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Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic the practice will be open on Bank Holiday Friday (10th April) and Monday (13th April) to continue to support patients. Please telephone us in order to be booked onto our triage list. Please do not attend the practice unless you have had a face to face appointment confirmed. Happy Easter.

Nurse Practitioners

Louisa McLachlan

Kirsty Norvill

Our Nurse Practitioners can see patients with a wide range of health concerns varying from minor illnesses to more complex issues and are able to make referrals to secondary care if needed/appropriate. Patients can see our Nurse Practitioners for (this is not an exhaustive list): Diabetic advice, oral contraception and family planning advice, administering depo injections, cervical smears, treating urine, chest and throat infections etc.


Both Kirsty and Louisa are also able to prescribe medication.

Nurses

Trudy Jupp

Trudy is our Practice Lead Nurse who's duties include (this is not an exhaustive list): Asthma and COPD reviews, cervical smears, childhood immunisation, travel vaccinations and advice, contraception advice including administering depo injections and implant insertion and removal.

Clare Wiley

Clare is our Treatment Room Nurse who's duties include (this is not an exhaustive list): Wound and dressing care, leg ulcer care, ear checks and irrigation, pill checks, travel vaccinations and advice, childhood immunisations, well person and new patient checks, dopplers and stitch removal.

Healthcare Assistants

Carly Hebditch
Julie McCallum

Technician (HCA) duties include (this is not an exhaustive list): carrying out blood tests (including INR's), blood pressure checks (including hypertension reviews), assisting with minor op's, ECG's, 24 hour blood pressure monitoring, administering flu and pneumococcal vaccinations and new patient checks.

 
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