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Nurse Practitioners

Mrs Sue Bone (f)

RGN, Independent  Non-Medical Prescriber,  Bsc (Hons) Comminity Health Studies, ENB 8103 Family Planning, Diploma in Implementing Traige Level III, Diploma in Anticoagulation, COPD and Asthma Management.

Mrs Tracey Thompson (f)

RGN Diploma in Diabetes, Asthma and Women's Health, Independent Non-Medical Prescriber.

Ms Emma Mullin (f)

BSc Health and Social Care

Independent Nurse Prescriber

Diploma in Nursing

Our nurse practitioner can help with:

  • minor ailments such as colds, flu, ear, nose, throat, chest and eye infections
  • asthma
  • diabetes
  • high blood pressure
  • indigestion and other stomach complaints
  • eczema and skin infections
  • family planning and contraception


Mrs Polly Revell (f)

RGN, Leg Ulcer Management

Mrs Carolyn Hargreaves (f)

Diploma in Asthma

Mrs Jessica Ford (f)

Nurse Led Clinics

Clinic Clinic led by: 
AsthmaSue Bone, Tracey Thompson and Carolyn Hargreaves  
DiabetesDr. A. M. Schulz and Tracey Thompson
Family planning Sue Bone and Tracey Thompson
COPDDr. Sivaprasad, Lindsey Gent and Dianne Stevens
New patient medicals  All Practice Nurses
Cardio VascularAll GPs
AnticoagulationDr Sivaprasad, Sue Bone and Lindsey Gent
Tissue ViabilityPolly Revell, Dianne Stevens, Lindsey Gent, Alicia Potter and Charlotte Kelly

Our practice nurses can help you with:

  • travel advice and immunisations
  • cervical smear tests
  • routine health checks for asthma and diabetes
  • coronary heart disease lifestyle advice (diet and smoking)
  • wound dressings
  • blood pressure monitoring
  • repeat contraception, if uncomplicated repeat HRT

Healthcare Assistants

Miss Lindsey Gent (f)

NVQ in Care Level II & III

Mrs Diane Stevens (f)

NVQ in Care Level 11 & III

Miss Alicia Potter (f)
Miss Charlotte Kelly (f)

Our Health Care assistants carry out:

  • ECGs
  • Spirometry
  • minor wound care
  • routine blood pressure monitoring
  • Phlebotomy
  • smoking cessation support
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