualified GP trainers. We will also often have a qualified doctor with us who is training to become a general practitioner. These doctors will normally stay with us for a period of nine months.

Nurse Training

The surgery will shortly be hosting student nurses as a replacement for nurse training in association with the University of East Anglia.

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