|Dr Alastair Flett (m)|
MB ChB MRCGP Dr Flett is from Edinburgh, Scotland but was brought up near Wigan, Lancashire. He qualified at Sheffield University in 1993 and trained as a GP in Worksop, Nottinghamshire before he joined the Practice in 1997. His clinical special interest is the management of long term illnesses. Dr Flett is responsible for GP training and education. Outside of BPC Dr Flett is an enthusiastic musician and enjoys gardening tennis and sailing.
|Dr Dean Dorsett (m)|
BA(Oxon) MA MBBS MRCGP PgCertEd MBA
Dr Dorsett was born in Dominica in the Caribbean. He attended Oxford University and qualified from St Georges Medical School, London University 2000. He has experience in A&E, as a forensic medical examiner and 10+ years as a family physician. He has acheived additional qualifications in education and has trained GP registrars and Cambridge medical students. Dr Dorsett now trains non GP practitioners with innovative models that the CQC described as 'outstanding'.
He sits on the Governing Body Executive of the CCG. The CCG helps deliver and shape healthcare and has responsibility for approximately 385,000 patients of East Suffolk.
Dr Dorsett is driven by the need to help make the very best cutting edge healthcare both understandable and accessible to families and patients with the very highest need. His favourite charities are Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and Plan (a charity that helps deliver childrens health and education to the worlds most challenged communities). He believes in empowering patients.
Outside medicine Dr Dorsett sits as a governor to a very special / innovative primay school in Little Bealings. He is obsessively, intermittently and worringly passionate about post modernist minimalist architecture, martial arts, satirical comedy, koi, greek stoism, self building, memory athletics, straw bales, meta-learning, bonsai, leadership theory and cob. He has a very patient and long suffering wife and aims to be the best daddy in the world ever.
|Dr Enela Alimeta (f)|
MD MRCGP DFSRH Dr Alimeta originates from Albania and qualified from the University of Tirana Medical School in 1998. She has worked in Ipswich Hospital and joined BPC as a registrar in 2006, after qualifying as a GP she went on to 1st become a full time Associate GP and then achieved partnership in 2010. Dr Almeta's clinical interests include womens health and family planning. At home she is interested in travelling, languages and family life. Here at BPC she is lead Doctor for palliative and terminal care and is responsible for further education and prescribing.
|Dr Arivazhagan Velusamy (m)|
MBBS, MRCS (Edin), MRCGP. Dr Velusamy originates from India and qualified from Tamilnadu Dr M.G.R Medical University in 2002. He has worked in hospital surgical specialties before finishing his GP training in Hereford in 2011. He has joined Burlington Primary Care as a partner in 2015. His special interests include minor surgery and orthopaedics. Outside work he enjoys running, Badminton and Motorcycle riding.
|Dr Zoe Wragg (f)|
(MBChB, MRCGP, DFSRH) grew up just outside of the Lake District and moved to Hull after A-levels where she did a first degree as a Staff Nurse. She worked as a nurse for 4 years before going back to University in Leeds to train as a doctor. She then worked in Leeds, Bradford and Wakefield in West Yorkshire and qualified as a GP in 2008, before moving to Suffolk in summer 2017 to be closer to family, and for a warmer climate. She is a GP Trainer, and specialises in women's health and contraception, training and education, and palliative care. Outside of work she is a keen baker and gardener, and loves musical theatre and dog walking.
|Dr Omololu Ogunniyi (f)|
( BA, MD, MRCGP(2015)) was born in East London, grew up in Lagos, Nigeria and then moved to the US where she completed a Bachelors in Biology and Philosophy at University of St Thomas, Houston in 2000. She went on to study medicine at the Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, qualifying in 2005. She subsequently completed all her post-qualification training in Suffolk, before taking up her role here in September 2015. Her main interests are in holistic patient care, particularly with regards to prevention, self-care and social prescribing. In her spare time, she loves to travel, read, bake, garden, and spending quality time with her family. She is an active member of her local church, playing the keyboard and leading song worship on occasion.