MBBS DRCOG DCH MRCGP Registered June 1986 (UK)
Special Interests - Gynaecology and Child Health
B.Sc., MB BS (Charing Cross and Westminster), MRCGP, DRCOG, Reg. 1991
Specialist Interest - ENT (also holds clinics at Shelly Road for Dorset Healthcare Trust)
BMedSci, BM BS, MRCGP, DCH, DRCOG, Reg. 1995
MBChB DFFP Registered December 1995 (UK)
Special Interest - Diabetes
MBChB MRCGP Registered 2005
GP Trainer, Locality Prescribing Lead, Orchard Palliative Care & End of Life Lead.
MD DGM DRCOG DFSRH MRCGP 2004
Special Interest - Elderly Care and Women's Health
Christchurch Medical Practice is a training practice and therefore regularly has Registrar Doctors who are overseen by Dr Quinnell and Dr Jones
The Practice also employs doctors under the GP Retainer Scheme from time to time.
What is a Nurse Practitioner?
These are trained nurses who have completed degree level education and training to extend their nursing role to include, diagnosing and treating, including prescribing, for a wide range of common health conditions. They are also skilled in advanced care of long term health conditions, eg., diabetes, prevention of coronary heart disease and referring to hospitals and specialists. Our Nurse practitioners have expertise, knowledge and complex decision making skills with clinical competencies for expanded practice. Our Nurse Practitioners can diagnose, treat and prescribe for our patients autonomously but are always supported by our GPs.
RGN, MSC Advanced Practice
Kate is our Nurse Manager
Jen is our Lead Practice Nurse
Nikki is highly qualified and experienced in respiratory disease and COPD
RGN BSc (Hons) ANP
Nurse Practitioner - Mental Health
Michelle is one of our lead practitioners for vulnerable patients and also specialises in respiratory disease.
Rachel specialises in Diabetes and managing insulin alongside her Practice Nurse duties.
Tufty specialises in COPD and Asthma alongside her Practice Nurse duties
Carole specialises in Diabetes alongside her Practice Nurse duties
Health Support Worker
Claire works very closely with our vulnerable patient team and specialises in Dementia
Able to carry out treatment room duties including dressings, ear irrigation, blood pressure checks, some injections (please check with reception), removal of sutures, smoking cessation support.
Able to carry out treatment room duties including dressings, ear irrigation, blood pressure checks, some injections (please check with reception), removal of sutures.
Sister Jane Bland
Sister Amy James
The Team consists of:
Sarah Legg: Senior Staff Nurse
Angela Caballero: Staff Nurse
Naomi Gainard: Self Care Support Worker
Yvonne Fearby: Self Care Support Worker
Lynn Finlay: Self Care Support Worker
Julie Bullman: Admin Support
The AMBER Team is made up of two staff nurses and three support workers. Their aim is to reduce unnecessary emergency hospital admissions and to improve the quality of life for people with long-term conditions and those who have had several unplanned hospital admissions within the last 12 months, or anyone considered to be vulnerable within the community and at risk of admission.
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