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WALK-IN FLU CLINICS

We are again running our popular Saturday walk-in clinics (No need to book) to Immunise our eligible registered patients against Flu. All clinics are from 08.30 to 11.00 a.m. 

The dates of the clinics are: 30th September & 14th October at Chobham, 7th & 28th October at West End.

We respectfully request that when considering having your NHS Flu Immunisation elsewhere, other than the practice, that you please note you are depriving the practice of much needed funding that is used to support other services - Thank you 

We now have free Wi-fi available in both our waiting rooms - select NHS Free wi-fi and log on.

Nurse Practitioners

Mrs Janet Finney

JanetJanet is employed by the practice as our 'Community' Matron. She is the responsible  lead  for all our housebound and frail and elderly patients. Janet is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Independent Prescriber and a Royal College of Nursing certified clinical leader.

Janet has a wide range of nursing experience at a senior level including working as a Senior Sister in Intensive care and a Community Matron, case managing patients with complex health needs.  

                                                                                               

Nurses

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 Karen Thornborrow

KarenKaren is an experienced Practice Nurse with previous experience working as a sister in Accident and Emergency at Ashford and St Peter's Hospital Trust.

She has a certificate in Asthma, COPD, CHD and Diabetes. She undertakes all aspects of nursing care including chronic disease management.

Her special interests include Respiratory care (Asthma and COPD), Diabetes, Heart disease, cervical smear taking, childhood and travel immunisations and smoking cessation.

Sister Emma George

EmmaEmma is an experienced nurse with previous experience working as a staff nurse in the surgical unit at Frimley Park Hospital Trust. She undertakes all aspects of nursing care and her special interests include cervical smear taking, childhood and travel immunisations and promoting good health.

She is currently working towards a certificate in Diabetes.

Sister Clare Harding

Clare has recently joined us from The Royal Surrey County Hospital Trust where she   Clare
was an experienced nurse working as a deputy sister in the Ear Nose and Throat Unit.

She undertakes general treatment room tasks including wound care and cervical smears.

Clare will shortly be completing her immunisation course and is working towards both childhood and travel immunisations.

Sister Joan Green

Joan is an extremely experienced Practice Nurse with previous experience in the acute sector.

She undertakes all aspects of Nursing Care and has a special interest in point of contact INR monitoring.

Healthcare Assistants

Ms Helen Simmons

HelenHelen is an experienced Health Care Assistant who undertakes phlebotomy (blood taking),  Blood pressure monitoring, ECGs, administering Vitamin B12 injections, promoting good health  and monitoring pre-diabetic patients.

She has a special interest in point of contact INR monitoring and smoking cessation.

Ms Veronica White

Veronica is an experienced Health Care assistant who undertakes phlebotomy, VeronicaBlood pressure monitoring, ECGs and promoting good health.

Mrs Michelle Dadd

Michelle has recently joined us from another practice and is experienced in phlebotomy,          Michelle
Blood pressure monitoring, ECGs and promoting good health. She is currently training on point of contact INR monitoring. 

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.
 
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