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FLU CLINICS                                                                                                                                                           If you are entitled to a flu vaccination please make a note of our open flu clinics below. (There is no need to make an appointment)   

Barrack Lane    

Thursday 16 November: 8.30am - 6.00pm

Stoke Park

Thursday 19 October:- 8.30am - 5.30pm                          

Named GP

All patients registered at Barrack Lane Medical Centre hold a practice wide registration. This means you can elect to be seen at either Barrack Lane or Stoke Park site. Every patient is allocated a named GP, but this does not prevent you from seeing the clinician of your choice if they have availability. If you would like more details please contact us or ask at reception.

When you need to be seen...   

We will offer you a same day appointment with a member of our On the Day Team. Appointments can be arranged by calling the surgery direct or can be booked on line. Our On the Day team are supported by a designated Duty Doctor who is available for urgent problems.

To save a time consuming trip to the surgery...

Our clinicians are available each day for telephone consultations and to provide advice.

When you need a follow-up appointment or are asked to come back...

Our reception staff will organise a telephone assessment for you, with a clinician of your choice, who will call you back to discuss your needs and arrange a face to face appointment if you agree that one is needed. 

Keep or Cancel

Patients who do not attend for their appointments cost the National Health Service many millions of pounds each year.

If you cannot attend an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible in order for us to give the slot to someone else.

You can also text us to cancel your appointment on:

07757 006431  Barrack Lane 

07757 006363 Stoke Park

By giving us as much notice as you can you are helping us to make sure that someone else is given your slot.

Out of Hours

For urgent advice after the surgery has closed, during the night and at weekends dial 111 for the Out of Hours Service for Suffolk. Calls to this service are free of charge from both landlines and mobiles. 

Test Results

Specimens need to be dropped in at the reception desk by 12 noon so that we can send the samples off to the laboratories.  Please ring for results after 2.30pm when the surgery is less busy.

 

Doctors

Dr Juno Jesuthasan (m)Dr Juno Jesuthasan (m)
MB BS (London 1984) MRCP MRCGP Being with the practice since 1989, I was actually a young man when I first arrived! I have a keen interest in education in all its forms and feel it is the path to great patient care and personal fulfilment. However, I strongly believe that we can only do a great job for you if we have a great team behind us and on that score we feel we are getting stronger every year. I love the job and the patient contact and couldn’t see myself doing anything else - though see below! My interests outside medicine are horse racing, sport, technology, cars and the media including the arts, films, TV and music. In addition to my role at the surgery I am also a Programme Director at the Ipswich GP Training Scheme [which means I am normally not at the practice on Tuesday afternoons], a GP Trainer, a GP Appraiser and a Medical Officer at Newmarket racecourse.
Dr Dipika Thakerar (f)Dr Dipika Thakerar (f)
MB BS (B.J. Med 1984) LRCP MRCS LMSSA Docc.Med MRCGP
After completing my GP training in Surrey, I moved to Ipswich and have been with the practice since 1992. I have seen the Practice progress from Berners Street Surgery to Barrack Lane Medical Centre.

I have an interest in all aspects of the Practice, specifically children, and contraception/maternity care, etc. I enjoy training future doctors. I also work as an Occupational Health Physician at the Ipswich Hospital and get involved with companies dealing with work related problems.
Dr Ehsan Ahmadi (m)

(MBBS) DRCOG FDSRH MRCGP DCH - Dr Ahmadi trained at Istanbul ehUniversity and registered as a GP in 2004. He is a GP Trainer and also teaches Medical Students from the University of East Anglia. He is also Clinical Lead for the Suffolk Out of Hours Service and has a knowledge of several different languages. 


 

Dr Debasish Banerjee (m)

DebsMBBS DNB(MS) MRCGP( Lond) MRCS(ed) MRCS(I) DRCOG DFFP DCH(I)DPD(Cardiff) PGCME FRCGP (Lond) 

Dr Banerjee trained in the UK & India and registered in 2004. He specialises  in surgery & dermatology.

He is a Trainer for GP Registrars and a Senior Clinical Lecturer for the University of East Anglia Medical Students.

He is also the Medical Lead for 111 Suffolk and a Director on the board of Suffolk Federation of doctors. He also appraises GP's in Suffolk.

Outside of Medicine he likes to play his Fenders Stratocaster and paint when he has the time.

Dr Darren West (m)Dr Darren West (m)
MB BS (2001) MRCGP I am the youngest and newest permanent addition to the doctors at Barrack Lane Medical Centre. I trained at the Royal London and St Bartholomew’s Medical School. After qualifying in 2001 I spent a year working in London before deciding to move to Ipswich with my wife. After training at Ipswich hospital for 2 years on the GP Training Scheme, I joined Barrack Lane for my final year’s training. I enjoyed working with the staff and patients here so much I decided to stay on permanently after completing my training in 2005. I have not currently developed any areas of special interest. I am happy to see and offer help and advice to any patients either in person or over the telephone.
Dr Anila Mamujee (f)
AnilaWe are pleased to welcome back Dr Mamujee who has rejoined the Practice as a Salaried GP. Dr Mamujee will be based at Stoke Park Medical Centre, working two days a week on a Tuesday and Thursday.
GP Speciality Trainees (f)

GP Speciality Trainees are usually with the practice for a period of one year. They are fully qualified doctors who have had at least two years post qualification experience in hospital medicine and are now in their last year of training to become General Practitioners. They may sometimes be under supervision by another doctor during consultations or for training purposes. Your consent will always be sought on these occasions.

 

 
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