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email@example.com@nhs.netMount Street,Diss,Norfolk,IP22 4WG, Tel: 01379 642021
BM, BSc, MRCP.
Senior GP Partner
Dr Andreas Pantazis trained in Souhthampton qualifying in 1992, he joined the practice in 2003.
MRCP (UK), DRCOG
He graduated from the Institute of Medicine 1 in Rangoon, Burma in 1997. He has been living in UK since 1999 and qualified as a GP in 2004. He is married and has a young son.
Dr Kate Lawton joined the practice in 2016, she completed her medical training at the UEA in Norwich 2010. She lives locally with her husband and two of her children.
MB, ChB, FRCP
Dr Nigel Thomson trained in Manchester qualifying in 1976, he joined the practice in 1984. Dr Thomson has retired but will continue to work as a locum for us
Clare Horton started at the practice with us in April 2016 as a Nurse Practitioner. Previously she worked for the District Nursing Sister team at Diss.
Sharon Parry started with us in September 2017 as our Outreach Nurse, this is a new role to help reduce admissions and support the frail and elderly. Sharon was previously a staff nurse in the District Nursing team In Diss.
RGN, Diploma in Nursing
You can self refer to see a nurse if you need treatment or advice for any of the following.
A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.
Our practice dispensary, dispenses medicines for patients who live more than a mile from a chemist.