Jane Stanford BSc
Leads the nursing team and is a nurse prescriber. She has undertaken the minor illness and
injury course and holds certificates in Asthma, COPD care and diabetic nursing.
Pam Field has an interest in children's
immunisation and is a general practice nurse who
patients for routine and urgent demand nurse appointments daily.
Paula Pengelly is a general practice nurse.
She has attained a diploma in Asthma and
a certificate in
Diabetes, has midwifery experience and is a smoking cessation
Sara Duggan is also a general practice nurse
with an interest in cervical cytology and
travel she is also
a smoking cessation advisor. She sees patients for routine and
demand nurse appointments daily.
In addition to their areas of special interest and expertise,
all of the practice nurses provide
general nursing services
and health promotion advice during surgeries by appointment
from 8.30am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday.
Nicole Stanway is an extended role healthcare assistant who can also perform B12
and Flu immunisations, apply and change dressings on minor injuries and is a smoking
Soo Markham and Wendy Timms are qualified phlebotomists and they also assist with
medicals and some clinical procedures. Appointments for blood tests can be made for their
morning and early afternoon surgeries. Laboratory specimens are collected mid morning
and early afternoon.
Nurses Tel: 01869
The District Nursing Team work closely with the rest of the
team, operating out of the same building and have full access
to our record system. They are involved in the care of patients
who are housebound and unable to attend the surgery, but need
nursing input in the community. The majority of their workload
is the elderly, the terminally ill and patients who have
recently been discharged from hospital. If you feel that you
might need their involvement please ring them direct or speak
to your GP.
Sandy D'Amon and Anna Saunders can
give expert advice on your family’s healthcare. Like the
district nurses they work closely with the rest of the team and
have full access to our records system.
243763, evening/weekend 01608
The Midwives attached to the surgery
provide antenatal and postnatal care with the doctors. Clinics
are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
June Morton is available on Tuesdays. NHS appointments can be
arranged through your own doctor. Appointments with June Morton
for private referrals can also be arranged through your own
doctor, who can provide details.
Edna Loewenstein is usually available on Wednesday mornings
and referrals are again arranged through your own doctor.
Manager Tel: 01869
Paul Netherton is responsible for the running of the practice
and is available to help you with any questions about
administration or non-medical aspects of your treatment at
Assistant Practice Manager Tel: 01869
Margaret Atkins supports the practice manager with the running of the practice and can
also help you with any questions about administration or the non-medical aspects of your
treatment at the practice.
Administrative Staff Tel: 01869
The reception and administration team are here to help you.
Their responsibility is to ensure that all patients have
equitable access to our resources and the smooth running of our
organisation. Looking after so many patients and running many
clinics simultaneously is often stressful and we appreciate
your consideration. In order to assist you quickly and
appropriately they may have to ask for more details about your
condition. Please let them know if you change your name,
address, telephone number etc in order that our records for you
and other members of your family are up to date. Our
receptionists are bound by the same rules of patient
confidentiality as the doctors and nurses.