Dr Richard Gilbert: MA PhD MB BChir DCH DRCOG MRCGP
Dr Gilbert qualified in Medicine from Cambridge in 1983 having previously studied Pharmacology and carried out a research degree. He conducted his GP training in Norwich and joined the practice in 1988.
His particular clinical interest is in Respiratory Medicine. He worked for eleven years in the chest clinic at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital and for four years as a GP with special interest in Respiratory Medicine for NHS Norfolk seeing patients with Asthma and COPD at Norwich Community Hospital. Dr Gilbert is Lead Partner for the practice, and is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Norwich Medical School.
Dr Jo Walsh: BSc (Med Sci) MBChb MSc DFFP
Dr Walsh qualified from Manchester in 1992, after preclinical training in St Andrews. She works part time. She is involved in the teaching of undergraduate medical students at UEA, working as both a PBL and consultation skills tutor. She is also practice lead for medical student teaching and research, and an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Norwich Medical School.
She has an interest in allergy, particularly food allergy in children and has had a role in several national allergy projects, including the NICE guideline published in 2011.
Dr Walsh is Chair of the Primary Care Group of the British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology (BSACI).
Dr Amy Nicholls: MBBS MRCGP
Dr Nicholls qualified from Norwich Medical School in 2008 and did her GP training based at the James Paget Hospital. She works eight sessions per week and is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Norwich Medical School.
Dr Trupti Raje: MBBS, MRCGP, DRCOG
Dr Raje carried out her medical training in India and completed her GP training in Norwich in 2011. She joined the practice in 2012 and works part time.
Her clinical interests are women’s health and family planning.