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Nurse Practitioners

The Nurse Practitioners are happy to see patients with minor injuries and ailments. The list below gives you an idea of the sorts of symptoms and conditions appropriate, but it is not exhaustive:

Acute injuries, hand/ankle/foot/knee/shoulder etc.

Acute pain/headache/temperature

Athletes foot, Back pain (acute), Bites and stings, Chest infections,

Colds/flu like symptoms/nasal congestion not responding to over the counter treatment

Cold sores, constipation (acute), Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (acute exacerbation)

Cough, Croup, Cystitis, Dermatitis/dry skin/allergy type skin rashes

Diarrhoea, Earache infections and discharge, Emergency hormonal contraception

Eye conditions (minor) eg conjunctivitis, blepharitis, stye, Genital tract infections, Sexual transmitted diseases, pelvic inflammatory disease

Hayfever, Head lice, Heart burn/indigestion, Infant colic, Mouth ulcers, Nail infections bacterial or fungal

Nappy rash, Neck pain (acute), Oral thrush, Piles (simple), Rashes, chicken pox, shingles, hand foot and mouth etc, Scabies, Skin and soft tissue infections and minor skin complaints eg, abcess, acne, cellulitis, impertigo, psoriasis, urticaria, Sore throat/pharangitis/tonsillitis

Sprains and strains, Teething, Threadworms, Urinary Tract Infections, Vaginal thrush, Bacterial Vaginosis,


We also run review clinics for chronic conditions which include:

Asthma, Coronary Heart Disease, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Diabetes

Hypertension, Long Term Conditions,

Travel Health and Cervical Smears

Alison Smith
Caroline Joyce


Rachel Morgan
Alison Welsh
Susan Fellows (f)
Kathryn Day (f)
Mrs Lizzie Hargreaves (f)

Healthcare Assistants

Sally Pucci

Healthcare assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.


Ruth Cotterell

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