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Do you have a Stoma, do you need support?

Out team of specialist stoma nurses offer support and advice on managing life with a stoma

We offer support:

• To a person who has had surgery to form a stoma

• To anyone who has not been seen by a stoma nurse for more than two years

• To anyone who has a problem with their stoma or appliance – you can self-refer by ringing the nurse on the number below

• On behalf of your GP or CCG to provide advice and support

Ann Goodey

South Norfolk CCG

Clinical Nurse Specialist, Stoma Care

07841 913145

David Lawson

Norwich CCG

Clinical Nurse Specialist, Stoma Care

07803 517170

Sharon Colman

North Norfolk CCG

Clinical Nurse Specialist, Stoma Care

07850 644468

Welcome to The East Norwich Medical Partnership

The East Norwich Medical Partnership was formed in July 2009 from the former Willow Wood Surgery at Aslake Close in Sprowston, and the Sprowston-Thorpe Medical Partnership based in both Thorpe Health Centre, St. William’s Way, Thorpe St. Andrew and Sprowston Primary Care Centre, Aslake Close in Sprowston.

Disable access  Disabled Access

Both our premises are accessible by wheelchair and reserved parking is situated close to the front doors of both sites. A lift is available at the Sprowston site. Both sites have disabled toilets 

Baby Changing Facilities Baby Changing Facilities

We have baby changing facilities at both sites.

Breastfeeding friendly Breastfeeding Friendly

East Norwich Medical Partnership is breastfeeding friendly. Mothers are welcome to feed their children in the waiting room if this is where they feed comfortable.  If you would like somewhere more private to feed your baby please ask at reception and a room will be found for you.

Our Team

Our Practice Manager, Lisa Vandepeer, is responsible for the administration of the practice. The combined practice has 7 GP partners. As well as our Doctors, we have a Nurse Practitioner, a team of Practice Nurses, a team of Health Care Assistants, and access to a full range of community bases healthcare professionals including District Nurses, Specialist Diabetic Nurse and Palliative Care Nurses.

Voice RecordingTelephone Calls

Please note that all calls to and from the surgery may be recorded.


Please be aware that CCTV operates at Sprowston Primary Care Centre within our waiting room areas.


All surgeries across Norwich are now using the MJOG Text/Smart Phone messaging system to help us keep in contact with you.  Please make sure we have your up to date mobile telephone number and that you have consented to let us use this to contact you.  We can confirm your appointments, remind you of appointments, invite you in for reviews and send you information about the practice i.e. notification of closures.  You can also easily cancel appointments by this method.  If you have a Smart Phone you can download a free app from the App Store or get it on Google Play.  See below for a patient guide to downloading the App.

MJOG Quick Patient Guide


East Norwich Medical Partnership is a teaching practice and we may be hosting both GP Registrars and Medical Students at various point in their training.  You will be made aware if you are seeing a Registrar or Student.

Dr. Amarwickrama is currently teaching a group of 2nd year medical students from UEA.

Dr. Singh is an Associate GP Trainer.  We will be joined by Dr. Sarah Maclennan as an ST1 Registrar from 7th February 2018 and she will be with us for 6 months.


In response to the additional pressures on our appointments system during the winter months we are adding some additional winter pressure appointments to our system to help us treat you when you need it.

These will be BOOK ON THE DAY appointments only.  These appointments can be booked by contacting speaking to Reception at Thorpe or Sprowston


(Site updated 19/02/2018)
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