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STAFF TRAINING


Next training date: Wednesday 5th July 2017, surgery closes at 12.00noon.


Please note that we close for staff training four afternoons per year. If you have an emergency during this time please call the Out of Hours Service on 111.

Nurses

Our nursing team works at both our main surgery and branch surgery. They carry out a range of clinics including:

  • Long term conditions including diabetes
  • Sexual health
  • Childhood immunisation / travel vaccines
  • Cryotherapy
  • Respiratory
  • INR
  • Ear syringing
  • Wound dressing
  • Bloods

We have two practice nurses and two nurse prescribers. Nurse prescribers are able to prescribe medication and are available to see patients with chronic conditions such as asthma, COPD and ischaemic heart disease.

We have three health care assistants who are able to carry out ECGs, blood pressure checks, new patient checks, NHS health checks and bloods.

Sister Sallyanne Wright (f)

Nurse Prescriber

Sister Cheryl Poole (f)

Nurse Prescriber

Sister Helen Wardill (f)

Practice Nurse

Sister Kerry Mills (f)

Practice Nurse

Healthcare Assistants

Yvonne Betts (f)

Yvonne holds clinics for bloods, ECGs, spirometry, blood pressures, LTC pre-assessment checks, assists with minor operations and new patient checks.

Sarah Davies (f)

Sarah holds clinics for bloods, ECGs, spirometry, blood pressures, LTC pre-assessment checks, injections and new patient checks.

Faith Palmer (f)

Faith joined the Practice in January 2016 under the GP Health Care Apprenticeship Scheme which is supported by NHS Health Education England. She will be running clinics the same as our other HCA's Sarah and Yvonne including bloods, ECGs, blood pressures and NHS Health checks.  Faith is supervised by our nurse mentor, Sister Helen Wardill.  She will continue to undertake her training for the next 18 months which will develop her skills to offer more availability for patients.

 
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