Mr Nadeem Alli (m)

Pharmacist Technician

Community Nurses

Providing care for our patients in the community who need nursing assistance in the home.

Health Visitors

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.

Attached Staff

Primary Care Mental Health Worker -Rochelle Bowes

Primary Care Mental Health Workers offer a patient centred service that aims to help people understand their difficulties and feelings. They do this by:

  • Discussing concerns people have about their current situation
  • Working with individuals using cognitive behavioural techniques
  • Providing problem solving support
  • Offering facilitated self-help information
  • Signposting people to useful agencies and services available
  • Regular contact often on the telephone

If you are experiencing anxiety, panic, stress, depression, despair, lack of motivation or interest in day to day activities then a Primary Care Mental Health Worker is available to assist and help you overcome these problems. Please make an appointment with your usual Doctor who will decide if a referral to this service is appropriate for you.

N.B. Appointments with the Mental Health Worker can only be made with a referral from the Doctor

Social Prescriber - Tracey Browett

Social prescribing is when health professionals refer patients for support in the community, in order to improve their health and wellbeing.

Trainee Associate Psychological Practitioner (TAPPs)

Georgia Jameson & Claire Robinson

The TAPPs are working in our primary care network (PCN). They are employed by Lancashire and South Cumbria Foundation Trust (LSCFT).  They will be working Monday- Thursday, across the local PCN working on mental health promotion and prevention.  Their role is to work with people to normalise and de-stigmatise mental health, reduce distress and increase resilience and people's ability to cope with difficulties.

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