Every patient, including children, has an allocated, named GP who will take responsibility for overseeing the management of your health needs, medicines and who will work with other health and social care providers involved in your care. It is not essential that you always see your named GP – all GP’s at our practice are able to access your health record. If you are not aware of who your named GP is please contact the Practice or enquire next time you visit the Surgery.
|Dr Duncan Edwards (m)|
BSc (Hons) MB BS (London 2005) DRCOG DFSHRM MRCGP. Dr Edwards qualified
from Royal Free and University College London Hospital Medical School and undertook
general practice training in Cambridge. His main interests are clinical epidemiology
and improving the health of the population through excellent primary care.
He is an NIHR Doctorate Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge where his
research focuses on the treatment and prevention of strokes.
|Dr Irina Butcher (f)|
Dr Irina Butcher MD MRCGP DFSRH qualified in 1990 in Moscow, Russia
and worked as an anaesthetist for 12 years. In 2002 moved to the UK
and qualified as a GP, training in Harlow and Bury St Edmunds.
Special interests are sexual health and family planning.
|Dr Samuel Bampoh (m)|
MBChB, DPD. FRCSed, MRCGP, PGCertMedEd, DOccMed
Dr S Bampoh's specialist Interests include Dermatology, Cardiology, Teaching and Surgery.
Hobbies include listening to Jazz music and following his favourite football team - Arsenal.
|Dr Andrew Mollan (m)|
MB BS, BMedSc, MRCGP.
Clinical interests include care of the elderly, ear, nose and throat, and respiratory medicine.
With a special interest in medical education for both junior doctors and medical students.
Other medical interests include the integration of medical and social care into systems which
are both innovative and good for patient care, improve appropriate access, and provide sustainable
and holistic General Practice into the future.
Outside interests include sailing, horticulture, cooking and supporting the family in their many outside interests.
|Dr Jeremy Webb (m)|
MA (Cantab ) BSc ( Hons) MB BS (London 1983)DRCOG MRCP FRCGP
Dr Webb qualified from the Royal Free Hospital in London and then worked in
hospital medicine in London and Cambridge before undertaking his GP training
in Cambridge. He has worked as a GP for many years and has a
particular interest in training undergraduate medical students and supporting
the training of junior doctors who wish to be GPs (GP registrars). He helped to
set up the new Graduate Medicine course in Cambridge and was deputy
director of this for several years. He holds an academic post at the University
Of Cambridge School Of Clinical Medicine (leading on staff development)
and is Director of Studies in Clinical Medicine at Wolfson College Cambridge.
|Dr Gordon Irvine (m)|
MBBS (London 2003) MRCGP (2013)
Dr Irvine qualified from St. George's Medical School in London in 2003. He has since then spent time
studying hospital medicine in Adelaide, Australia before taking on a short term
commission as a Medical Officer in the Royal Navy. He completed his General Practice Training
in Derby before moving down to East Anglia to be closer to relatives. His interests are in Systems
and Technology in medicine, Medical Education and also Sports Injury.
Outside of practice he and his wife are keen Triathletes and he is presently training for Ironman UK.
They have two young daughters.
|Dr Fiona Virgo (f)|
MBBS MRCSEd DRCOG MRCGP
Dr Fiona Virgo is our most recent Doctor to join the Practice. Fiona was a general/breast
surgeon for ten years and her special medical interests are minor operations, minor
injuries and gynaecology. Fiona volunteers for Suffolk Accident Rescue Service
giving pre hospital immediate care and is also a Racecourse Doctor at
Newmarket Race Course. When not at work, Fiona is a mummy to her two girls.
|Dr Anas El Turabi (m)|
BA(Hons) BMBCh (Oxford 2005) MPhil (Cantab) MRCGP (2013)
Dr El Turabi qualified from Oxford University Medical School in 2005 and
completed general practice training in Cambridge alongside a masters degree in primary care research.
His main clinical interests are population health, musculoskeletal medicine, mental health and care of older patients.
He combines his clinical work as a GP with research and is currently completing a PhD in health policy.
Outside of work he is a keen runner and mediocre cook.