Physician Assistants

Miss Anusha Francis (f)

BSc Biomedical Science & MSc Physician Studies(Brighton and Sussex Medical School)2020.

Joined the Practice in April 2022. A Physician Associate(PA) is a trained healthcare professional with a generalist medical education that help to provide medical care alongside the multidisciplinary team. PAs tend to work under the direct supervision of a doctor and carry out many similar tasks, including the examination, diagnosis, management and care of patients. 

Pharmacists

Ms Sanna Shafique (f)

Clinical Pharmacist working for the Primary Care network and currently associated with this Practice. 

Ms Tulay Faruk (f)

(NVQ Level 3 Diploma in Pharmacy Service skills) is our Pharmacy Technician working for the Primary Care Network. She started working in the Practice in January 2022 and has previously worked in Boots the Chemist as a healthcare assistant and dispenser. She works alongside the clinical pharmacists dealing with medication changes, queries and reviews.

Health Visitors

 

The contact details for Bromley Health visiting:-

Tel: 0300 330 5777

Email: bromh.bromley0-19@nhs.net

Website: Bromley0to19.co.uk

Emma Herneman is the Health Visitor associated with our surgery

Attached Staff

Ms Kerry Kelleher (f)

- Social Prescriber - Your social prescribing link worker can talk to you about a problem you have or a change you would like to make. If you’re feeling stressed by work, money, housing or loneliness, or if you’d like to make some lifestyle changes to help you manage a health condition, ask your GP or a member of the practice team to refer you for social prescribing.  Your link worker will give advice, information and encouragement and connect you with suitable local services to support you.

Ms Emma Poole (f)

- Social Prescriber - Your social prescribing link worker can talk to you about a problem you have or a change you would like to make. If you’re feeling stressed by work, money, housing or loneliness, or if you’d like to make some lifestyle changes to help you manage a health condition, ask your GP or a member of the practice team to refer you for social prescribing.  Your link worker will give advice, information and encouragement and connect you with suitable local services to support you.

 
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