Practice nurses are qualified and registered nurses. They can help with health issues such as family planning, healthy living advice, blood pressure checks and dressings. The practice nurses run clinics for long-term health conditions such as asthma or diabetes, and carry out cervical smears.
Hayley Kirk (f)
Qualified as a RGN with a DipHE in 2005 where I worked on EAU dealing with both acute medical and surgical emergencies. BSc (Hons) completed in 2008 which included courses in diabetes care, preparation for Mentorship, advanced life support. Joined the specialist cardiac rehabilitation team in 2011 where I completed courses in heart failure management, nutrition in coronary care, BACPR physical activity and exercise course. Started with the practice in 2015 where I have participated in my cytology training, degree module in family planning/women’s health, Immunisations and travel health training, burns/wound care, ring pessary fits.
Anna Barton (f)
Registered adult nurse, qualified 2005. Worked in Intensive Care between 2005-2014. Became a Practice Nurse in 2014. Completed Asthma Diploma in January 2017.
Joanna Ling (f)
2005 qualified diploma HE adult nurse. BSC hons nursing studies 2009 including four modules, diabetes care, evidence based care dissertation, exploring professional practice and preparation for mentorship. 2015 advanced life support. Acute medical nurse from 2005-2014, Cardiac nurse in a percutaneous coronary intervention unit for 3yrs.
Charlene Day (f)
Qualified as a Registered Nurse in 2019 with a BSc (Hons) degree in Adult Nursing, after working as a Health Care Assistant at Ipswich Hospital for eight years. As well as three years experience triaging urgent out of hours patients for NHS 111 which both roles inspired me to start my nursing degree. I am now completing a further university course 'The Fundamentals of Practice Nursing' at Anglia Ruskin University Chelmsford to compliment my new job role as a GP Practice Nurse