|Dr Mini Nelson|
MBBS, MRCP(Paed), MRCGP
Dr Mini Nelson was born in Nigeria and in 1981 moved to Kerala in India to complete her A levels and subsequently her medical education. Soon after qualifying she met and married her husband and in 1995, in keeping with their spirit for adventure, they came to the UK . She worked in Paediatrics for 11 years before eventually becoming a GP in Norfolk. She has two daughters and her life revolves around her family and her work. She is an avid reader and loves cooking. She is always ready to try various 'curry' recipes!
|Dr Prashanth Prabhu|
MBBS, D'Ortho, MS, DNB, MRCSEd, MRCGP, DFS
Dr Prabhu qualified in 1996 having trained in Bangalore Medical College, India. He then spent 11 years in Orthopaedic Surgery, before starting his GP training in 2007. He loves being a generalist GP and the varied interaction it involves. His wife is also a GP and is blessed with two sons.
|Dr Jane Loughridge|
MBChB, MRCGP, DCH
Dr Jane Loughridge grew up in Belfast, trained at Birmingham University, qualifying in 1989. She did her general practice training in Worcester and then worked in Western Australia. She returned to Birmingham to get married and became a GP partner in 1996. Her husband is a cardiologist and she followed his career working as a GP in Lancashire and then Suffolk. She is delighted now to be settled in South Norfolk. When not working she is kept busy looking after her twin boys, daughter and golden Labrador.
|Dr Dustyn Saint|
MBChB, DRCOG, MRCGP, PGCertMedEd
Dr Dustyn Saint qualified from Leeds Medical School in 2000 and stayed within the Yorkshire region to complete his GP training. He then worked in the Midlands for 8 years as a GP partner and worked to develop the practice to train both undergraduate and postgraduate students. He and his young family moved to Norfolk in 2012 and he worked at a number of practices within the region before settling at Long Stratton as a partner in July 2013.
|Dr Lara Douglass|
MBBS, MRCPCH, MRCGP
Dr Lara Douglass is originally from Suffolk and went to University in Newcastle upon Tyne. She qualified in 1999 and, having spent three years working in paediatrics, undertook her GP training in the North East and Norwich. She completed her training in 2006 and has worked as a GP in Norwich, as well as spending two years working in Western Australia. She has now settled back in Norwich where she lives with her husband and three young children.
|Dr Katie Voigt|
MBchB, DRCOG, MRCGP
Dr Katie Voigt originates from London. She moved to Leicester to complete her medical degree and GP training. She qualified as a doctor in 1999. Dr Voigt is married to an Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon and together they have lived in the Midlands, Suffolk and Canada before settling in Norfolk with their three children. In her free time, Dr Voigt enjoys contemporary fiction, gardening and walking her young spanial in the glorious Norfolk countryside.
|Dr Gerry Turnbull|
Dr Gerry Turbull qualified as a doctor from the UEA in 2012 and completed her GP training in 2017. Initially Gerry trained at St Thomas' Hospital in London as a nurse and later as a midwife but decided to further her studies in medicine.
She is delighted to be back at Long Stratton Medical Partnership which was her first post in her GP training scheme in 2014. Gerry has three grown up children and now lives with her husband and two small dogs and enjoys playing tennis, cycling and spending time dog walking on the beautiful Norfolk Norfolk coast.
|Dr Richard Draeger|
BSc(hons), PGCE, PhD, MRCGP, MBBS
Dr Richard Draeger recently qualified as a GP at the University of East Anglia. He initially undertook a degree in applied genetics followed by a PGCE in secondary science and a PhD at the John Innes Centre in Norwich. In his spare time he can usually be found at home with his family messing around with DIY, doing something in the garden or solving three dimensional puzzles.
|Dr Nipuna Senaratne|
MA MB BChir
Nipuna is a Foundation Year 2 Doctor and is with the practice for 4 months. He completed his medical degree at the University of Cambridge and has since had a year training at the James Paget University Hospital. Outside of medicine his passion lies in sport especially cricket and hockey which is continues to play in Norwich. He hopes to apply for GP training and then further train to become a Sports Medicine Physician.
|Dr Olumide Ayodele|
Olumide is with the practice for one year. He trained in Nigeria and qualified in 2012. He worked for a while in Ipswich before moving to Norwich to start his GP training in 2016. He enjoys the calmness of the countryside with his wife.