Nurse Practitioners

Sister Anne Devlin (f)

RGN Independent Nurse Prescriber, BSc (Hons) Specialist Practitioner, Nurse Practitioner (Clinical examination & diagnostics)

Sister Pam Judge (f)

RGN, BSc (Hons)

Nurse Practitioner Independent/Supplementary Prescriber

Sister Jess Scott (f)

BA (hons), Bsc(hons), Msc

Advanced Clinical Practitioner   Independent Prescriber

Sister Marie Lavery (f)

RGN

Advanced Clinical Practitioner, MSc, Independent prescriber

Sister Gail Delaney (f)

RGN, BSc (Hons)

Nurse Practitioner Independent/Supplementary Prescriber

Sister Jane Fox (f)

RGN 1988 , Nurse practitioner, Dip He clinical nursing 1998, BSc (hons) Nursing.2002
Msc modules in Clinical examination and diagnostics.2009, Non medical prescriber, 2005

Our six highly experienced Nurse Practitioners work independently to see and treat patients with minor ailments. They offer same day appointments and can prescribe for a wide list of complaints. The receptionists may guide you to these appointments as necessary.

Nurses

Sister Helen Rutherford

RGN, BSc Hons Community Health Care Studies

Sister Tammy Henshaw (f)
Sister Cath Richardson (f)

RGN, BSc in Nursing, BSc Specialist Practitioner

Nurse Practitioner Independent/Supplementary Prescriber

The nurses manage our treatment room work, dressings, routine injections, ear syringing, blood samples and ECGs, when ordered by the doctor.

A full travel vaccination programme is offered and they are also available for all general health matters, family planning advice, cervical smears, menopausal care and reviewing of minor ailments.

The nurses take an active role in the review and management of patients with ischaemic heart disease, hypertension, COPD and asthma.

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.

 
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