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Closures for Training

On the following dates the surgery will closed for training from 1.30pm and reopen the following day:

18 July 2019     *     18 Septmber 2019     *     17 October 2019     *     20 November 2019     *     23 January 2020     *     19 February 2020     *     19 March 2020


Should you require medical attention while the surgery is closed please call NHS 111

Important information for users of Emerade (adrenaline autoinjector)

The makers of Emerade have advised there is a risk of needle blockage leading to Emerade failing to deliver a dose of adrenaline.

The risk is low, 2.3 in every thousand pens, however patients are advised carry two in-date pens with them at all times.

The product is not being recalled.   Published: 16 July 2019




Our experienced team of Practice Nurses can advise on and treat a wide variety of health matters and minor illnesses and injuries, and are available every week day. They maintain our emphasis on preventative care by helping to run the Doctors specialised clinics.
Sarah Compton (f)


Sarah has been with the nursing team since 2010. She is our Nurse Manager and deals with the day to day running of the Nursing Team. She also helps with running the TR, CHD and INR (Warfarin Clinics). Sarah also has previous experience in hospital nursing within A&E and acute wards. 

Anne Beckett (f)


Anne has been with the practice since 2004 during which time she has gained significant additional qualifications as well as looking after both our Diabetic patients and our Respiratory patients.


Ruth Vaughan (f)


Ruth joined us in 2006. Ruth works very hard for the practice delivering excellent treatment room care (smears, immunisations, dressings, smoking cessation, ear syringing and so on). Ruth has undertaken specialist training in Respiratory Care to develop her role further and is now assisting Anne Becket to care for our Respiratory patients.


Lorna Hardwick (f)

Hardwick.jpgLorna has been a practice nurse with us since 2011, Lorna’s role in the surgery is providing care for the treatment room, the baby immunisations clinic, the INR clinic,  the asthma and COPD clinic, were she has gained specialist qualifications. Lorna would say she loves her job and has been nursing for 20 years now, she has been a practice nurse for 10 years but prior to this worked as an A&E sister in St Thomas and The Royal London.

Elaine Graham (f)


Elaine has been with the practice 13 years, having previously worked on medical/surgical wards at Stoke Mandeville Hospital and Milton Keynes University Hospital. She has gained additional qualifications whilst working here and has a special interest in Long Term Conditions; diabetes (type I & type II) / coronary heart disease (CHD) and asthma. She also shares the running of our anticoagulation clinic as well as undertaking all other general nursing duties.

Healthcare Assistants

Liz Bird (f)

Liz trained as a nurse at the start of her career and joined our practice in 2013 as part of the reception team. She has now re-trained as a Phlebotomist and is currently updating & re-freshing her nursing qualifications with in-house training with our HCA's.

Debbie Ferguson (f)


Debbie Ferguson has been with the practice since 1990 when she joined the reception team. During her time with the practice Debbie has developed her clinical skills by way of securing an OU Diploma qualifying her for her current role as a HCA.

For some time Debbie spilt her time between reception and nursing however in February 2010 Debbie become a full time HCA allowing us to deliver significantly more appointments to all our patients.

You may expect to see one of our HCA’s for blood taking, urine dips, simple dressings, diabetic foot pulses, BP monitoring, healthy living advice, well person clinics ECG’s and so on.

Hannah Ingram (f)

Hannah is our new Health Care Assistant. She has a lovely manner and we're sure you will enjoy meeting her.

You may expect to see one of our HCA’s for blood taking, urine dips, simple dressings, diabetic foot pulses, BP monitoring, healthy living advice, well person clinics ECG’s and so on.

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