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Nurse Practitioners

Sister Joanne Shaw ANP (f)

Sr Shaw is qualified as an Advanced Practitioner.  She is a very experienced nurse and she  works alongside the doctors, diagnosing illnesses and prescribing for our patients.


Sister Theresa McGuire (f)

Sister McGuire is a very experienced nurse and responsible for looking after our patients with long-term health conditions such as asthma, heart disease and diabetes, and carrying out cervical smears.  Also carries out monitoring and recall of patients on certain medications.

Sister Denise Beckett (f)

Sister Beckett is responsible for the management of long term conditions such as diabetes, asthma, COPD and heart disease.  Also child immunisations, yellow fever vaccinations, blood pressure, blood tests, cytology testing, lifestyle advice and ECG's.

Sister Mary Wilson (f)

Very experienced practice nurse prescriber.  Responsible for management of long term conditions such as asthma, COPD, heart disease and diabetes.  Also cytology testing, blood pressure monitoring, child immunisations, taking blood and lifestyle advice.  Sr Wilson is our lead nurse for patients with Learning Disabilities.

Treatment Room Nurses

There is Treatment Room based at the Health Centre downstairs. Patients can be referred here for things such as dressings, wound care and ear syringing.Attendance is by appointment only.

Health Practitioners

Karen Shaw - Health Trainer

The practice offers the support of a Health Trainer to patients who may require extra input and advice to improve their lifestyle and overall health, Please ask your GP for more information if you feel you may benefit.

Healthcare Assistants

Mrs Gillian Boardman (f)

Healthcare assistants support the Doctors and Practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement, ECG's and pulse checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.

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