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GPs are able to recommend trusted health and wellbeing apps on the NHS Apps Library to their patients. The NHS Apps Library currently has more than 70 apps covering a wide range of health and wellbeing specialisms and physical activity monitors and has now had more than a million visits. Mental health apps have so far proved to be the most popular followed by pregnancy and baby apps, with sleep, diabetes and healthy living making up the remaining top five categories.

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Current Doctor and Nurse timetable November 2018

*Please note this timetable is a guide only, and may be different on some weeks due to other commitments.


Nurse Alison Richmond (f)

Alison is our Senior Practice Nurse and is in charge of the whole nursing team. She is also our specialised chronic disease management nurse.

Works Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays.

RGN 1986

Skilled in:

Long term conditions monitoring:Diabetes, COPD, Asthma, Hpertension,

Sexual Health management: Contraception reviews,

Nurse Julie Allinson (f)

Julie is a new practice nurse to the team having joined in June 2018. She will work Tuesday, Thursday and Fridays.

Skilled in:

Long term conditions monitoring:Hypertension,

Wound management: Dressings, Ulcer Management, Compression bandaging

Routine Vaccinations: Baby Immunisations (Fridays), Shingles, Flu, Pneumococcal, NHS only travel vaccinations

Other: Cervical Smears, Prolia, B12

Healthcare Assistants

Maria Hoare (f)

Maria is our regular HCA and joined the team September 2016. She will work Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays.

Skilled in:


Dressings - routine and ongoing 

(assessment dressing appointsments need to be with a nurse)

Blood pressure

Health Checks - afternoons, evenings and Saturdays (occasionally)


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