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Healthcare has become complicated involving many disciplines; i.e. GP, A&E, 111, Physio, Link Workers, Pharmacists, NHS Choices etc. and due to increasing and changing demand we need to develop our reception staff to ensure that our patients receive the correct care from the right professional.

Our reception staff are helping us to ensure that patients are directed to the right person at the right time in the right place. To achieve this our staff will ask everyone why they want to see the doctor, nurse or health care assistant. Our reception staff are receiving training for this directional role and we hope that all our patients will support us in this change; which will benefit us all. Dr Solway

Doctors

Dr Benjamin Solway

MB BChir MA

Dr Solway qualified at Cambridge University and Addenbrooke’s. His special interests are asthma, coronary heart disease and mental health. He holds a family planning certificate.

Dr Nasrin Mallick

MBBS MS (Obs.& Gynae.) MRCOG MRCGP DFFP

Dr Mallick qualified from India and worked both as Obstetrics & Gynaecology Specialist and GP in West Midlands before moving to Ipswich. Her special interests are Women’s Health and Contraception.

Dr Paru Subramanian (Salaried GP) (f)

MBBS, MRCOG, MRCGP , DFFP


Dr Paru graduated from India in 2000 and worked in Australia for 6 months. Following her time in Australia she decided to move to England where she trained in Obstetrics and Gynaecology for 10 years, and Paediatrics for a year.


Dr Paru completed her GP training in Ipswich and has special interests in women's health and medical education.

Dr Bianca Hawkins

BSc (Hons), MBChB, DRCOG, MRCGP

Dr Hawkins trained at Leeds University Medical School, and registered in 2003. She has worked as a part time GP since 2008. Her specialist interests include:
Obstetrics,Gynaecology and Family planning.

 
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