FLU VACCINES. We now have our vaccine in stock and we are booking appointments for all patients over 65 and those who are in an 'At risk' category. Our clinics will be limited to Saturdays in October, this is to avoid impacting the Nurses already very heavy workload on weekdays. Please call on 623931 to secure your appointment. Kind regards, Ali, Practice Manager

Nurse Practitioners

Mrs Heather Gill (f)

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Specialist Nurses

Mrs Joleen Crellin (f)

Lead Nurse

Mr Greg Manning (m)


asthma_inhaler_5There are 4 full time Practice Nurses;

Joleen is our lead Nurse who ensures that all Nurse led services are delivered appropriately. Joleen has a mixed role which includes general practice nursing and is an 'Acute Care Nurse' who as a prescriber who can see and treat a number of clinical conditions. Joleen is our dedicated Practice Nurse for the treatment of Diabetes.

Heather is an experienced Advanced Nurse Practitioner who can treat a wealth of conditions and prescribe medication. She can also offer some specialised Practice Nurse procedures such as contraceptive implant insertions.

Kelly our Practice Nurse deals with all sorts of health issues, such as dressings and stitch removal, ear syringing, travel vaccinations (private chargeable service), asthma checks, blood pressure monitoring and other chronic disease management, contraception, smears, cryotherapy and childhood vaccinations.

Greg is also an 'Acute Care Nurse' who mixes this with some practice Nurse provision

All of our Nurses are appropriately trained in all aspects of the care they provide.

You can make an appointment to see them during surgery hours.  When you book your appointment, you will be asked what the appointment is for - this is merely so that we can allocate the correct length of appointment and to allow the nurse to prepare their consulting room for your procedure and also to ensure that you are given an appointment with the correct nurse as they each have different areas of speciality.

Miss Kelly Uren (f)
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