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NEW SERVICE - BLOOD TEST 'SIT AND WAIT' APPOINTMENTS


(Please note: Your blood test MUST have been authorised by the doctor)


Did you know appointments are available for blood tests without the need to book in advance?


Simply turn up at the surgery (Monday to Friday) between 08.00 - 09.30am and your blood test will be taken that morning in our 'Sit and Wait' Clinic.


Whilst we endeavour to avoid delays these may on occasions be unavoidable but we will advise you of the current waiting time on arrival.


(This service is a pilot and is subject to change according to the needs of the service - information correct as of 9th May 2018)

Nurse Manager

Wendy Patrick

RN (Adult)

Nurses

Emma Hopkinson
RN (Adult)

Michelle Konopacki
RN (Adult)

Susan Tighe
RN (Adult)

Dawn Waugh                                                                                                                                                RN (Adult)

Chrissie Hibbett
RN (Adult)

Amy Harding

Our highly experienced team of practice nurses carry out a wide range of services associated with the treatment room. They help monitor patients with chronic conditions such as asthma, diabetes and chronic heart disease. They are a valuable source of information for patients requiring advice about life-style changes such as weight management and help to stop smoking. Our nurses carry out full vaccination and immunisation programmes for adults and children (including those for travel), cervical smears, dressings, pill checks, ECG’s, blood tests, pre-conceptual advice, well man/well woman checks and many more.

Healthcare Assistants

Julie Kilbourn

Claire Watts

Healthcare assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.

 
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