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Dr Ian Haczewski


Senior Partner

After studying medicine at the Royal London Hospital and graduating in 1983, Dr Haczewski joined the practice in 1988.

He specialises in respiration medicine, cardiology and acupuncture, and is an honorary senior lecturer with the University of East Anglia School of Medicine. In 2011 he qualified as a licenced Master Practitioner in Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), which enhances change work through conversational therapy and hypnotherapy.

His passions include the teaching of medicine to his students, music, films and travelling.

Dr Ciara Killeen



Dr Killeen graduated from the Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin Ireland in 1992, and was awarded the Corrigan prize for clinical medicine.

She pursued a career in internal medicine and nephrology and came to the Royal Free hospital and the Royal London to complete specialist training in nephrology.

During her specialist training scheme Dr Killeen was fortunate to be given an opportunity to work in general practice and dual qualified in general practice and nephrology in 2001.

Dr Killeen joined Manor Farm Medical Centre as a partner in 2004. Her special interests include internal medicine, nephrology and family planning and reproductive health. She offers a range of family planning service including insertion of intrauterine contraceptive devices and implanon.

She is married with 2 children, and her passions include medicine, horses and hill walking.

Dr Stephen Higgins

MBBS (1999 London)


Dr Stephen Higgins' specialist interests include minor surgery, hypertension, and diabetes.

He was brought up in East Anglia and studied medicine at St George's Hospital, London. Dr Higgins has worked in various locations throughout the UK and Australia, mainly in Accident and Emergency departments.

Dr Higgins is married with a young family.

Dr Joanna Skinner



Specialising in women's health.

Dr Skinner has three children and enjoys swimming, tennis and spending time with her family.

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