Welcome to Theatre Royal Surgery
Download our March 2018 Newsletter by clicking here.
View our useful leaflet on 'Who to see at TRS' by clicking here.
As some of our patients may remember, last year we had 2 Physicians Associates join us from the UEA medical school. We are lucky enough to have another 2 joining us on a 6 week placement this year.
Physicians Associates are highly trained practitioners that have all the skills of a doctor but are not yet able to prescribe.
They will be joining us to see how general practice works and every patient that they assess will be reviewed by a GP afterwards with the PA. This allows them to acquire skills and become more familiar with problems in primary care.
We have one female and one male PA joining us on a 6 week placement and they will see all of the usual problems that a GP would deal with.
We would be grateful if you would assist us in providing a good learning experience for them. Thank you in advance.
Please see a short introduction from each of them below.
'I am a final year Physician Associate and I will be learning from working within the practice for six weeks. I most recently worked at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. Prior to that I worked as a physiotherapist in Brighton.'
Henry will be joining us on 3 April 2018.
'Hi my name is Iman Satar. I am a 2nd Year Physician Associate student at the UEA. I graduated from the University of Aberdeen having studied Physiology. I enjoy travelling, spending time with family and friends and good food.'
Iman will be joining us on 10 April 2018.
The Theatre Royal Surgery team takes pride in offering the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.
We offer clinics for chronic disease care and offer a wide variety of other medical services such as antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations as well as online access enabling patients to book certain types of appointment and order repeat medication.
Theatre Royal Surgery is a teaching practice and works with the UEA Medical School providing tuition to first year medical students.
In addition to everything you need to know about the practice you will also find a wealth of health-related information in the menu on the right hand side.
We welcome feedback about our practice and the new web site so please don't hesitate to get in touch and give us your views.
Access to records online
From 1st April 2016 patients will have the facility to view additional information in their medical record online. As well as a summary of information relating to medication, allergies and adverse reactions, coded data is also now included. Access to this information requires additional security considerations.
Any patient wishing to use this facility will need to apply in person to our reception team. Your identity will need to be verified by means of photographic documentation and it will be necessary to read and understand an explanatory leaflet before consenting and applying to access your records online.
(Site updated 18/04/2018)