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Nurse Practitioners

Nurse Practitioner
Mrs Anne Lingley (f)

Nurses

Practice Nurses

The Nurse Practitioner and our Practice Nurses are available for consultation by appointment and are fully trained to deal with a variety of problems including the care of diabetes, asthma, COPD and hypertension, annual Pill and HRT checks. They carry out many practical procedures including injections, vaccinations, ear syringing (in the surgery only), smear tests, hearing tests and ECG’s (electrocardiograph). They are also the mainstay of our health promotion work; health education and prevention of disease forms a large part of their work. They carry out Well Person health checks and give advice on healthy lifestyles and diet. There is a ‘stop smoking’ clinic available by arrangement with the Nurses. Elderly patients are offered yearly health screening and advice is available on any health topic of concern.

Nurse Sarah Caplin (f)

Practice Nurse - RGN

Nurse Nicola Chapman (f)

Practice Nurse - RGN

Nurse Ruth Stammers (f)

Practice Nurse - RGN

Nurse Daisy Faddy (f)

Practice Nurse - RGN

Nurse Jenny Basey-Fisher (f)
Nurse Donna Farr (f)
Nurse Lauren Bellamy (f)

Health Practitioners

Mr Neil Johnson (m)

Mr Neil Johnson is our Urgent Care Practitioner.

Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare Assistants
Miss Emma Bowden (f)

Book an appointment to see Emma for your NHS Health Check, routine Blood Pressure, New patient check, annual Hypertension Check

Phlebotomists

Phlebotomist @ Patrick Stead Hospital

We have a Phlebotomist available Monday – Friday 8.30am – 12 mid-day to take blood for blood tests requested by the Doctors or Nurses. The Phlebotomist is based in Patrick Stead Hospital.  If they are extremely busy they may have to close the doors early.  An alternative places to go is Beccles Hospital they are open 8.30-12.00 Monday to Friday.

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