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What our nurses do

What our Nurses do:

Nurse Sian Moran:

ØEmergency appointments (not including sick notes, children under 10) 

ØContraception – the pill, coil removal, implant insertion and removal, contraception injection

ØSmears 

ØMedication (except control drugs)

ØInjections: Vitamin B12, Child vaccinations, Holiday vaccinations, Prostate cancer, Flu, Shingles, Pneumonia, Shingles (If you require any other injection please contact reception and ask if we have it in stock)

ØChronic disease reviews

ØMedication review

ØBP monitoring

ØAnticoagulation clinic

ØBlood results – (Cholesterol and diabetes)

Not every above appointment is a single appointment some require a double appointment, please ask a receptionist when making your appointment to ensure you have enough time with the nurse or you may be asked to re book.

Nurse Jenny McDermott:

ØContraception injection

ØSmears

ØInjections: Vitamin B12, Child vaccinations, Holiday vaccinations, Flu, Shingles, Pneumonia, Shingles (If you require any other injection please contact reception and ask if we have it in stock)

ØChronic disease reviews

ØMedication review

ØBP monitoring

ØAnticoagulation clinic

ØBlood results – (Cholesterol and diabetes)

ØNew diabetic appointments

Not every above appointment is a single appointment some require a double appointment, please ask a receptionist when making your appointment to ensure you have enough time with the nurse or you may be asked to re book.

Healthcare Assistant Emma:

ØHealth checks

ØNew registration appointments

ØBlood results (cholesterol and diabetes depending on range)

ØFlu and Pneumonia injections

ØCarers information

ØBP monitoring

ØVitamin advice

ØHeight and weight management – referrals to weight management

ØReferrals to chiropody

Not every above appointment is a single appointment some require a double appointment, please ask a receptionist when making your appointment to ensure you have enough time with the healthcare assistant or you may be asked to re book.



 
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