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Greyfriars Medical Centre

Dr Bruce Halliday, Dr Dawn Philip, Dr J Glidden Chalmers,  Dr Simon Willetts,

 Dr Debbie Swalwell, Dr Erin Barrett, Dr Pira Vivekanandaraja, Dr Matt Starostka, Dr Aisha Muhammad.


* Please see IMPORTANT CHANGES that will affect how Patients make an appointment at Greyfriars Medical Centre*

EMERGENCY TEAM

Our Emergency Team consists of Nurse Practitioners and GP's. The Emergency Team provide on the day advice and appointments for those who seek rapid access to a Clinician out with the availability of their own GP.

 

PRACTICE NURSES

Our Practice Nurses form an important part of our Practice Team. They perform a wide range of duties including the follow-up of patients with diabetes, asthma and hypertension preventative medicine and routine nursing duties in the form of immunisations and well person clinics. They have undergone extensive additional training to enable them to perform these more specialised tasks

 

HEALTH CARE ASSISTANTS

The Practice has Health Care Assistants who carry out duties in the Surgery. They can take blood tests, perform basic chronic disease management, ECG's and various vaccinations. If you require an appointment for any of these, please telephone the Surgery to arrange an appointment with the Health Care Assistant.

 

DISTRICT NURSES

Our attached District Nurses hold regular surgeries in the Practice for general nursing care such as dressings, removal of sutures, etc. Patients confined to their homes who need nursing assistance may arrange for this with their Clinician.

 

MACMILLAN NURSES

Macmillan nurses offer advice and support to many people affected by cancer. They help make informed decisions about treatment and guide patients through the maze of different services. They also offer emotional support and help people with cancer deal with their symptoms and pain.

 

HEALTH VISITORS

The Health Visitor service is available to give advice on health care, particularly for expectant mothers, small children, the elderly and the handicapped. The Health Visitors can be contacted during normal working hours by telephoning 01387 220003.

 

PRIMARY CARE MENTAL HEALTH NURSE

You can make an appointment with one of our Primary Care Mental Health Nurses if you experience low mood, anxiety, depression or stress. Have trouble controlling your emotions or difficulty sleeping?

 

OTHER SERVICES (NON-NHS)

Please arrange a special appointment for services such as private medical examinations, private sickness certificates, etc. The Patient Services Team can advise you of the appropriate fee where applicable.

 

INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY SERVICE

Are you over 18 years old and have an intellectual disability? The Health Facilitators can help and support you on 01387 244244.

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