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Nurse Practitioners

Sarah Williams

Roy Martin

Jane Macdonald


Jill Gooderham

Lindsey Bateman

Kirsten Drury

Gemma Short

The nursing team offer appointments during surgery opening hours which can be pre booked or made on the day.  They also provide emergency and urgent care as required. 

The practice nurses liaise with doctors, health care assistants and reception staff in all aspects of patient care.  Working as a part of an integrated team the role includes the following areas of health care:

• Education
• Health checks
• Dressings/wound care
• Removal of sutures/clips
• Ear syringing
• Hypertension Monitoring
• Venepuncture
• Vaccinations (child & travel)
• Smears
• Chronic disease – Asthma /COPD / Diabetic reviews
• Spirometry
• STI / Contraception / HRT
• Cervical cytology/IUD checks
• Management of diabetic patients on insulin

Health Practitioners

Claire Larder

Claire Larder- Advanced Clinical Practitioner

David Martin - Clinical Pharmacist

Healthcare Assistants

Samantha Rouse

Anne Holland

Marie Skelton

Sarah Watkin

Reah Morphew

Jayne Fytche 

The Health Care Assistant team provide support to the doctors, nurse practitioners and practice nurses.  The Health Care team are able to offer appointments for:

• Health checks/Lifestyle advice – this includes Blood Pressure checks, Cholesterol tests, Smoking Cessation advice and referral, Alcohol intake advice and referral, Diet and Weight advice and referral.
• Registration checks
• Phlebotomy
• Hearing tests
• Blood pressure checks
• ECG’s
• Glucose Tolerance Testing
• Minor Wound Care and Dressings
• Hypertension Monitoring (24 hour BP machines)
• Pregnancy Testing
• Warfarin Management – under GP supervision
• Thyroid Function Management – under GP supervision

They also act as chaperone for examinations when required and may assist the general practitioner in procedures such as minor operations and gynaecological consultations.

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