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July 2017 Newsletter

Welcome to our latest newsletter.  Please open the above link to read

Trainee's

We would like to welcome Dr Hannah Carey who is our foundation year 2 trainee.  Dr Carey will be with us from August until December 2017.

We would also like to welcome Dr Rieesa Mustafa who is out specialist trainee (year 2).  Dr Mustafa will be with us from August 2017 until January 2018.

 

Nurse Practitioners

Ms Janice Carroll (f)

Janice joined us on 9th Nov 15.  She is a qualified Advanced Nurse Practitioner and also has her prescribing qualification.  She works alongside the GPs seeing urgent patients with minor ailments and will also conduct acute visits in your home.

Nurses

Ann Addy (f)

Ann is a highly experienced practice nurse who can help you with many of your health problems, ie diabetes, asthma, COPD, hypertension, anticoagulation, family planning and many other areas

Mrs Amanda Vance (f)

 Amanda is qualified to see all our diabetic patients, patients with chest conditions, anticoagulant patients and many other areas.  Amanda also has a prescribing qualification and can prescribe for you.

Mrs Pauline Sumner (f)

Pauline joined us in April 2016 and has been employed to work with our over 75 patients.  Her role will be to ensure that our older patients are being taken care of and receiving all the health, social care and benefits they need.

Treatment Room Nurses

Karen Ferguson (f)

Assistant Practitioner, Foundation degree in Health & Social Care.  Karen is a very experienced Assistant Practitioner

Healthcare Assistants

Mrs Natalie O'Neill (f)

Natalie is a Health Care Assistant and also one of our receptionists.  She can take your bloods, blood pressure, give you your flu vaccines and B12 injections.  She is also qualified to counsel you in smoking cessation and conduct various tests like ECGs etc

 
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