Nurse Practitioners

Sue Kennedy-Owens
Nurse Practitioner
Sue Jones
Nurse Practitioner
Helen Watters (f)
Nurse Practitioner
The Nurse Practitioner’s role is to improve access for patients with minor illness or injury. They are qualified to diagnose and treat minor illness in adults and children, including prescribing of medication as necessary. They can also request investiagtions, including blood tests and will refer patients to the GPs or hospital care if necessary. Nurse Practitioners can give general healthcare advice and advise on diet, exercise and stopping smoking, including prescribing appropriate medication. They can also prescribe emergency contraception. 

Specialist Nurses


Specialist Diabetic Nurse

Helen Bowker (f)

Diabetic Nurse

Sister Janice Shingleton (f)


Duties include but are not limited to: Child Health & Immunisations, Travel Immunisations, Cervical Cytology, Women’s Health, Telephone Triage, Asthma & Diabetes, liaise with GPs, Health Visitors, District Nurses, Health Care Assistants
Sister Pam Mitchell

Practice Nurse

Sister Sarah Taylor (f)
Sister Marilyn Brown (f)
Sister Elizabeth Handley (f)
Sister Anna Grey-Jones (f)
Sister Victoria Galloway (f)

Healthcare Assistants

Main duties include: Phlebotomy (Bloods), New Patient Checks, Performing ECGs as required by Practice Nurses and GPs,Hypertension, 24 Hour BP.

Jackie Wrigley (f)

Assistant Practitioner

Paula Thorpe (f)

Assistant Practitioner

Mrs Miriam Brooke (f)
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