Clinical Practitioners

Clinical Practitioners are qualified to assess patients’ physical, psychological and social needs and to diagnose and implement agreed management plans with patients, including appropriate prescribing and referrals to specialists.

Our team of Clinical Practitioners work closely with the doctors and provide appointments for patients.

Janice Burton (female)

BSc (Hons) RGN, Independent Prescriber

Qualified as a State Registered Nurse in 1982. Then followed a varied career path including district nursing, overseas work, private healthcare and telephone triage. I have worked in General Practice since 2004. Registered independent prescriber 2008, Graduated BSc Hons (first class) Nurse practitioner 2009. I have worked at this practice since 2013.

Jonathan Carlyon (male)

Registered General Nurse (RGN) October 1992. Accident & Emergency experience between 1992-2004. Qualified as a Registered Nurse (Child) October 1998. Graduated BSc Hons Specialist Practitioner Accident & Emergency Nursing October 2001. Registered Independent Prescriber 2001. Graduated BSc Hons (first class) Nurse Practitioner July 2006. General Practice experience between 2004 to present.

Ailsa Grimsey (female)

Qualified as a RGN in 1995. A and E experience from 1995- 2017, Diploma in Coronary Care 1998, Diploma in Accident and Emergency Nursing 1999, Minor injuries qualification 2003 Degree level, Worked as an Emergency Nurse Practitioner 2003- 2017, Independent Nurse prescriber 2017 and recently completed Msc in Advanced Healthcare Practice

Nasima Begum (female)

BSc Hons Adult Nursing 2008 (London), BSc Hons Practice Nursing 2014(London), recently completed MSc Advanced Practice in Health and Social Care (Advanced Nurse Practitioner) programme (London). Registered Independent and supplementary non-medical prescriber (2016). Background prior to primary care include Emergency Theatres – scrub nurse (London), A&E in one of London’s largest trauma centres – qualifications in trauma course and A&E course (London).

Daniel Borrett (male)

Independent Prescriber. Registered General Nurse (RGN) 2010. Accident & Emergency experience between 2010-2018. Minor injuries Qualification 2013 at degree level. Emergency Nurse Practitioner in Accident & Emergency from 2013-2018. Working towards Msc in Advanced Healthcare Practice. Joined Two Rivers in December 2018.

Ancilla Shirley (female)

BSc. 1st Class Hons – Health & Social Studies (2004); RGN St George’s London (1983); University Certificate in Counselling (2008); Independent Prescriber (2006); Community Practice Teacher Certificate (2004); Diploma in Asthma (2004); Diploma in Family Planning (2004); Specialist Practitioner Certificate in General Practice Nursing (1998). Practice Nurse in General Practice and Student Healthcare (1984 – 2002); Nurse Practitioner in General Practice, Walk-In and Out of Hours (since 2002).

Lucy Shemmings (female)

I have been a registered Paramedic since 2015, prior to this I worked as an EMT for 5 years on a frontline Ambulance. I loved the emergency side, but wanted a new challenge and so joined Two Rivers in 2016. I have recently completed a BSc in Emergency Practitioner Care at Wolverhampton University, which is enabling me to develop my Primary Care skills further.

Sheila Bundhun (female)