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If you have travelled from an affected area or have been in contact with someone confirmed as having Coronavirus in the last two weeks, you may be at risk of Coronavirus. Please do NOT leave the house. Instead, ring 111 if:
  • You have been in an affected area in the last 14 days and develop cough, fever or shortness of breath; or
  • You have been in contact with someone confirmed as having Coronavirus, even if you feel well

See for guidance and an up to date list of affected areas | See for more information.

Nurse Practitioners

A nurse practitioner is a registered nurse with advanced training in diagnosing and treating illness. They work alongside the doctors to provide high quality patient care. Nurse practitioners focus on prevention and education and can carry out physical examinations, arrange investigations and prescribe medicine.  Our Nurse Practitioners are Suzie Bureau, Becky Godbold, Jodie Thorpe and Michelle Yapp.


The nurses run a comprehensive service of nursing, health promotion and preventative medicine. They are available by appointment for dietary advice, contraceptive checks and injections, smear tests, vaccinations, ear care, asthma/diabetic reviews and child/adult immunisations. Currently our nurses are: Jenna Cawston, Caroline McElroy and Sam Rogers

Health Practitioners

Practice Paramedics visit acutely unwell patients who are unable to come to the surgery.  They also see patients in our 'On the Day' clinic.

Our Practice Paramedic is Daniel Middleton

Healthcare Assistants

The HCAs support the doctors and nurses with their duties. They are available by appointment for blood pressure checks, blood tests, urine tests, ECGs, dressings, smoking cessation advice, weight management and new patient health checks. Currently our HCAs are: Adrian Brown, Michelle Scannell and Irene Barrett, our phlebotomist.

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