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|Dr Marinus Rosbergen|
Artsexamen (Rotterdam 1993)
Marinus Rosbergen became a partner in October 1999. He works as a 3/4 time partner (6 sessions per week), spending the rest of his time chasing after his children. Marinus qualified in The Netherlands, and went on to train as a GP in Stafford (Staffordshire).
Marinus is married and has two children, Falko (born in 1999) and Femke (born in 2002). A member of the Dutch National Team for middle distance running in 1989/90, when he can tear himself away from his children and DIY, he loves to be out on his bike.
Marinus is the Senior Partner of the practice and is also responsible for the practice CQC compliance.
|Dr Klaus Koch|
M.R.C.G.P., D.R.C.O.G., D.C.H. Staatsexamen (Heidelberg) 1994
Klaus Koch graduated from the University of Heidelberg, Germany in 1994 and has worked in Barcelona, London, Sheffield and Cambridge (GP training) but found the arrival of children Tim (1998) and Nikolas (1999) meant finally settling down. His wife, Hella Simper, is a part-time GP and GP tutor at the UEA in Norwich. As a family they enjoy the historic sites of East Anglia as well as its coast. They enjoy music and play various instruments and are keen on sports, including sailing, tennis and skiing.
Klaus is a GP tutor teaching Year 1 medical students from the UEA in our practice. He joined the Theatre Royal Surgery in April 2006, having worked with us since October 2005 as a regular GP locum. He also works for the out of hours service.
From July 2017 Klaus will be the practice Managing Partner, taking over the managerial role from Val Harvey.
|Dr Krupa Patel|
Krupa Patel qualified as a doctor in 2011 from the Charles University in Prague and trained as a GP in Norfolk. Originally from London after her university training she decided to move to Norfolk where she has now settled down.
She previously worked as a Locum GP and decided to join Theatre Royal Surgery in December 2017 as a salaried GP where she works 6 sessions a week.
She enjoys spending time outdoors, running and swimming and has previously run a couple of marathons.
Krupa aims to train as a GP tutor and is currently responsible for safeguarding at the practice.
Lydia graduated from Brighton and Sussex Medical School in July 2015 and undertook foundation training in the East of England with posts at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge and West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds. She has spent the last couple of years living and working as a junior doctor in New Zealand and has now returned to the UK to complete her GP training in Norfolk. She is originally from Suffolk and loves spending time at the coast and in the countryside.
Lydia will be with Theatre Royal Surgery on a six month placement as part of her GP training as of August 2019.