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Due to the ever changing situation with the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have suspended the online booking service. This is due to the verbal screening process that we need to complete before appointments are made - we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and ask you for patience and understanding during this time.

Nurse Practitioners

Liz Lindsell-Lusher

Advanced Nurse Practitioner MSc (University of Surrey), Independent Nurse Prescriber, Dip Asthma Care.


Lizzie Hooper

RGN, BSC Hons, Dip HE Nursing Studies and Diploma in COPD

Janet Bannister

RGN, Diploma in COPD, Independent Nurse Prescriber

Katie Wills
Helen Seller

The practice nurses run morning and afternoon clinics. They change dressings, remove stitches, syringe ears, check your blood pressure, give travel advice and vaccinations and carry out cervical smears. They also run well man and well woman clinics and clinics dealing with asthma, respiratory problems, blood pressure, coronary heart disease, diabetes, family planning, HRT, incontinence, overweight and stopping smoking.

In addition to these clinics we also employ a Phlebotomist and Healthcare Assistants who are available for blood tests ordered by the doctor every weekday morning by appointment. They are also trained to carry out ECGs.

Nurse Triage, Liz and Janet our Specialist Nurses are qualified to see and treat many minor illnesses and ailments that were previously seen by the doctors.  They also able to issue prescriptions for some conditions.

Paramedic Practitioners

Kevin Allsobrook

Brian McArthur

James Schmidt

Healthcare Assistants

Sarah Randall
Angela Cathcart

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


Ruth Ettridge
Jackie Wilson
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