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Nurses

Sister Nadine Collinge (f)

Qualified as RGN from York University. Covers all aspects of nursing care within the practice having diplomas in asthma, copd, diabetes and minor illness. Previously worked at HDH on a variety of wards including surgical,  medical, high dependancy and nuero rehab.

Sister Charlotte Lee (f)

Charlotte qualified as an RGN at The Royal Masonic Hospital in 1987 and worked in Gynaecology and  Genito-urinary medicine where she also completed her Family Planning qualification and Gynaecology and Menopause qualifiactions. She became a practice nurse in 1993 and has gone onto complete her Diplomas in Asthma/COPD and IHD as well as becomming an Independant Nurse Prescriber. She offers a telephone triage service at the practice and specialises in Asthma/COPD and womens health as well as rouitne clinics.

Sister Sally Madeley (f)

Qualified as an RGN in 1985 and worked in acute medicine and then as a Rheumatology Specialist Nurse. She became a Practice Nurse in 1992 and has Specialist Nurse Practitioner Diplomas in Asthma, COPD, Minor Ailments and Certificates in Advanced management of Rheumatology / Diabetes.

Sister Fiona Raddings (f)

Qualified as Registered General Nurse(RGN) in Harrogate in 1990 and worked in an acute setting for the next 3 years on mixed medical, paediatric orthopedic and surgical wards. She then went on to work in the community as part of the District Nursing Team for 11 years.

Fiona started Practice Nursing in 2004 and her particular interests include wound care, women's health, child health and chronic disease management including COPD, Asthma & Diabetes. She is also the registered First Aider on site at the surgery.

 Sister Hannah Smith (f)

Qualified with BSc (Hons) in Adult Nursing in 2015 at University of Leeds and worked in Vascular Surgery in Leeds and then A&E and Intensive Care in Harrogate.  Hannah joined Spa Surgery in February 2018 and will provide a wide range of nursing care.  She currently specialises in wound care and is doing further training in the management of chronic diseases particularly Diabetes. 

Our practice nurses deal with a range of nursing services including:

  • Assisting in the management of chronic diseases such as asthma, diabetes and coronary heart disease
  • Minor Illness
  • Vaccinations and Immunisations
  • Dressing of wounds
  • Blood pressure checks
  • Electro Cardio Graphs (ECGs)
  • Blood tests
  • Cervical Cytology (Smear tests)
  • Dietary advice and weight management
  • Smoking cessation
  • General health checks (for patients who have not consulted a doctor or nurse for 12 months (over 75 years) or 3 years (16 to 75 years)
  • Drop In Teenage Health Advice

Healthcare Assistants

Mr Andy Ashton (m)

Phlebotomist and also qualified in wound management, Flu and Pneumoccocol vaccine administration and other HCA duties.

Mrs Margaret Milner (f)

Our Health Care Assistants all undertake a comprehensive training programme accredited by University of Huddersfield and are able to deal with new patient examinations, blood pressure monitoring, blood tests, ECG and hearing tests, as well as assisting the doctors and practice nurses in clinical procedures.

 Apprentice Health Care Assistants -Louise Still and Rosie Kent are currently attached to the Practice and are supervised by our senior nurses.

 
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