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The Practice Team

The practice team comprises GPs, nurses, healthcare assistants, management and administrative staff.

It is supported by other local clinical staff, including community nurses, healthcare assistants and therapists, health visitors, midwives and school nurses and works with the Wilson Practice Patient Participation Group committee, which is a volunteer body.

Trainee doctors

We also regularly host fully qualified doctors who are progressing their specialty education

GP trainees (GP Registrars) have already decided on a future career as a GP. They are generally with us for six or 12 months. Foundation Year doctors are on a four month rotation with us, as part of the education in a number of clinical settings. 

These young doctors are the future of general practice and other medical disciplines.  They bring their enthusiasm for medicine and quest for further knowledge to the practice. They start with longer appointments that our established GP team, and may consult with their mentor during or after your consultation.

Nurse Practitioners

Sister Claire Muir

RGN BSc (Hon) Nurse Practitioner. Non-medical nurse prescriber.

Sister Muir manages our nursing team.  She is an experienced nurse practitioner who works extensively as part of the Rapid Access (Duty) team. 

She also runs Asthma and COPD clinics. 

Her interests include: managing minor illness, CHD, hypertension, asthma and chronic lung disease.

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Sister Lynn Paice

RGN Non-medical Nurse Prescriber

Sister Paice runs our travel clinic and also offers hypertension and asthma clinics.  She also works as part of our Rapid Access (Duty) team.

Her interests include: managing minor illness, general nursing and asthma

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Sister Wendy Morris

RGN BSc Non-medical nurse prescriber.

Sister Morris works as part of our Rapid Access (Duty) team
Her interests include elderly care, diabetes, wound care

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Sister Jean Thomas

CHCN RGN RHV Non-medical nurse prescriber
Sister Thomas works as part of the Rapid Access (Duty) team and sees patients in the minor illness clinic

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Sister Ali Watts

Sister Ali Watts is a Nurse Practitioner who also works in an A&E setting.

She works with us as part of the 'Duty' team on Wednesdays.

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Nurses

Sister Alison Frater

Sister Frater is our diabetes nurse lead.

She works closely with Dr Fellows to help patients with diabetes manage their condition.

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Sister Tina Palmer

RGN RMN

Tina joined the practice in 2014. She works in the treatment room and supports the Minor Injuries Unit with care of casualties.

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Sister Julee Cherukattu

Sister Cherukattu joined the practice in summer 2015.  She offers well woman clinics, undertaking cervical smears and contraceptive implants. She also  works in the treatment room and supports the Minor Injuries Unit.

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Healthcare Assistants

Karen Baxter, Wendy Gagan, Mary Barnsley and Holly Nicholson carry out a range of procedures including taking blood and performing ECGs and lung function tests.

They also work in the practice treatment room, support the Minor Injuries Unit and undertake health checks for new patients and those with hypertension.

 

 

 

 

 
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