Nurse Practitioners

Nurse Practitioners deal with the majority of conditions presenting at the practice and are able to prescribe.  They have pre-booked appointments, urgent appointments and help with the daily sit and wait surgery.  We also have Nurse Practitioners who visit patients who are unable to come to the surgery.

Nurses

Rose Wilson (f)

Practice Nurse - Nursing Team Leader

Vivian Morrison (f)

Practice Nurse

Michelle Allmond (f)

Practice Nurse

Val Latham (f)

Practice Nurse

Katharine Hammond (f)

Practice Nurse

Victoria Schooling (f)

Practice Nurse

Suzanna Bell (f)

Practice Nurse

Our nurses share the care of patients with chronic disorders such as diabetes and asthma with the doctors, provide health information and immunisation prior to foreign travel and carry out a range of health promotion activities such as general health checks and examinations and childhood vaccinations. They also carry out a number of practical procedures such as dressings, blood tests and administration of drugs by injection or implant.

Health Practitioners

Caro Elliott (f)

Caroline Elliott

Advanced Practitioner

RGN, ONC, BSc (Hons)

Louise Bell (f)

Advanced Practitioner

Advanced Practitioner 

Toby Marshall (m)

Advanced Practitioner

Advanced Practitioner

Mr Jason Mercer (m)

Jason Mercer



 






Jason is an Emergency Care Practitioner.  He assists the On Call Doctor seeing urgent conditions both in the surgery and in patient's homes.  He also visits patients for routine  reviews.


Jason has many years experience working for the Ambulance Trust before joining the practice in March 2015.


 

Fin Mercer (m)

Paramedic

Paramedic

Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.
Michaela Reynolds (f)

NVQ-3

Alison Black (f)
Jenny Wood (f)

Phlebotomists

Kerry Membury (f)
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