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Nurse Practitioners

Mrs Elizabeth King (f)

Lizzy King can prescribe and has had particular responsibility for patients with chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes who need regular medical input.   She has a wealth of experience in helping patients in need of urgent advice and can also provide all the services of a practice nurse with the added qualifications of a nurse practitioner.    Lizzy returned to the practice in January 2016 following maternity leave and the receptionist will be happy to advise patients wishing to see Lizzy now that she has returned.   

Mrs Hazel Matanle (f)

Hazel Matanle joined the practice in January 2014 to cover maternity leave and was appointed on a permanent basis when this came to an end.   Hazel has a wealth of experience in care for patients with chronic diseases such as diabetes, asthma, COPD and heart disease as well as general nursing.   She has very recently completed a prescribing course and passed several exams to enable her to become an independent nurse prescriber;  this comes into effect from August 2017.   This extends her role within the practice and will be beneficial to patients who consult with her for regular monitor of chronic diseases;  receptionists will be able to help patients wishing to book appointments these appointments

Nurses

Mrs Emma Fuller (f)

Emma is qualified to undertake all the practice nurse services including minor injuries, dressings and child vaccinations.   She also runs the cervical cytology service.   Emma was a district nurse before joining the practice and has a specialist interest and widespread experience of continence problems.   She brings with her a wider "skill-base" to the services we are able to offer to our patients.   The receptionist will be able to help you with inquires regarding booking appointments with Emma.

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

Jane Warne (f)

Jane Warne supports the doctors and nurses by carrying out phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurements and ECGs.   She may also act as a chaperone when patients request this.

 
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