All patients are required to have a named GP (doctor) who will have overall responsibility for the care and support that the surgery provides to them.

Having a named GP does not prevent you from seeing any GP in the practice, but we would encourage you to see this GP where possible if you are likely to require regular appointments for ongoing issues.  You can see below our current list of doctors.

 

Doctors

Dr Matthew Green (m)

MB BS (London 1997) MRCSEd, MRCGP, DOccMed

Dr Green qualified in 1997 from St Bartholomew's Hospital in London.  Following qualification, he spent 17 years in the Army, serving in the UK and abroad, before returning to the NHS.  Before switching to General Practice, he spent a number of years in Surgical training.  Dr Green maintains an interest in Minor Surgery and Occupational Health. 

Dr Angela Gillibrand (f)

MB BS (London, 1993) MRCGP, DRCOG, DFFP

Dr Gillibrand graduated from St Mary's Hospital Medical School, University of London in 1993.  Dr Gillibrand trained in various specialities in west London.  She worked at the University of London Student Health service, then moved to Cambridge, again working in Student Health.  Following that, she spent 7 years in Bury St Edmunds as a GP.  Dr Gillibrand moved to Norwich in 2010, and has worked at the UEA Medical Centre since 2012.   Her particular interests include contraception, gynaecology and sexual health.  She fits IUDs (coils).

Dr Louise Francis (f)

MB ChB (Sheffield 2002) DFSRH, MRCGP, Dip Child Health

Dr Francis graduated from University of Sheffield Medical School in 2002 and did her GP training in Sheffield and South London, qualifying as a GP in 2008.  Dr Francis has worked in various specialities including Paediatrics, Oncology, A&E, Care of the Elderly and Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She moved to Cambridgeshire due to her husband’s job in 2007 and worked at a practice there as a maternity locum in between having her own children.  Dr Francis then relocated to Norwich in 2013 where she worked as a salaried GP for 2 years before joining UEA Medical Centre in 2015.  Dr Francis enjoys all aspects of General Practice.

Dr Jamie Crawford (m)

BSc(Hons)BMS (York 2010) MBBS nMRCGP 

Dr Crawford trained in Yorkshire and settled in Norfolk after being a Doctor at several surgeries in the area.   He is married with two young daughters.  Alongside his GP role, he works in A&E at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, is a stadium Doctor for Norwich City FC and Deputy Medical Director of Norfolk Accident Rescue Services (NARS) responding to medical emergencies on behalf of the Ambulance Trust.  

Dr Chaminda Dooldeniya (m)

MBBS (London 2003) MRCGP, BSc (Hons), DRCOG

Dr Dooldeniya qualified in 2003 from University College London, having grown up in Gorleston and attending the Norwich Cathedral school.  He did his junior house offer posts in Ipswich and Dartford, and his GP training in Watford, taking posts in medicine for the elderly, psychiatry, paediatrics and obstetrics and gynaecology.  

He has been an Honorary Senior Lecturer for medical students at the UEA medical school and has been involved in GP training. Dr Dooldeniya has also been involved in primary care research for several years and is trying to bring ore research to the UEA Medical Centre. 

Dr Claire Hughes (f)

MB ChB (Sheffield 2005) MRCGP DRCOG DCH

Dr Hughes grew up in Norfolk, then attended the University of Sheffield, graduating in 2005.  She moved to Buckinghamshire and completed GP training in 2010.  Dr Hughes has worked in various settings including Stoke Mandeville and Sheffield Children's Hospitals, covering specialities such as paediatrics, A&E, obstetrics & gynaecology and palliative care.  She worked in the Aylesbury area as a GP and provided out of hours cover for Florence Nightingale Hospice, before moving back to Norfolk in 2012.  Dr Hughes has enjoyed a previous role as Honorary Senior Lecturer, training medical students from the UEA in a general practice setting.  Other than teaching, she has interests in paediatrics and minor surgery.

Dr Henry Jones (m)

MBBS (London 2009) BSc MSc MRCGP

Dr Jones trained at UCL and did his foundation jobs in London, before moving to Norwich for his GP training.  He has a BSc in Anthropology from UCL and an MSc in the Philosophy of Mental Disorder from the Institute of Psychiatry.  In addition to his UEA job, he works in an innovative GP practice in the city centre providing primary health care for the homeless, asylum seekers and sex workers.  Outside work, Dr Jones enjoys cycling and music, having played jazz guitar for over 20 years, as well as having taken extended trips to West Africa and South Asia to study percussion.

Dr Neda Javanshir (f)

MBBS (London 2010) MRCGP

Dr Javanshir graduated from Kings College London in 2010.  Relocated to Norfolk in 2014 to join The Norfolk General Practice Speciality Training Programme where she qualified as a GP in 2020. 

Prior to studying medicine, Dr Javanshir spent three years in London reading for a BSc in Human Biology and Anatomy, and her dissertation was the regeneration of stem cells for the treatment of Parkinson's Disease. During her medical degree, Dr Javanshir did a medical elective in Kenya and carried out research into the diagnosis of tuberculosis, which was published in a respiratory journal when she returned.  

As a junior doctor, Dr Javanshir worked across many specialities including psychiatry, ITU, obstetrics and gynaecology, infectious diseases and neurology in East Surrey, Kent and Cambridge.  

Dr Gabriela Pardo (f)

MB BS (Norwich 2012) MRCGP

Dr Pardo grew up in London and moved to Norwich in 2007 to attend Norwich Medical School, graduating in 2012.  She stayed in Norfolk to complete junior doctor and GP speciality training, completing her GP training in 2018.  Dr Pardo has worked in both the James Paget University Hospital and the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, in a variety of specialities including A&E, Paediatrics, Sexual Health, Oncology and Care of the Elderly.  Outside of medicine, Dr Pardo enjoys reading and keeping fit with CrossFit. 

 
 
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