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Doctors

Dr Nicola Maggs (f)

MRCGP Partner

Qualifications: MBBS, BSC (Hon), MRCGP, DFFP, DRCOG 

Dr Nicola Maggs studied at Kings Univeristy in London and qualified in 1998. Her clinical interests include obstetrics and gynecology, paediatrics and minor surgery. Dr Maggs is an associate trainer and currently teaches students from Cambridge University and the University East Anglia.

Outside of work Dr Maggs enjoys Karate and spending time with her family.

Dr Samir Pai (m)

MRCGP Partner

Qualifications: MBBS,MD,MRCGP, PG Cert (Medical Education)

Dr Pai studied medicine at the University of Mumbai and qualified in 1997.He trained as a GP at Leiston Surgery and became a partner in early 2015. Dr Pai previously worked at Ipswich Hospital for nearly ten years as an anaesthetist.

Dr Pai has a specialist interest in medical education. He is a GP  trainer responsible for training the next generation of GPs. Dr Pai is also actively involved in undergraduate medical education and is a Senior Lecturer at Norwich Medical School (UEA). His clinical interests include Diabetes, Dementia and Musculoskeletal Medicine. 

Outside of work he can be spotted at Copdock and Old Ipswichians Cricket Club coaching future cricket superstars. He loves listening to classic rock and spending quality time with his family. 

Dr Karen Blades (f)

FRCGP Partner

Qualifcations:MB ChB DFFP DRCOG FRCGP
Qualified Bristol University 1990.GMC:3488133

Dr Blades trained as a GP at Leiston Surgery and has been a partner since 2008. Dr Blades previously worked in HM Forces and served with First Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment.

Dr Blades has an interest in Undergraduate Medical Education and is an Hon Senior Lecturer at Norwich Medical School. Dr Blades's clinical interests include musculoskeletal medicine and dementia and is very keen on ensuring we use our precious NHS resources wisely.

Dr Imran Qureshi (m)

MRCGP Partner

Qualifcations:MBBS, MRCGP, DRCOG
Qualified in 2000 at St Georges hospital london

Dr Qureshi has been a GP since 2007 when he moved to Suffolk.  He has an interest in ENT, minor surgery and Clinically led Commissioning; and chairs the clinical executive of the CCG on tuesdays and thursdays.
Outside interests include snooker, cricket, cars and reading.

Dr Fiona Watson (f)

MB ChB MRCGP Salaried GP

Dr Fiona Watson qualified from Liverpool University in 1995, and completed her GP training in Aldeburgh in 1999. Her clinical interests include mental health, dermatology and minor surgery.

Outside of work Dr Watson enjoys badminton, house renovating and spending time with her family.

Dr Heather Noone (f)

Qualifications: MB BCh BAO (Hons), MRCGP , DFSRH 

Dr Noone is from Co. Mayo, Ireland, and moved to Dublin age seventeen to study Medicine in Trinity. After gaining her Honours degree at Trinity College, and on completion of an internship in St. James’s Hospital, Dublin, Dr Noone worked for almost two years in Australia. Dr Noone came home in 2013 and completed a further eighteen months training in Dublin working in the areas of psychiatry, elderly medicine and endocrinology.

Dr Noone started GP training in Ipswich in February 2015. She completed her training in February 2018 and has been working as a salaried GP since then. 

Outside of work, Dr Noone has achieved Grade 8 in piano and has been awarded medals in both Irish and German for the highest mark in Ireland in her Junior Certificate exam. Dr Noone has also won the silver medal in the World Irish dancing Championships as well as the All Ireland, American National, Great Britain and Connacht titles.

Her main interests are sports, especially distance running and she spends a lot of her free time training. Dr Noone has won two marathons, many half- marathons and is currently training for the London and Berlin Marathons 2020. Dr Noone also enjoys reading and spending time with her family, dog and friends.

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