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Mrs Jean Perry
Miss Kathyrn Moody
The receptionists receive patients at the reception desk, arrange appointments and answer telephone queries. Mrs Perry is also the practice prescriptions clerk and Miss Moody carries out a number of administrative duties such as patient record-keeping.
Mrs Susanne Cockell our practice nurse provides nursing services at the surgery she also conducts most of our chronic disease clinics with assistance from the doctors.
There are several district nursing teams attached to the practice; a district nurse team is allocated to a patient depending on which area the patient lives in. District Nurses provide nursing services to patients who are housebound and unable to attend the surgery for nursing services.
They are attached to the practice to provide the maternity care, and promote good health for you and your baby, by advising on the effects of drinking, smoking and good diet during pregnancy.
They are attached to the practice and are ready to advise on common health issues, childhood vaccination and child development.