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Nurse Practitioners

Ms Sally Ann Underwood (f)

Sally Ann has been with the practice since 2019. She runs the Walk-In clinic at the practice each morning. Working along side the GP's at the practice.

Nurses

Mrs Karen Brown

(RN)

Karen has been with the practice since 2000 and provides a range of nursing care operating primarily from the Skellingthorpe site. Karen specialises in diabetic and respiratory care and undertakes routine follow up appointments for these diseases.

Mrs Sue Vickers

(RN)

Sue has been with the practice since 2001 and provides a range of nursing care operating from the Saxilby site. Sue specialises in respiratory and contraceptive care.

Mrs Claire Hinds

(RN)

Claire joined the practice in 2015 and provides a full range of nursing care. Claire specialises in all aspects of chronic disease management and undertakes routine follow up appointments for diabetes, asthma, respiratory diseases and coronary heart diseases.

Mrs Sandra Gillies

Nursing Assistant

Sandra has been with the practice since 2000 and provides services from both Saxilby and Skellingthorpe sites. Sandra specialises in Doppler measurement for compression stockings and 24 hour blood pressure monitoring.

The nursing team provide a range of services including Healthy Heart reviews, travel vaccinations including Yellow Fever, cervical cytology, contraception checks including coil checks and general health advice.

Healthcare Assistants

Mrs Suzanne Meilen

Suzanne has been with the practice since 2003 and provides services from both Saxilby and Skellingthorpe sites.

Our health care assistants support the nursing team providing a phlebotomy service, blood pressure and hypertension checks, smoking cessation advice and support, new patient checks, well woman and well man checks, healthy heart reviews, INR anticoagulation testing and monitoring and ECGs.

 
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