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If you have not yet had your flu vaccine, please contact the practice to book an appointment as soon as possible. 

We are now able to offer appointments at weekends and evenings. For more about this service, click here

Nurses

Our practice nurses offer a wide range of services including advice and health care for asthma, contraception, diabetes and hypertension. They also remove stitches, change surgical dressings, give injections, advise on travel immunisation, administer wound management, deal with some minor injuries and syringe ears. They vaccinate babies and children and advise on many aspects of your health. The nurses are supported by a small team of healthcare assistants and phlebotomists.


Our practice nurses are highly skilled and experienced and have specialised in many aspects of care. Please let the receptionist know what you would like to see the nurse about, so that she can make sure that you get an appointment with the appropriate nurse and for the appropriate length of time. Appointments with the nurses can be arranged by telephoning us on 01367 242388.

Hilary Deakin (f)
Becky Eyre (f)

Becky joined the surgery as a practice nurse in 2004. She qualified as a Registered General Nurse in 1998 and initially worked on a ward specialising in medicine and coronary care. During this time she also completed her degree in acute and critical care. In 2001 Becky moved to Reading and became involved in intermediate care, completing several courses in wound care, diabetes and team management, before relocating closer to home. Since joining the practice she has continued her development in asthma, cytology and family planning and research. Becky's interests outside work include travel, photography and wildlife and she has two young boys who also keep her busy.

Fiona Lines (f)
Tessa Mobey (f)
Louise Smith (f)

Louise qualified as a Registered General Nurse from the Bristol Royal Infirmary in 1989. Following this training she worked in intensive care and coronary care for 3 years before moving into general practice. Louise has been working locally as a practice nurse for the past 15 years and has a special interest in diabetes. She has undertaken several courses in diabetes and successfully completed the Diploma in the Management of Diabetes in General Practice. She is married with 2 children and enjoys spending time with her family and friends, going on holidays, cycling, badminton and making jewellery.

Nurse Louise Gray (f)

Healthcare Assistants

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.
Mrs Sandra Pett (f)
Mrs Carol Woods (f)
Mrs Sharon Duff (f)
Mrs Mandy Lee (f)
Mrs Penny Murby (f)
 
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