Dr Tim Morton
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Dr Tim Morton
Beccles Medical Centre
07970 86081607970 860816
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Dr Tim Morton qualified at the Westminster Hospital Medical School (now sadly part of Imperial College) in 1983 and undertook VTS training in Great Yarmouth when the James Paget Hospital was relatively new. He left to work in Australia and New Zealand for 3 years before returning and eventually joining Beccles Medical Centre as a partner in 1990.

The practice has grown to be one of the largest practices in the East of England with over 20,000 patients and an increasing number of partners. He was one of the original fund-holders in the early 1990’s and over the years been closely involved in several commissioning initiatives. He holds an honorary contract with East of England Ambulance Trust as a pre-hospital trauma doctor and is a member of Norfolk Accident Rescue Service with a special interest in Major Incident Management (especially flu pandemics!). He uses these skills as the Senior Racecourse Medical Officer at Great Yarmouth racecourse each flat racing season treating the likes of Frankie Dettori et al.

Maintaining a work-life balance he finds relaxation by engaging in endurance sport especially triathlons and is a member of Tri-Anglia triathlon club and Bungay Black Dog Running Club. He is often confused with his identical twin brother Dr Nick Morton (Bowthorpe/Trinity St Surgeries, Norwich and East of England Ambulance Trust Associate Medical Director).

As Chair his aim is similar to the motto of the Los Angeles Police Academy “To Protect and to Serve” primary care in Norfolk and Waveney in these challenging times.


Dr Ian Hume
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Dr Ian Hume
Parish Fields Surgery
07590 67412007590 674120
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Ian Hume qualified from the London hospital in 1985 and has worked in several hospitals in East Anglia including vocational training at the West Suffolk Hospital at Bury St Edmunds.

He then practised for three years as a single-handed practitioner in Chelmsford, and at that time joined the, then Essex, LMC. In 1993 he moved to Norfolk and joined his present surgery in Diss, which is a market town, part-dispensing practice. At the same time he also joined the then Norfolk LMC and has, during that time, been a member of the Additional Partner Subcommittee, the Dispensing Subcommittees, a member of the LMC Executive, and has represented his colleagues at both the Annual Conference of LMCs and the BMA Annual Representative Meeting (ARM). Other interests have included membership of the Suffolk and Norfolk Workforce Consortium and input into the complaints system. He became Vice Chairman in 1999 and Chairman in 2000, a post he held until 2012.

Ian Hume is also the elected representative for Norfolk and Suffolk on the General Practitioners Committee of the BMA where he has a particular interest in practice finance, premises development and pharmacy issues.



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The LMC Office is located at the Wymondham Medical Centre and is open Monday to Thursday 9am - 5pm.

Ms Mel Benfell and Mrs Naomi Woodhouse undertake the roles of Principal Executive Officer, working alongside the LMC Chair and Medical Secretary. Also supporting the Committee is Mrs Jessica Dawson, Part-time Executive Officer.

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