Our three nurses offer general nursing services as follows:
Dressings, bloods, BPs, ECGs, hypertension reviews, smears, all vaccinations (travel, childhood, pneumococcal, flu etc.), zoladex, family planning, swabs, lifestyle advice, vitamin B12 injections.
I have been a registered Nurse for 27 years. My background is predominantly in Accident & Emergency and Out of Hours Services as Nurse Practitioner.
For the last 10 years I have been working in General Practice.
Currently I hold daily Minor Illness clinics with same day access for problems like sore throats, earache, coughs and colds, urinary infections and many other things. I am an independent nurse prescriber.
My other main area of interest within the surgery is Diabetes care and undertake everything needed within the Practice Nurse role.
|Nic Brown (f)|
I completed my nursing qualification at Sheffield University in 2006 where I went on to work on respiratory ward at Chesterfield Royal Hospital. In 2009 I moved to the Queens Medical Centre where I worked in Critical Care, mainly working on the Medical High Dependency Unit for six years. In 2015 I decided to train to become a Midwife; however I missed nursing and joined the practice in April 2017. This is my first Practice Nurse Job; I am enjoying learning all aspects of the job.
I am married with two small children, we enjoy having lots of family time, going on days out and going on family holidays.
|Nikki Palmer - Nursing Associate|
I have been a Health Care Assistant (HCA) since 2008. I can do a lot in my role such as bloods, ear syringing, blood pressures and reviews. I also do home visits for patients who cannot get into surgery.
I enjoy my job, love working with my colleagues and like seeing patients that I am a familiar face to after my time working here.