Emma Littlefair
James McGann
Jordan Stevens (Pharmacy Technician)

Clinical pharmacists are increasingly working as part of general practice teams. They are highly qualified experts in medicines and can help people in a range of ways.

This includes carrying out structured medication reviews for patients with ongoing health problems and improving patient safety, outcomes and value through a person-centred approach.

RUpdated:  03/07/2024

Community Midwives

The midwife offers advice to patients on all pre-conception, Antenatal and postnatal care.

Updated:  27/02/2017

Community Nurses

These are members of a team of community nurses attached to the practice who regularly support our patients.

The community nursing team visit people at home including the elderly and housebound and those recently discharged from hospital. Their work includes help with dressings, removing stitches and advice on incontinence bathing and general nursing matters, as well as changing urinary catheters and blood sampling.

We also have a Community Healthcare Assistants, who assist with this work.

Updated:  27/02/2017

Health Visitors

Our attached health visitors are trained nurses with additional specialised training in family health.  They give help and advice to parents, at home or at the surgery regarding their pre-school children.

Our health visitor is available between 9 am and 10:30 am every Friday at our Oxford Road premises.  An appointment is not necessary.  

Updated:  03/02/2020

Attached Staff

Integrated Care

Integrated Care consists of Care Coordinators who can help and support you to remain independent and Social Prescribers who can help you with things such as money worries, self help, local support.  Click here for more information about the team.

Updated: 10/03/2022

Physiotherapists - First Contact Practitioner (FCP)

We have highly trained physiotherapists available by appointment.  They can be seen at the Practice or one of six other locations.  You are able to self-refer. Please collect a referral form from Reception, complete and hand back to Reception.  The Physiotherapy Department will then contact you.

Updated: 15/07/2021

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