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IMPORTANT PRACTICE CHANGES


June 2018


  


We would like to welcome back Dr C Phillips from maternity leave.


 


Dr Phillips will be working 5 sessions, which for June will be usually on a Wednesday morning, all day Thursday and Friday.  You will be able to pre-book appointments from the 11th June 2018.


 


Dr James Thompson will continue to work two sessions on a Monday, alongside Dr Jurgita, who will also work other sessions over the week normally on a Tuesday and Friday.


 


Dr J Mandhar will work 5 sessions usually all day on Tuesday and Wednesday and a Friday morning.


 


Rachel Brown the Nurse Practitioner will work when available on a Thursday.


 


We will still run open surgeries each day to primarily see urgent problems.  The open surgeries will be run by the duty GP or Nurse Practitioner; both are able to deal with most acute problems and can issue prescriptions.

Nurse Practitioners

Mrs Rachel Brown (f)

Rachel will be seeing patients both in morning Open Surgery and afternoon appointment sessions. 

She is specially trained to deal with minor illnesses and urgent cases, and is able to prescribe medications.

Nurses

Sue Carter

RGN, Diploma Asthma, Breast Screening and Cervical Screening.

Sally Storey

RGN, Dip Dn BSC

Practice nurses are qualified and registered nurses. They can help with health issues such as family planning, healthy living advice, blood pressure checks and dressings. The practice nurses run clinics for long-term health conditions such as asthma or diabetes, minor ailment clinics and carry out cervical smears.

Healthcare Assistants

Veronika Hartmannova (f)

Welcome to Veronika our Health Care Assistant, who will have appointment sessions available to book for:  Blood tests (over 18yrs old), ECGs, 24hr ECGs, Blood pressure checks, Hypertensive checks, NHS Health checks and New Patient checks.

 
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