Doctors and Clinical Team

GP Partner – Dr Ian Smith
Dr Smith qualified as a doctor in 1985 and joined the practice as GP partner in 1995. Dr Smith works 8 sessions. Dr Smith is the practice prescribing lead and represents the practice at the Primary Care Development and Primary Care Network meetings once a month and manages the Clinical PCN team.

GP Partner – Dr Seyed Izzadeen
Dr Izzadeen qualified as GP in August 2019 and completed his GP registrar ST3 post at Sheringham Medical Practice. Dr Izzadeen became a Salaried GP with the practice in February 2020 and has become a Partner in April 2022. Dr Izzadeen works Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Dr Izzadeen is responsible for managing the Nursing and Residential homes in Sheringham.

GP Partner – Dr Sean Ward
I grew up in the North East with a passion for sports and exercise, which led me to a degree in Sport at Durham University. I went on to work in youth work, on community projects and management in children services for local government. A change of career path brought me to Norfolk and I completed my medical training at the University of East Anglia, along with a masters in medical research. I have a passion for medical education and have worked as an associate tutor at University of East Anglia for the past 7 years teaching medical students. I have an interest in Public Heath and have been involved in a number of research projects. Outside of work I enjoy the outdoors and especially love walking on the wonderful Norfolk Beaches. I also enjoy running, basketball and golf. For those of you who have already met me you will find that I am avid follower of Dr Chatterjee whose web site, podcasts and various internet feeds have lots of useful hints and tips on how to feel better and live more

I joined Sheringham Medical Practice as a Partner on 3rd January 2023 and am enjoying being part of a fantastic team.

GP Partner – Dr Kate Forrest
Joined Sheringham Medical Practice as a Partner on 3rd January 2023

Salaried GP – Dr Martyn Scott
Dr Scott qualified as a doctor in 1980 and joined the practice as a GP partner in 1998. Dr Scott works on Tuesdays. Dr Scott the GP trainer and supervises the GP registrars in practice

Salaried GP – Dr Adam Walton
Dr Walton qualified as a doctor in 2015 and completed his GP training in August 2020. He is employed by Sheringham Medical Practice as a salaried GP working Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. During his GP training, Dr Walton also obtained the Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (DRCOG) and a postgraduate certificate in medical education (PGCert Med Ed). Dr Walton is trained in joint injections and in his spare time enjoys reading, seeing friends, and exploring North Norfolk’s stunning countryside and beaches.

GP Locum – Dr Sian Thomas