Allied Health Professionals
- Mr Tobi Amadasun – Male, Clinical Pharmacist and Partner
MRPharmS IP MAPCPharm MBA
Tobi Amadasun joined the Breckland Alliance in 2018 as Lead Clinical Pharmacist. He works across all three Breckland sites. He became a Partner at the Practice in 2019 and helps support the leadership of the practices across the Alliance. Tobi has a background in Community Pharmacy, Care homes services, Pharmacy business development and General Practice. He is a graduate of the University of East Anglia (Pharmacy), University of Birmingham (Independent Prescribing) and London school of Commerce (MBA). He has a passion for Elderly medicine, Type 2 diabetes and Medicines Management. A local to Watton, Tobi lives in the area with his wife Khadija and two young children. Tobi enjoys involvement in several activities within the community and is a regular guest speaker at the local diabetes society. He enjoys playing Football, reading and spending time with family. A patient in the practice himself, Tobi sits on the board of the Patient Participation Group (PPG) and serves as the vice-chairman.
- Mr Mark Bilby – Male, Advanced Paramedic Practitioner
MCPara PG Dip
Mark joined Watton Medical Practice in April 2018 following a period of working in Acute Medicine at the James Paget Hospital. He started his clinical career with the Royal Navy, becoming a Petty Officer, and has more than 35 years of patient care experience in both military and civilian settings. After working in prehospital care in both the West Country and Norfolk, including several years on the East Anglian Air Ambulance, Mark became one of the UK’s first Advanced Emergency Care Practitioners. He was appointed an Advanced ECP and Team Leader at Whitechapel Walk In Centre, eventually becoming Deputy Lead Clinician and leading its closure and amalgamation into the Emergency Department and Urgent Care Centre at the Royal London Hospital, developing his skills and knowledge in treating illness and injury, including paediatric patients. Missing Norfolk, he moved back to work in Primary Care.In 2015 Mark was appointed as a Senior Lecturer in Medical Education at Norwich Medical School and is Module Lead for Primary Care on the new and innovative Physician Associate Programme. Mark has lived in many places through both his, and his father’s military service. However, Norfolk has always been “home” with family roots on both sides. Mark is married to Karen, who is a Business Manager for the NHS locally, and they live in Gorleston with their rescue Staffy….Kevin. They have five children between them and have recently become grandparents for the first time. Outside work Mark is a keen motorcyclist, both on and off road. He and Karen tour on their Triumph motorcycle, he is an enthusiastic cook and enjoys a glass of wine.
- Mr Rob Mackie – Male, Advanced Paramedic Practitioner
McPara DipIMC DipIEEC DipPHC
Rob joined Watton Medical Practice in 2015 and has specialised in Primary Care for 30 years. Previously he was a member of the Royal Air Force for 23 years, seeing operational services in Norway, Falkland Islands, Bosnia, Kosovo, Sierra Leone, and Democratic Republic of Congo to name a few areas. Rob left the RAF in 2000 and started managing Helimed Aeromedical Services, providing Helicopter Emergency Medical Services to major sporting events such as F1 Grand Prix, WRC, F1 Offshore Powerboat Championships, World and British Super Bike Championships. He then moved on to serve with EEAST as a Paramedic Practitioner, Clinical Operations Manager in Out of Hours and Clinical Director to CareUK in Suffolk and North Essex. His partner Daryl is a GP and Clinical Director of NCH&C in Norfolk, and he has 2 sons both in their 20’s. He is also a member of the Emergency Medical Response Team at Snetterton Race Circuit. His interests are generally outdoors/water sport based. He enjoys surfing, kayaking, climbing, travelling, walking, reading, listening to music and walking his beloved Jack Russell, Nalu.
- Jen Reilly – Female
Jen Reilly RN (2010) NMP Qualified from the University of East Anglia and began her career working in various Accident and Emergency departments before moving into general practice firstly within a walk-in centre then various Surgeries within Norfolk. Jen is currently undertaking a master’s in advanced practice. She spends her spare time with her husband and her three children.