Clinical and Care home medication reviews, Management of common/minor/self-limiting ailments. To provide Medicine information to practice staff and patients Following up for patients to monitor the effect of any changes to treatment. Management of medicines at discharge from hospital and much more.
DR SHIRIN HOWELL
MAMB BChir (1994 Cambridge) MRCGP MA, DipMEd
DR ANGELA STEVENS-KING
MBChB (1994 Sheffield) MRCS DOHNS DCH MSc MRCGP PG Cert Med Ed
DR KIMBERLEY GABBITAS
MB BChir (2012 Cambridge) MA
DR STEPHANIE SHIELDS
BSc MBChB (1997 Glasgow) Dip Derm MRCGP
DR MARK TYLER
MB ChB (1993 Manchester) DFFP DPD AHEA MAcMEd GPwSI Dermatology
DR EMILY COPELAND
MBChB (2008 Birmingham) MRCGP DCH
DR RUTH BATSON
DR KATE WOODS
MA, MB BChir, MRCGP (2019), MRCS (2013)
RGN, Dip Asthma care, Cert Family Planning, Independent Extended Nurse Prescriber, Supplementary Nurse Prescriber, BSc (Hons) Nurse Practitioner.
RN, Diploma of Higher Education in Adult Nursing, Teaching and assessing qualification (ENB 998), BSc emergency Nursing (University of Hertfordshire) , MSc advanced nursing practice, Minor Illness course (National Minor Illness Centre), Recognition of the sick child course (Hinchingbrooke Hospital), Autonomous Practice in Emergency Nursing (Accredited with University of Hertfordshire), Advanced Non-Medical prescribing.
The Practice Nursing Team provides appointments during surgery hours for tasks such as dressings, removal of sutures, injections, vaccinations etc. The team performs routine health checks for all new patients and run various health promotion clinics.
The practice manager is involved in managing all of the business aspects of the practice such as making sure that the right systems are in place to provide a high quality of patient care, human resources, finance, patient safety, premises and equipment and information technology. The practice manager supports the GPs and other medical professionals with delivering patient services and also helps to develop extended services to enhance patient care.
The administration team provides secretarial and administrative support dealing with hospital referrals, clinical post, data entry, summarisation of medical records, and general administration.
The reception team have the hardest role of all; coping with the needs of the patients/clinicians and constraints of our appointment system. They endeavour to provide the best service possible to our patients in total confidence. It would be helpful for general enquiries to be made after 10.30am.
Based at Doddington Hospital, Doddington. The district nurses can be contacted on 0844 931 0045 and select Option 1. This number can be used Monday to Friday between 8am and 4pm. Outside these times, including weekends and bank holidays call 01603 481205.
Based at Doddington Hospital. They can be contacted on 01354 644368. They provide support and advice to parents of preschool children including all health checks and has a health promotion role with all age groups. They hold a weekly clinic on a Wednesday 1.15 - 2.45 pm at The Children's Centre, Larham Way, Chatteris, Cambs PE16 6PH.
Hold weekly clinics at The Children’s Centre, Larham Way, Chatteris, Cambs PE16 6PH. If you think you will need to make an appointment with your GP for this to be confirmed. The GP will refer patients to the Midwife.