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Please bear with us as we launch our new phone system on Wed 20th October2021. Our old system was not able to cope with the huge volumes of calls we are now receiving and the contract ending means we have been able to take on board many your comments and suggestions. Like with anything new, it will take our staff a bit of getting used to but we are hopeful you will quickly notice significant improvements.

Nurse Practitioners

Sister Melanie Bott (f)

Sister Bott is our Nurse Manager and, as a qualified Nurse Practitioner she can examine patients at an advanced level, diagnose and treat as appropriate and issue prescriptions.

Sister Jennifer Cavalier (f)
Sister Debbie Davis (f)
Sister Michelle Ferguson (f)
Sister Melissa Robinson (f)
Mr Tony Fenby (m)

Specialist Nurses

Sister Vanessa Middleton (f)

Diabetes Specialist Nurse

Sister Penny Childs (f)

Diabetes Specialist Nurse

Sister Melissa Leach (f)

Practice Community Matron

Tatenda Makombe (m)

Mental Health Practitioner

Sharon Burns (f)

Mental Health Practitioner

Nurses

Sister Mary Jeffries (f)
Sister Karen Naish (f)
Sister Rachel Floyd (f)
Sister Paula Jarman (f)
Sister Jean Parsons (f)
Sister Laura Auger (f)

All of our Practice Nurses are qualified Registered General Nurses. They can help with health issues such as family planning, healthy living advice, blood pressure checks, vaccinations including travel vaccination and dressings. The practice nursing team run clinics for long-term health conditions such as asthma and diabetes and carry out cervical smears.

Healthcare Assistants

Mrs Mandy Smith (f)
Mrs Trisha Goswell (f)
Mrs Roxanna Din (f)
Annie Wright (f)
Stacy Millin (f)
Sarah Sheppard (f)
Gillian Kyle (f)
Cherrelle Adams (f)

Healthcare assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.

Phlebotomists

Mrs Gill Waddington (f)
Jake Taylor (m)
 
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