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Nurse Practitioners

Zoe Taylor (f)

We are please to announce that Zoe Taylor joins the practice on Tuesday 8th January as an Advanced Clinical Practitioner or ACP.

Advanced clinical practitioners come from a range of professional backgrounds such as nursing, pharmacy, paramedics and occupational therapy. They are healthcare professionals educated to Masters level in and have developed the skills and knowledge to allow them to take on expanded roles and scope of practice caring for patients.

Advanced clinical practitioners (ACPs) enhance capacity and capability within multi-professional teams by supporting existing and more established roles. They help to improve clinical continuity, provide more patient-focused care, enhance the multi-professional team and help to provide safe, accessible and high quality care for patients.

Zoe enhances the practice's skill mix seeing patients with everyday health concerns allowing the doctors in the practice to focus on patients with more complex needs.

Zoe is also a qualified Child Health Visitor and as such is able to carry out six week baby checks along with our doctors at the practice.

Garrick Wheatley (m)

We have a new Advanced Nurse Practitioner joining the team in mid march. Garrick has a special interest in diabetes and can also diagnose, treat and prescribe medication when required.


Louise Johnston


Claire Danks


Our practice nurses provides: Adult Vaccinations, Ear Syringing, BP Monitoring, Chronic Disease Management, Baby Immunisations, Cervical Smears, Contraception Services, Dementia Screening, Dressings, ECG, Health Checks, Holiday Vaccinations, HRT, Learning Disability Check, Removal of Sutures, Smoking Cessation Advice, Travel Advice/Vaccinations, Weight Management, Well Man/Woman Checks and Wound Checks.

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