We have a team of dedicated and skilled practice nurses who run clinics daily. Appointments can be booked for contraceptive reviews, dressings, cervical smears and health checks, also travel and routine immunisations and advice.
They also run our chronic disease clinics, which look after the health needs of our patients with asthma, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, amongst others.
The Practice Nurses are available by appointment most mornings and afternoons. They work in close liaison with each other as well as the Doctors and can help with advice and treatment on a wide range of health matters including asthma, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, COPD and hypertension, adult and childhood immunisations, general health checks, cervical smears, travel advice and vaccination, wound management, ear syringing and stopping smoking.
They are also able to offer advice on other matters. Please feel free to consult them directly if you wish.
Nurse Sarah Bull (f) – Sarah is our Lead Nurse, she qualified in 2006 with an honours degree in adult nursing. She has completed post-grad training in Diabetes, chronic wound care, palliative/ end of life care and management within health and social care. Sarah is passionate about care of the older person, diabetes, cardiac care, advanced care planning and palliative care.
Nurse Pauline Carter (f) – Pauline provides the full range of general practice nursing duties. In addition to this she takes the lead for childhood immunisations running our child immunisation clinic every week.
Nurse Naomi Prince (f) – Naomi qualified in 1999, she provides a range of general practice nursing duties. Her areas of interest are coronary heart disease, COPD and diabetes. Naomi is also undertaking a degree course in COPD to extend her competencies.
Nurse Kerri Lewis (f)
Nurse Judith Reynolds (f)
Nurse Carol Bond (f)
Ms Samantha Breeds (f) – Sam joined the practice in 2015. along with all her HCA duties she runs the practice INR clinics, smoking cessation and health checks.
Mrs Paula Tracey (f)