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Nurse Practitioners

Nurse Practitioner Information

What is a Nurse Practitioner?

These are trained nurses who have completed degree level education and training to extend their nursing role to include, diagnosing and treating, including prescribing, for a wide range of common health conditions. They are also skilled in advanced care of long term health conditions, eg., diabetes, prevention of coronary heart disease and referring to hospitals and specialists.  Our Nurse practitioners have expertise, knowledge and complex decision making skills with clinical competencies for expanded practice.  Our Nurse Practitioners can diagnose, treat and prescribe for our patients autonomously but are always supported by our GPs.

Nurse Kate Simmonds (f)

RGN, MSC Advanced Practice

Kate is our Nurse Manager 

Nurse Mandy Adams (f)
Nurse Jennifer Cable (f)


Jen is our Lead Practice Nurse

Nurse Nikki Lopez (f)

Nikki is highly qualified and experienced in respiratory disease and COPD

Nurse Lesley Morritt (f)
Nurse Helen Rosser (f)

RGN BSc (Hons) ANP

Nurse Josie Tuck (f)

Nurse Practitioner - Mental Health


Nurse Michelle Court (f)


Michelle is one of our lead practitioners for vulnerable patients and also specialises in respiratory disease.

Nurse Ann Edwards (f)


Nurse Fulmar (Tufty) Hawkins (f)


Tufty specialises in COPD and Asthma alongside her Practice Nurse duties

Nurse Carole Lambourne (f)


Carole specialises in Diabetes alongside her Practice Nurse duties

Nurse Emma Williams (f)

Healthcare Assistants

Lisa Awdas (f)
Jacqueline Dennett-Rodgers (f)

Able to carry out treatment room duties including dressings, ear irrigation, blood pressure checks, some injections (please check with reception), removal of sutures, smoking cessation support.

Jack is a TNA (Trainee Nurse Associate)


Elaine Kiddell (f)


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