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MB BS (London CXWMS)1987 M.Phil Medical Law MRCGP DCH DRCOG FP Cert
MB BS (Bangalore) 1997 MRCGP DRCOG DFFP
MB ChB (Birmingham) 1996 MRCPCH MRCGP
BSc (Hons), MBBS (Newcastle), MRCGP, PGCME
MB ChB (Leeds) MRCGP DRCOG BSs (Hons) Phamacology
MB ChB 1997 (Edinburgh), MRCGP
MB BS (Peshwar) 2002 MRCGP MRCP (UK) MRCP (London)
MB BS (HYMS), MRCGP
MB BS (HYMS) 2014
MB BS (Newcastle) 2006
RN (Adult), BSc (Hons), GDAP, NISP, NMC: 05G1863E
The nurses provide a wide range of services including smears, immunisations (including travel vaccines and advice), ear syringing and clinics for asthma, diabetes and heart disease.
You can see our healthcare assistants if you need a blood test. They also carry out some BP checks, ECGs and fit our 24hour BP and ECG machines as requested by the doctors.
We have a team of administrative and computer staff who deal with all patient registrations on our computer, incoming hospital letters and test results which the doctors have seen, call and recall systems for tests and vaccinations. They ensure that the information on our computer system is accurate and up to date.
Our housekeeping team ensure that the highest standards of cleanliness are maintained on the premises. We follow infection control guidelines in the cleaning and maintenance of our building and equipment and received an A rating on our most recent inspection.
Our team of receptionists have a demanding job. Please be patient if you are kept waiting or appear to be asked some apparently irritating questions as we need to assess the urgency of calls and ensure full details are available to the doctor to aid the smooth and safe running of the practice.
The secretaries deal with the doctors’ referral letters to hospitals and liaise with hospital staff regarding queries for appointments, admission dates etc. If you have any queries about your referral to hospital they will be pleased to help. If you change address please make sure that you inform us if you are waiting for a hospital appointment.
B Pharm (Hons), PhD, PG Dip (Advanced Practice) MRPharmS GPhc 2036524
There are a number of staff employed by the community trust who work closely with the practice. They are the District Nurses, Health Visitors, Midwives and School Nurses. There is also a Mental Health Team and specialist services from MacMillan Nurses and Continence Nurses.
The dietitian provides dietetic advice and assists in the diabetic clinic in Hornsea and Aldbrough on Wednesdays. She sees patients referred to her by the doctor or nurse, by appointment.