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Nurses

Mrs Angela Osborne

RGN

Specialises in diabetes, anticoagulation and minor illness.

Mrs Carolyn Stewart

RGN

Specialises in respiratory disease and minor illness.

Jacqui Reggiani

RGN

Specialises in vascular, diabetes and heart disease.

Each practice nurse has an area of speciality and also provide services such as coil check, coil removal, immunisations, pill check, contraception advice, asthma review, cervical smear, gynae swab, CHD (heart) review, COPD review and spirometry, travel vaccinations and advice, diabetes review, dressings, wound management and leg ulcer management.

In addition to the doctors, our practice nurses are able to see patients who need an urgent appointment in relation to a minor illness. The exception to this is for patients under the age of 2, who will need to request to see a doctor.

Minor illnesses include animal bites, burns/scalds, earache, emergency contraception, insect bites and stings, minor head injuries, minor injuries, rash, sore eyes, sore throat, sprains and strains, sticky eyes, trauma/lacerations, urine infection, vaginal discharge, wound and wound infection.

Healthcare Assistants

Amanda Trent

NVQ3

Our healthcare assistant (HCA) provides support to the practice nurses and works under their guidance. Services provided by Amanda include anticoagulation, dressings, ECG, suture/clip removal, 6 week baby checks, ear irrigation, hearing test, new patient health check, memory test, nebulising, no smokes clinic, weight clinic, 24 hour blood pressure monitor fitting and spirometry.

She also assists with minor operations and coil fittings.

Phlebotomists

Maxine Copland

NVQ3

Our phlebotomist specialises in taking blood and ensuring the quality of the samples taken.

Maxine also runs an anticoagulation clinic, assists with the leg ulcer clinic and carries out blood pressure checks and ECGs.

 
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