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Practice Management

Trudy Dye

Operations Manager

Trudy, one of our most experienced and long-serving staff, was our full-time, lead receptionist, but in March 2012 was promoted to Assistant Practice Manager.  She is responsible for the day to day running of the practice and principally deals with IT and Information Governance, personnel and complaints together with a wide range of other duties! 

Married, with two adult children, Trudy has lived in Dereham for many years.  Her hobbies include walking and caring for their two whippets, Whisper and Lola.

Tracey Mann

Finance Manager

Tracey was appointed as Finance Manager from April 2017.  Having formerly worked as part of our surgery finance team she has taken overall responsibility for the surgery accounting processes, payroll, pensions and budgetary control alongside many other managerial duties. 

Tracey is an experienced member of our team who has previously worked in a variety of roles including receptionist, clinical records summariser, rota organisation and student administrator.

Nicky Seaton

Management Personal Assistant

Nicky works part-time as the Management Team Assistant helping Dr. Koch, Trudy and Tracey with their work as well as various financial duties including reconciling income, production of invoices, chasing any outstanding payments, co-ordinating our year end paperwork and organising maintenance and repairs to the building.   A substantial part of her job involves administering the surgery purchasing and stock control - everything from stationery to cleaning materials and clinical equipment and is also responsible for the practice monthly returns to the Prescription Pricing Bureau.

Nicky is an experienced member of our team and has previously worked as part of our reception team and as PA to Val Harvey.


Rebecca Haynes

Audit Administrator

Becky has particular responsibility for organising our recalls, statistics, auditing and clinical reporting.  She is the person that makes sure we meet our annual clinical targets and works closely with the doctors and nursing team to capture all the necessary data.   

Having joined the practice in 1993, Becky is one of our most experienced staff and we're very pleased that she decided to return to work part-time after the birth of her son, Oliver.

Beckie Mantle

Administration Apprentice 

Beckie joined the team in December 2018 on a one year administration apprenticeship. Her main role is scanning the incoming clinical letters that come into the practice from the hospitals and other services. She also deals with all of the outgoing post from the surgery and completes other general clerical duties. 


Emma Beckham

Reception Team Lead


Emma originally joined us to take care of the administrative work of a member of staff away on maternity leave.  She quickly took on a varied portfolio of duties including scanning incoming documents into the clinical records, post and filing.

In April 2015 Emma took on the role of Acting Reception Team Leader whilst Stephanie Brown was on maternity leave and has since been promoted to Reception Team Leader permanently.

Terry Rollo

Deputy Reception Team Lead

Terry joined the practice in 2015 on a one year contract to fill the vacancy left by Emma Beckham (who at the time was Acting Reception Team Leader covering maternity leave and has since taken this position permanently).  She has quickly become a valued member of our team and has tackled the steep learning curve of the reception workload with enthusiasm and professionalism. As of the beginning of 2018 Terry has joined Emma and works alongside her as Deputy Reception Team Lead.

Terry is also sharing the workload, along with Rebecca Haynes, of patient registrations and deductions which is a new challenge for her but she is looking forward to learning something different from her normal reception role. 

Serena Ottaway


Serena joined the reception team in June 2018 and came from a teaching assistant role in a school.  She settled into the role well and is looking forward to learning new aspects of administration within a medical setting. 

Lewis Johnson


Lewis joined the administration team in July 2018 with a plan to complete a one year apprenticeship. However a vacancy in reception opened up in December and as Lewis had settled into his role in the administration office so well it was decided that he would take this full time post instead. He has fitted into his new receptionist role with ease and is enjoying learning a new area of general practice.


Kirsty Green

Medical Secretary

Kirsty has been with the practice since September 2015 where she began a one year administration apprenticeship.  Following on from this, she was promoted to a full time contract as one of the surgery's receptionists and then as of June 2018 she has taken on the role of medical secretary.  As part of her secretarial duties she is responsible for not only typing referrals, but for liaising with patients, the hospitals and GPs and monitoring incoming results requiring action.  She is also in charge of maintaining the surgery website and Facebook page and producing the practice newsletter.

Finally Kirsty is also the surgery's Palliative Care Coordinator and attends the practice palliative care meetings to take minutes and update our database.

Alicia Element

Secretarial Assistant/Receptionist

Alicia has worked at the practice since October 2016 and is part of our reception team.  Previous to taking on her receptionist role she was our administration apprentice.  Alicia is also responsible for running the monthly report of patients who have missed their appointments at the surgery.

As of June 2019 she will be joining our administration to work closely alongside Kirsty to help with secretarial duties such as typing, monitoring incoming results requiring action and liaising with GPs, hospitals and patients.

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