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Nurses

Many of the things that you might think you need to see a doctor about can often be dealt with by our nurses, all whom have been trained to deal with medical problems; for some things the nurse is more experienced at dealing with the problem than a doctor.  


They are available for pre-bookable and on the day treatment room duties, including: Routine blood pressure checks, HRT and contraceptive prescribing, cervical smears, minor illness management (coughs, colds, sore throats, urine infections and other newly presenting problems), wound care, ear care, immunisations, management of diabetes, coronary heart disease, asthma and COPD and many other conditions come within their expertise.

Sister Sarah Kirby, RGN (f)

Team Lead

Specialities: Minor Illness, Diabetes

Sister Karen Moore, RGN (f)

Deputy Nurse Lead

Independent Prescriber  Specialities: Family Planning/Sexual Health (fitting contraceptive implant devices), Asthma/COPD, Travel Health, Leg Ulcer Management

Sister Anne Larsen, RGN (f)

Practice Nurse


Specialities: Family Planning/Sexual Health (fitting coils and contraceptive implant devices), Minor Illness, Travel Health, Leg Ulcer Management

Sister Jane Murphy, RGN (f)

Practice Nurse

Specialities: Asthma/COPD, Minor Illness

Sister Wendy Tate, BSc (Hons) RGN (f)

Practice Nurse

Specialities: Diabetes, Family Planning, Renal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease

Sister Vanessa Smith, RGN (f)

Practice Nurse

Independent Prescriber  Specialities: Diabetes, Minor Illness, Travel Health

Sister Sam O'Neill, RGN (f)

Practice Nurse

Specialities: Minor Illness

Sister Jane Burrows, BSc (Hons) RGN (f)

Practice Nurse

Specialities: Minor Illness, Travel Health

Sister Judy Dame, RGN (f)

Practice Nurse

Specialities: Minor Illness

Sister Catherine Keech, RGN (f)

Practice Nurse

Specialities: dermatology, diabetes

 

Primary Care Practitioner

Mr Paul Walton (m)
Mr Steven Golding (m)

Paul and Steven are experienced paramedics who have recently joined our ‘Acute Illness Team’ to see patients newly presenting with minor illness and injury, such as coughs and colds, sore throats, earaches, urine infections, sprains and strains. The ‘Acute Illness Team’ is made up of GPs, nurses and primary care practitioners for patients requiring same-day appointments. You may be spoken to on the telephone by one of the clinicians to decide who is the most appropriate member of the team for you to see.

Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare Assistants (HCAs) are available for pre-bookable and on the day appointments.  The HCAs can see patients for blood tests, anti-coagulation/warfarin checks, NHS Health Checks, spirometry testing, ECGs, blood pressure monitoring, some wound care and some vaccinations.  They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.

Mrs Hayley Chiarizia (f)

NVQ Level III

Miss Michelle Tilley (f)

NVQ Level III (Training)

Miss Jade Mills (f)

NVQ Level III (Training)

Mrs Iram Shaheen (f)

NVQ Level III

Miss Hannah Littler (f)
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