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Dr Gregory Quinn (m)

quinn.jpgMB BCh BAO MRCGP DRCOG, Dublin 1984

Clinical interests -  dermatology, minor surgery, paediatrics, musculo-skeletal disorders.

Gregory Quinn is a native of Dublin. He worked in hospital paediatrics for 8 years before diverting to general practice for lifestyle reasons. He enjoys running long distances slowly, and digging up a nettle bed he calls his vegetable garden. Recently he has bought a racing bike. When he is made to sit down he will read obscure books and sip beer. He has worked in Dublin, Glasgow, Tasmania, Melbourne and Nottingham and now prefers narrow country lanes to motorways

Dr Kasimir Lepper (m)

MBBS (2012) MRCP (2017)Kasimir Lepper

Kasimir was born and brought up in Münster, Germany. He moved to England in 2005, in order to pursue his goal to study Medicine abroad. He started his Medical degree at UEA in Norwich, a city he immediately fell in love with – describing it as “quick sand - a place you simply won’t leave”. Kasimir spent his junior doctor years at the James Paget Hospital and NNUH after which he decided to pursue a career in General Practice, however, maintaining a keen interest for Ear, Nose & Throat Medicine. Kasimir joined Taverham surgery after completing his GP training in 2017.

Kasimir enjoys boxing and being a volunteer club and ring doctor for a local amateur boxing club. Additonally, he has a great love for animals, currently having a dog and four chinchillas but the numbers of animals are steadily rising. When relaxing he prefers to sit down with a good ale and listen to one of his records from his vast vinyl collection.

Dr Nathan Estall (m)

BMBS (2010), MRCGP (2017)

Nathan is originally from Cambridgeshire and studied at Brighton and Sussex Medical School. His foundation years were undertaken Belfast and Nottingham after which he spent 2 years in Australia working in Accident and Emergency before returning to the UK to undertake his GP training.
He is a keen cyclist and enjoys most sports.

Dr Mark Newstead (m)
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