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Pharmacists

Adal Jillani

Adal is based within the surgery itself working as part of the clinical team alongside the GPs and nurses. The main purpose of his role is to help the team deliver high-quality care to patients by making full use of his clinical skills. This will be achieved by dealing with any medication or prescription queries, liasing with community pharmacies, undertaking medication reviews and ensuring that repeat prescriptions are updated after patients have been discharged from hospital. He is also also a qualified Independent Prescriber and therefore in the future will also be able to run routine clinics for minor ailments and the monitoring of long-term chronic conditions, allowing more time for the GPs to see patients who may have more complex issues. If you feel that hecan help you in anyway then please feel free to call reception and ask to speak to him.

Community Midwives

The community midwives work in association with the doctors, providing care during pregnancy and immediately afterwards.

Community Nurses

The district nurse team provide nursing care to patients who are confined to their own homes. You can phone them direct on 488350.

Health Visitors

Health Visitors are Registered Nurses with a further qualification which equips them with knowledge and skills to deal with children aged 0–5 years, support women antenatally, new parents, families, people experiencing bereavement, provide counselling and health promotion. The Health Visitor role includes caring, advising, supporting and educating individuals, families, groups and the community on health related issues.

You can contact your health visitor on 01527 488771.

Our current Health Visitor lead is Debbie Steadman.

 
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