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Birthday Annual Review

From April 2014 we will be changing the way we manage patients with long term health conditions.      Patients who have conditions such as diabetes, asthma, COPD, hypothyroidism, cardiovascular disease or high blood pressure will have a single review for all their long term medical problems each year in the month of their birthday .  This will reduce the number of visits patients have to make to have their long term conditions monitored which we hope will be much more convenient.  We would encourage you to contact the practice around the time of your birthday to book a Birthday Review  appointment if this applies to you.

Transferring from the old system to a birthday review system is going to be challenging and may result in some patients being seen earlier or later than they initially expected.  The doctors would like to thank all their patients for their support whilst we are implementing these changes

 

Nurse Practitioners

Mrs Alison Williams (f)

The role of the Nurse Pracitioner within the practice is to offer appointments to patients with acute problems who may need to be seen the same day

Nurses

Nurse Sue Johnstone (f)

Sister Sue Johnstone has been with the practice since March 1990. She specialises in diabetes care, coronary heart disease, family planning, and the taking of smears.

Nurse Emma Gulliver (f)
Emma Gulliver joined the practice in 2005 and is a generalist nurse dealing with immunisations, asthma, family planning, hypertension, anticoagulation, epilepsy reviews, smears and dressings.
Nurse Diane Chamberlain (f)
Diane joined the team in 2009 and is currently undertaking specialist training in asthma and COPD management.
Mr Stewart Harding (m)
Nurse Melissa Hocking-Carter (f)

Melissa joined the practice team in December 2015 having worked as a Staff Nurse in both the community and acute hospital setting for the past 8 years.   Her most recent role was working on the Stroke Unit at Williton Community Hospital.

Melissa hopes to gain lots of new skills and expertise as a practice nurse over the course of the next 12 months, with a view to supporting patients with management of diabetes and respiratory disease in the near future.

Nurse Alexandra Cunningham (f)

Healthcare Assistants

Ms Dawn Carey (f)
 
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