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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.

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.

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, an attached Diabetes Specialist Nurse, and there is access to Health Visitors, Mental Health Link Worker, Dietician, Midwives, Palliative Care Nursing Team, and District Nurses.

Patient Access to Detailed Coded Records

East Norwich Medical Partnership will be providing access to detailed coded patient medical records Online from the 31st March 2016. To apply for this service you will need to come in to the surgery with photographic ID and complete the application form at the surgery. A GP will need to review your medical record before releasing it for viewing Online. Your detailed coded medical record will only show anything recorded from the date of consent. Applications for access to detailed coded patient records by new patients will not be considered until the full medical records have been received at the Practice. Your GP has the right to decline you access to your medical records Online.

Telephone 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.


(Site updated 11/12/2017)
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