Nurses

Our nursing team provides services including chronic disease management, sexual health, dressings, injections, vaccinations, blood tests, cervical cytology, baby immunisations, travel health advice etc.  Please make an appointment at our reception.

Mrs Debbie Silver (f)

RN, Asthma Dip, Family Planning Dip, Specialist Nurse Practitioner, CHD Dip, Diabetes, Dip, Marie Curie Cytology

Debbie has worked at the Surgery since 2005.  Debbie runs the chronic disease clinics for long term conditions such as;- diabetes, heart disease, sexual health reviews and implant insertion. 

Mrs Sarah Rushton (f)

Healthcare Assistants

Mrs Sonia Denby

Sonia has trained as a health care assistant.

Sonia can perform the following:-

Blood tests,                                                                     blood pressure

ECG's,                                                                             simple dressings

NHS Health checks,                                                           Flu vaccination

Pneumococcal vaccination,                                                Shingles vaccination

New Patient Health Checks,                                              

HCA's work to strict guidelines and help with routine procedures.

Ms Leesa Tranter (f)

Leesa has worked at the Practice since 1994, she has an NVQ Level 3 in Care. 

Leesa can perform the following:-

Blood tests,                                                                     blood pressure

ECG's,                                                                             simple dressings

NHS Health checks,                                                           Flu vaccination

Pneumococcal vaccination,                                                Shingles vaccination

New Patient Health Checks,                                               Anticoagulation monitoring

Miss Amber Kerr (f)

Phlebotomists

Ms Ann Alexander (f)

Ann has worked in the treatment room for many years.  Ann is able to carry out the following;- blood tests, blood pressure, flu vaccination, pneumococcal vaccination and Anticoagulation monitoring.

 
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