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The surgery has a dedicated, experienced team of clinical staff

All patients now have an allocated, named GP. If you wish to know who your usual GP is then please contact the surgery. You can use the contact form on the website to do this if you wish. If telephoning the surgery please ring after 10.00am 

Nurse Practitioners

Rosie Murray

RGN Wakefield 1992

The Nurse Prescriber is a highly trained Registered Nurse with qualifications to prescribe and to deal with minor illness and urgent care.

Specialist Nurses

Sister Julie Caskie

RGN, BSc Liverpool 1982

Sister Jayne Scott
Sister Kirsteen Wilkinson

RGN BA(Hons) MSc Glasgow 1986

A Specialist Nurse will undertake many of the nursing procedures at the surgery, such as child immunisations, ECGs, dressings and injections.  They are also trained to perform annual reviews with patients who have long term chronic conditions such as diabetes, COPD or heart disease.  They undertake separate training for each type of problem, so not every nurse can undertake all types of reviews if they haven't completed training for all.  In addition Specialist Nurses will perform smear teests and pill checks and other contraceptive work, but again, they must have passed the specific training for these procedures.


The Practice Nurse or Treatment room Nurse duties include carrying out basic nursing procedures including hearing tests, ear syringing, blood pressure checks, adult immunisations, dressings, diet & healthy lifestyle.

Healthcare Assistants

Jane Harper
Jenny Hitchcock

Our Health Care Assistants undertake specific training to allow them to provide a skilled support service to the nursing team and can take blood samples, take your blood pressure, perform ECGs, NHS healthchecks and other support services. 


Julie Walker
Susan Thomas
Tanya Guest

A Phlebotomist is a person who is trained to take blood samples only.

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