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Thursday 6th June at 7.00pm.  Health Education Room, Mably Way Health Centre ALL WELCOME - "WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT STROKE?" A talk presented by Adrian Bodimeade, Stroke Ambassador and Chair of Newbury Street Patient Group.  This is in conjunction with Church Street Patient Group.  For further details please contact Christine Lisi on 01235 769457 or churchstreetpractice@nhs.net

Nurse Practitioners

Catherine Bulpitt (f)

Catherine Bulpitt

Our nurse practitioner is able to diagnose and treat (and provide appropriate prescriptions) for minor illnesses provided that the patient is over the age of 12.

Nurses

Caroline Burgess (f)

Caroline Burgess

Jane Fallon-Norris (f)

Jane Fallon-Norris

Lisa Smith (f)

Lisa Smith

Alyson Green (f)

Alyson Green

The nurses treat patients for minor injuries, travel advice/immunisation, pre-school checks/immunisations, lifestyle advice including smoking and obesity monitoring, smear tests, family planning and sexual health matters.

All of our practice nurses will also provide chronic disease management. Caroline Burgess, Jane Fallon-Norris and Lisa Smith are responsible for diabetes management and Catherine Bulpitt for asthma/COPD management.

Assistant Practitioner

Emma Stewart (f)

Emma Stewart

Caroline Beckett

Healthcare Assistants

Lauren Woodward (f)

Lauren Woodward

Our healthcare assistants are responsible for all blood tests. In addition they fit heart monitors, perform ECG’s and hearing tests and assist with minor surgery. Andrea performs ear irrigation by appointment and Emma is responsible for spirometry prior to COPD checks.

We would request that when you make an appointment it is made with the most appropriate practitioner, however, we understand that you may not wish to divulge information to anyone other than the nurse regarding your visit to the practice.

 
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