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Doctors

Dr Clive Waterhouse (m)

MBChB DA FPC MRCGP

GMC: 2827234

Clive Waterhouse is 56 years old and qualified MB ChB in Leeds in 1987. He also has DA, and DCH qualifications. After completing a VTS in Aberystwyth Clive joined a suburban Norwich practice where he worked for 13 years until 2003.  Needing a fresh challenge, he joined our practice in its more rural setting in 2003.

Clive is married to Kathee and has three grownup children, two grandchildren and two old Labradors.   When not being dragged around the local field with the dogs his interests include Military History, Miniature War gaming and American Football. 

He joined the practice in July 2003 to take over the Financial and Prescribing lead roles for when Jeff Fox retired. He is the practice lead on premises. Clive has been busy with Mary Parker exploring additional options for the premises at Poringland.

Dr Eleanor Cramer (f)

BMBS BMedSci MRCGP DCh

GMC: 4335724

Dr Mark Vasko (m)

MD MRCGP
GMC: 6156131

I joined Old Mill and Millgates as a partner in 2014 after spending one year at the surgery as a registrar. Norfolk has been my home for over five years now and living in Norwich puts me in the centre of a fun and bustling city. I have an international background and hopefully my experiences living, studying and working abroad help me deliver an open minded yet focused consultation with my patients. I enjoy working with patients to achieve their desired outcomes as well as educating them along their journey. You may also find me educating future doctors at the surgery as we participate in teaching 3rd year medical students from the UEA. I enjoy scuba diving, cycling, watching NFL and traveling to just about anywhere.

Dr Neil Thomas (m)

MBBS (UEA 2010), PGCert, MRCGP (2015)

GMC: 7073000

Neil Thomas joined the practice as a partner in 2015 after spending the previous year at Old Mill and Millgates as a registrar in the final year of his training. Growing up in Suffolk, he never made it out of East Anglia, graduating from the University of East Anglia in 2010 and spending the next 5 years working in hospitals in Norfolk and Suffolk as part of his Foundation years and GPVTS training. He takes part in the practice’s relatively new venture of medical student training and has recently completed his PGCE.

Neil lives in Mulbarton with his wife Katherine, a primary school teacher, and their cats. When not at work (or on the allotment or travelling the world with Katherine) Neil can often be found playing the guitar with his rock and pop covers band in and around Norfolk.

Dr Trina Denniss (f)

MBBS (UEA Norwich) MRCGP

GMC: 7037142

Dr Emily Clark (f)

GMC 7037137

Dr Keivan Maleki (m)

MD(Pecs 1992) MRCGP PGDD PGDCD

GMC 6042387

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