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MJOG - SMART Reception Poster


As from 1st March 2017 the chemist will no longer be able to order on your behalf. To register to order your prescription please call into the surgery to sign up to order on line.  

Please note the chemist can still collect on your behalf.

Nurses

Sister Lyca Downing

RGN

Team leader in charge of the nurses, HCA's and phlebotomist. Her main interest is Diabetes.

Practice Nurses
Our nursing team deal with a wide range of problems including minor illnesses such as sore throats, painful ears and colds (but not chest infections) as well as travel immunisations and advice. Their appointments, both 'same–day' and advance bookings can be made directly with Reception. In addition to their general nursing duties, our practice nurses have particular interests and areas of responsibility as follows:

Sister Sue Kelly

RGN

(Diplomas in Primary Health Care and Family Planning Nurse Practitioner Family Planning, Cervical Smears, Youth Clinic, Ear Care and Phlebotomy , Travel clinics).

Sister Tracey Stimson

RGN

(Diplomas in Asthma, COPD, Leg ulcer Care, City and Guilds Teaching Certificate) Asthma, COPD. Baby Immunisations, Travel Medicines, Cervical Smears, Ear Care and Telephone Triage).

Sister Lisa Buttery

RGN - Long term illness nurse and practice nurse.

Sister Verity Ryczek

RGN - Long term illness nurse and practice nurse

Sister Clare Pickering

Works three days a week as a practice nurse and has a keen interest in Dementia.

Bev Cardwell

Previously our Community Matron, Bev now does our Over 75s clinic one day a week.

Healthcare Assistants

Karen Weldon
Jayne Fields

Phlebotomy, ECG's, B12, Shingles, Pneumonia and Flu injections, CVD, Dressings, Assist in minor ops and family planning, Rheumatology, COPD and Long Term Illness Clinics.

Phlebotomists

Emma Stothard

She works every morning at the practice.

 
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