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Clinical Roles

Advanced Clinical Practitioners

  • Practitioners have undertaken extensive study to complete a Masters degree in Advanced Practice
  • Can make comprehensive assessment of symptoms for minor illnesses and long-term conditions
  • Can prescribe medication and make referrals to wider health care services

Practice Nurses

  • preventative medicine
  • chronic disease management
  • diagnostics (spirometry, ECG)
  • immunisations, (baby, adult, travel)
  • dressings
  • women's health
  • NHS heart and health checks
  • prostate implants

Health Care Assistant

  • diagnostic tests (spirometry, ECG)
  • vitamin B12 injections and shingles, pneumovax and flu injections
  • data - BMI, diet, smoking status
  • ear irrigation

B12 Injections 

Our Practice Nurse Team are now showing patients how to self-administer the B12 injection in a face to face appointment in surgery. Full instructions and training will be given to the patient by the Practice nurse at the appointment so that you feel confident that you will be able to continue to administer this yourself in the future, in the comfort of your own home.  The nurse will tell you when you are next due to for the injection. 

Phlebotomist 

  • bloods
  • blood pressure
  • pulses
  • BMI

Clinical Pharmacist

  • medication reviews
  • any health issues to do with medication

General Practitioner

To see more complex health care cases which cannot be dealt with by the staff roles outlined above

 

 
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