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NEWSFLASH

 With a proud history of providing Primary Health Care Services for over 40 years in the center of Ipswich we are excited to offer new posts as General Practitioners.SEE THE ADVERT

 

Patient Online

 Giving you more choice in accessing GP services

 What is patient online?

Patient online will help you to take greater control of your health and wellbeing by increasing online access to services.

 You can now access the following services online:

  • Book Appointments
  • Renew Prescription
  • View your GP record

To access these services online you will need to collect an application form from the surgery. Complete, sign and bring this to the surgery together with 2 forms of identification (one with a photograph and one recent document showing your current address). If you have any difficulty with this please speak to one of our receptionist.  Your request will then be processed and registration details will be sent to you in the post.

 

WHAT'S NEW

SHINGLES VACCINE

The shingles vaccine is now available to all those aged 70 or 79 years.

 

CHLAMYDIA

New screening service for 15 to 25 year olds

WEB NEWS

 

You can now book select appointments online.

 

Doctors

Dr Hubert Lelijveld (m)Dr Hubert Lelijveld (m)
MB BS

Dr Lelijveld considers himself to be a "Citizen of Europe". He qualified at Middlesex Hospital Medical School in London in 1987. After working and training in hospitals he qualified as a GP in 1994 and joined the Practice. Dr Lelijveld describes himself as an old fashioned GP - a true generalist. He is married with two children and is keen on rugby, aviation and sailing.
At BPC he is responsible for Human Resource issues.
Dr Denis Allen (m)Dr Denis Allen (m)
MB ChB DA MRCGP

Dr Allen originates from Sheffield in Yorkshire and stayed in the "City of Steel" until he qualified at Sheffield University Medical School in 1985. He then worked as an anaesthetist in Yorkshire and Manchester before qualifying as a GP in 1994. Dr Allen moved down south to join BPC in 1995 where his clinical interests include thyroid disease and epilepsy. At home he is interested in technology, the Arts and enjoys cooking and gardening. He is also a fan of "Sci-Fi".
He is responsible for information technology and finance at the practice.
Dr Alastair Flett (m)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)Dr Dean Dorsett (m)
BA(Oxon) MB BS MRCGP

Dr Dorsett originates from Dominica in the Lesser Antilles archipelago of the Caribbean. He attended Oxford University and qualified from St Georges Medical School, London University 2000. He has previous experience of working in A+E before joining BPC in 2005 as our GP Registrar, he then worked as one of our Associate GPs before achieving partnership in February 2008. Dr Dorsett's clinical interests include ultrasound scanning and he works as a Forensic Medical Examiner. He is studying for a Masters in business admin. Outside interests include architecture, martial arts and custom motorcycles.
At BPC he is a trainer for GP Registrars.
Dr Enela Alimeta (f)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 and is in the process of mastering a Suffolk accent.
Here at BPC she is lead Doctor for palliative and terminal care and is responsible for further education and prescribing.
Dr Charlotte Armour (f)
MBBS MRCGPC_Armour_bkgr

Dr Armour is from Billericay and qualified at St Bartholomews and the Royal London School of Medicine in 2005.
 She joined BPC in 2010 as an Associate GP. She has previously worked in Canterbury and held hospital posts including Psychiatry, Palliative Medicine and Paediatrics. Dr Armour is responsible for liaison for any issues regarding Safeguarding of Children.
She lives just outside Ipswich with her husband and a golden retriever and relaxes by walking, cycling, diving, and track driving!
 
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