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Nurse Practitioners

Mrs Lynne Webb (f)

PgCert ANP, BSc (hons) Grad Cert NMP, RGN

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Joined the Practice in September 2013 and works Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday. An advanced Nurse Parctitioner is an alternative healthcare provider who is trained to deliver a high standard of patient care including examinations, diagnosis, prescriptions as appropriate and referrals for investigations and to other health care providers as necessary

She qualified as a Nurse in 1984 and obtained her Advanced Nurse Practitioner Qualification from South Bank University in 2012. She specialises in contraceptive implants.

Nurses

Sister Helen Adams (f)

RGN 1992 has been with the practice since 1995.

Helen's areas of expertise are in Asthma COPD and Women's Health including HRT & menopause advice.

Sister Melanie Welch (f)

Diphe Nursing Studies (Adult) 1995. Advanced Nurse Practitioner June 2017
Joined the Practice on 25/06/12.

An advanced Nurse Practitioner is an alternative healthcare provider who is trained to deliver a high standard of patient care including examinations, diagnosis, prescriptions as appropriate and referrals for investigations and to other health care providers as necessary

She is responsible for the running of the diabetic clinic providing specialist care for these patients at the surgery.

She also covers routine nursing where required and child immunisations.

Nurse Hannah Gunther (f)

Hannah is a registered nurse who joined the Practice from secondary care. She runs the Coronary Heart Disease Clinic and offers general nursing.

Nurse Janet Ward (f)

Janet is a registered nurse and joins us having worked on the community as a district nurse since 2008

Healthcare Assistants

Mrs Debbie Simpson (f)
Debbie specialises in smoking cessation and assists with some specialist clinics and works closely with Sister Skudder the diabetic nursing lead.
 
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