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Meet the Practices

There are 38 practices that make up the CCG, each part of a Primary Care Network (PCN). There are 8 PCNs across Ipswich and East Suffolk.

Primary Care Networks

Primary Care Networks (PCNs) are a key part of the NHS Long Term Plan, with general practices being a part of a network, typically covering 30,000-50,000 patients. The networks will provide the structure and funding for services to be developed locally, in response to the needs of the patients they serve.

Barrack Lane and Ivry Street PCN Deben Health Group (DHG) South PCN
  • Barrack Lane Medical Centre (Stoke Park)
  • Ivry Street Medical Practice
  • Framfield House, Woodbridge
  • Little St John’s Street Surgery, Woodbridge
  • The Peninsula Practice, Alderton (Orford, Church Farm Aldeburgh)
  • Wickham Market Medical Centre (Rendlesham)
East Ipswich PCN
East Suffolk PCN
  • Orchard Medical Practice
  • Ravenswood Medical Practice
  • Dr Solway & Dr Mallick Practice

  • Cardinal Medical Practice, Ipswich
  • Combs Ford Surgery
  • Debenham Group Practice (Otley & Grundisburgh)
  • Derby Road Practice (Pinewood)
  • Eye Health Centre
  • Fressingfield Medical Centre (Stradbroke)
  • Haven Health, Felixstowe
  • Howard House Surgery, Felixstowe
  • Martlesham Surgery
  • Mendlesham Health Centre (Bacton)
  • Stow Health, Stowmarket
  • The Birches Medical Centre, Kesgrave
  • Grove Medical Centre, Felixstowe
North East Coastal PCN North East Ipswich PCN
  • Framlingham Surgery (Earl Soham)
  • Leiston Surgery (Yoxford)
  • Saxmundham Health

  • Felixstowe Road Medical Practice
  • Two Rivers Medical Centre
Orwell PCN South Rural PCN
  • Burlington Primary Care
  • Hawthorn Drive Surgery
  • Bildeston Health Centre
  • Constable Country Medical Practice (East Bergholt and Capel St Mary)
  • Hadleigh Health Centre (Boxford)
  • The Holbrook and Shotley Practice
  • Needham Market Country Practice
Unaligned - PCN opt out
  • Ixworth Surgery (Stanton)

Take a look at our interactive CCG Area Map to see the locations of each GP practice and branch surgeries.

Practice Addresses and Practice Managers - May 2021

PCN Clinical Directors - November 2020

Each practice has a Patient Participation Group 

Patient Participation Groups (PPGs) are run locally by volunteer patients and practice managers and help strengthen the relationship between practices and their patients. PPGs contribute ideas, feedback and suggestions directly to their practices.

If you would like to join a PPG, please contact your GP practice directly. 

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