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Mrs Jayne Reed (f)
The practice nurses may be seen by appointment. They run clinics for patients with asthma, diabetes, heart disease, chronic lung disease, childhood immunisations, smoking cessation and follow-up clinics for patients on HRT or contraception. They perform cervical cytology and swabs, ear syringing and wound/ulcer dressings. If you think that your problem could be dealt with by the nurse, please ask the receptionist to make an appointment.

For travel advice, please request a Travel Questionnaire from reception and return it at least 8 weeks before you are due to travel. You should phone one week after handing in questionnaire to be advised if you need an appointment with the doctor or nurse.

Travel vaccines and medicines to prevent malaria fall outside the services provided by the NHS and a charge may be made.

Healthcare Assistants

Ms Lisa Sewart (f)
Gina Stone (f)

The Healthcare Assistant takes blood samples and performs other tests such as ECGs and blood pressure checks, Pill checks, new patient health checks and simple dressings. Blood tests can only be done before 11.30am in order that the samples may reach the laboratory the same day.

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