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Revised opening hours for Millgates - Hempnall

This is for the collection of any prescriptions:

Monday 9am-6pm*

Tuesday 9am-12pm

Wednesday 3pm-6pm

Thursday CLOSED

Friday 9am-6pm*

*Please note that the Surgery will be closed between 1pm and 2pm on these days for staff lunch break.

Old Mill branch will be closed between 12.30pm and 2pm on Mondays and Wednesdays  for Staff Meetings.


If you are unwell and have recently travelled to an area affected by Coronavirus or met someone who has, please DO NOT visit the surgery.  Please call 111 who will then advise you.  If you are advised to contact us, please call and tell the receptionist of your possible Coronavirus contact.


Everyone in the practice now has a named GP.  If you are unsure who yours is then please ask at reception, but please remember that you can still see whichever GP you prefer.


Closed Circuit Television is installed at the practice premises for the purpose of staff, patient and premises security. Cameras are located at various places on the premises, and images from the camera are recorded.  The practice follows the recommendations issued by the Data Protection Commissioner in accordance with powers under Section 51 of the 1998 Data protection Act. 

Accessible Information Standard

The Accessible information standard is a new law to make sure that people who have a disability or sensory loss are given information they can easily read or understand.  Please inform us if you have any communication support needs.  

For further information about the standard and a form you can fill in to let us know if you have communication support needs in the column on the right hand side of our website under the Accessible Information heading.


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)


GMC: 7037142

Dr Keivan Maleki (m)


GMC 6042387

Keivan obtained his first MD degree from POTE with Summa Cum Laude and immediately started specialization in Internal Medicine and passed the United States Medical Licensing Examination but decided to work in some very deprived areas of our planet.  He then returned to Europe and obtained the second MD degree from the UVA following which he trained in Family Medicine specialization at the VU in Amsterdam.

In 2005 Keivan was recruited by the PCT Great Yarmouth and moved from Amsterdam to Gorleston where he practiced as a Principal GP until joining our surgery in April 2017.

Since 2006 he as also been teaching medical students of the UEA.

Since moving to the UK he has obtained a postgraduate diploma in Clinical Dermatology from the Queen Mary University of London and a postgraduate Diploma in Diabetes with merit from Cardiff University and also has obtained the MRCGP.

Keivan's mother language is Azerbaijani but he feels lucky that so far he has had the chance to learn seven different languages.

Outside work he enjoys reading, learning and travelling whenever it is possible but has regular meeting with his punchbag! 

Dr Alexandra Prentice (f)
Dr Jens Schweigart (m)
Dr Elenor Cramer (f)
Dr Judith O'Shea (f)
Dr Emily Clark (f)
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