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Nurse Practitioners

A Nurse Practitioner is a trained RGN nurse who has undertaken specialist training to degree level. The Nurse Practitioner can see patients with undiagnosed problems, they can perform physical examinations, make a diagnosis, treat and refer patients. They work with patients to develop strategies to improve their health and prevent illness with health education and counselling. The Nurse Practitioners work closely with the Doctors and other members of the nursing team.

Mrs Sue Morcos (f)

Clinical Nurse Manager

RGN, RM, BSc (Hons) Nurse Practitioner, LOC for IUD fitting (FSRH), trained in implantfitting/removal, Independent Prescriber

Miss Nikki Wisdom (f)

Clinical Nurse Manager

RGN DipHE BSc (Honours) PGCert, Independent Prescriber 

Mrs Rachel McCarron (f)

RGN DipHE PGCert MSc Independent Prescriber

Mrs Jacqui Baseley (f)

RGN BSc (Honours), Independent Prescriber

Mrs Clare Denham (f)

RGN BSc (Honours) DipHE), Independent Prescriber

 

 

Mrs Lisa Cross (f)

RGN DipHE BSc (Honours) MSc FETC (Teaching Certificate), Advanced Uni Cert (Cardiothoracic Nursing, Independent Prescriber

Mrs Donna Emery (f)

RGN BSc (Honours), Independent Prescriber

Mrs Tina Park (f)

RGN BSc (Honours) PGCert, Independent Prescriber

Specialist Nurses

Sister Suzanne Jacyk-Collinson (f)

Specialist Practitioner in General Practice Nursing BSc

Cardiovascular Disease Management

Advanced Practice in Diabetes Care

Nurses

The practice nurses are specially trained RGN’s available for vaccinations, smear tests, family planning advice, pregnancy tests, routine and follow up medical reviews, health education advice, health promotion, travel medicine, assist with minor surgery and run disease management clinics and carry out home visits on our instructions They are available during surgery hours by appointment. The treatment room nurses are trained RGN’s, undertaking dressings, leg ulcer clinic, removal of stitches, vaccinations, blood samples etc. They are available during surgery hours by appointment.
Sister Zoe Heaton (f)
B.Sc Nursing Studies
Nurse Jane Dimelow (f)

DipHe in Adult Nursing Studies (RGN), Advanced Certifucate in Asthma & COPD

Nurse Jenny Price (f)

RGN, Diploma in Adult Nursing, Diploma in Respiratory Disease Management, Care of Adults with Diabetes

Mrs Shelley Hadwick (f)

RGN, diploma Family Planning & Diabetes

Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare Assistants are able to measure your blood pressure, temperature pulse, perform, urinalysis, blood tests, dressings, collection of specimens and carry out new patients registration checks, ECG’s, spirometry, vaccinations, peak flow and 24 hour BP monitoring. The Health Care Assistant work closely with the Nurse Practitioner, Practice Nurses and District Nurses.
Mrs Maria Hedges (f)
Assistant Practitioner NVQ Level 3 in Care 
COPD Diploma
Level 1 in Communication Tactics with deaf people
Mrs Michelle Clements (f)

Health Care Assistant NVQ Level 3 in Care

Mrs Michelle Davies (f)

Diploma in Health Care Support

Mrs Dawn Williams (f)
 
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