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1 Bridgeway CentreMeadows Health CentreMeadowsNottingham, NG2 2JGTel: 0115 986 1128
MB BS, MRCGP, DFSRH
Our Advanced Nurse Practitioner is fully qualified and experienced in all aspects of health care. She can prescribe medication and see patients in exactly the same way as our GP's can. She is extremely efficient and can make any referrals and after care appropriate to a patients health issue.
Practice Nurses are qualified and registered nurses. They can help with health issues such as Family Planning, Healthy Living, Blood Pressure checks, Blood tests, Vaccinations and immunisations, travel vaccines and advice. The Practice Nurse can also run clinics for long-term health conditions such as Asthma, COPD, Diabetes and Health reviews. They also carry out Cervical Smears.
Healthcare Assistants support the Practice Nurse and are an invaluable member of staff. They carry out tasks such as blood taking, blood pre4ssure monitoring, new patient checks, NHS Health checks, certain vaccinations, but not all, certain injections and breath tests. They can also act as a chaperone when a patient or Doctor requests one.
The team leader works very close with the Practice Manager. They are available to speak to patients and can deal with most matters in the absence of the Practice Manager. They are responsible for ensuring the reception and admin departments run smoothly.
Our data administrators are an important part of this surgery. They work closely along side the GP's and other medical teams to ensure any referrals are done correctly and efficiently, booking appointments for patients at the GP's request and attaching all incoming paperwork relevant to a patient into the patient's medical records. They also make sure that all new patient notes are received and allocated.