- Nurse Marie (f) – Advanced Nurse Practitioner
- Nurse Hanna Steadman (f) – Advanced Nurse Practitioner
- Nurse Julie Allen (f) – Advanced Nurse Practitioner
Marie and Julie work alongside the doctors and are able to diagnose, prescribe and refer as necessary. They see patients with acute conditions such as: –
- Cough / chest infection
- Ear infection
- UTI – Urinary infection
- Flu like illnesses
- Acute illnesses in children aged 3 months – 5 years
- Strained joints, back pain / ache
- Asthma / COPD
- In growing toenails
- Infected wounds
Nurses and Pharmacist
Practice nurses are qualified and registered nurses. They can help with health issues such as family planning, healthy living advice, blood pressure checks and dressings. The practice nurses run clinics for long-term health conditions such as asthma or diabetes, minor ailment clinics and carry out cervical smears.
- Sister Jane Dalrymple (f) – Practice Nurse
Registered General Nurse, Diploma in Reproductive Health & Contraception Issues, Diploma in Asthma Management & Diploma in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.
- Sister Tanya Hoare (f) – Practice Nurse
Registered General Nurse & Diploma in Diabetes Management.
- Sister Cori Maietta (f) – Practice Nurse
I am a Registered General Nurse with a special interest and Certificate in Diabetes Care and Management. I grew up in Gloucestershire and qualified from the University West of England with a first class honours degree in 2017. I have recently started Pilates and running, taking part in the local park run. I enjoy spending time with my family and travelling with my husband who I happily married last summer.
- Sister Eileen Bowden (f) – Practice Nurse
I am a Registered Adult Nurse, with a special interest in Tissue viability, I am ex-Army Combat Medical Technician with 17 years’ experience in Health-care. I graduated from The University of the West of England. I enjoy spending time with my family and playing sports
- Ziad Suleiman (m) – Pharmacist Practitioner
Ziad our in house pharmacist practitioner, who has been practising for 15 years and has experience in general practice, community pharmacy, the NHS and intermediate care centres throughout Gloucestershire. Ziad is a specialist in medicines and supports the practice and our patients.
- Katie – Pharmacist Practitioner
- Emma Smith – Pharmacy Technician
- Mahmoud – Trainee Pharmacist
Healthcare Assistants and Phlebotomist’s
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.
- Lyndsey Millar (f) – Advanced Healthcare Assistant
- Clare Taylor (f) – Healthcare Assistant
- Beryl Arnold (f) – Phlebotomist
- Janet Day (f) – Phlebotomist and Smoking Cessation Advisor
Midwifery clinics are held on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday afternoons at the surgery for routine antenatal care.The doctors will see patients for their postnatal check. Community midwives are based at Gloucester Hospital but hold antenatal clinics at the surgery weekly.
The support and care provided for women in the antenatal period also includes parent craft classes. They conduct home deliveries and provide postnatal care and support for a maximum of 28 days if necessary. The midwives can be contacted on 03004 225 128.
The district nursing team provides care for patients who are housebound or have a nursing need that makes a home visit appropriate. They provide a wide range of nursing skills, advice and support to both patients and carers. The team are based at Stokes Hay Nursing Base and can be contacted via the surgery or on 01452 712 975 (answerphone).
The health visitors are based at Stokes Hay District Nurses Base, Cheltenham Road East, Churchdown, Gloucester. GL3 1HX. They give advice on healthy living, particularly to families with children of pre-school age.
They undertake routine developmental assessments of children and be contacted on 01452 859 901 Monday to Friday between 09:00 and 16:30.