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I trained at University College Medical School in London and qualified in 1993, being awarded the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, MBBS.
My early career was spent gaining experience and knowledge in specialities at London hospitals such as the Royal Free and St. Bartholomews. Initially I trained as a surgeon for several years .At this time I developed an interest in orthopaedics and sports injuries.
Extensive training and experience in A&E medicine allowed me to gain a broad knowledge base and ability to confidently manage medical emergencies in hospitals and in the community.
During my general practice training, I was fortunate enough to gain experience in dermatology; genito- urinary medicine; obstetrics and gynaecology; paediatrics and psychiatry, culminating in my final year on the Cambridge GP Vocational Training Scheme (Addenbrookes Hospital).
During my career, I have gained further specialist qualifications in family planning and currently hold the DFFP (Diploma in the Faculty of Family Planning) and the DRCOG (Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology). In addition, I also hold the MRCGP (Membership of the Royal College of General Practice (England).
I have worked at many practices in the Lincoln and Grantham areas until I became a partner at Church Walk Surgery in April 2011.
Advanced Nurse Practitioner
I qualifed as a Registered General Nurse in 1992 and worked mainly in acute medicine until joining the Royal Air Force in 1993. During my time in the RAF, I worked in acute medicine, coronary care and oncology before moving into primary care in 1995. I gained several post graduate qualifications including asthma and allergy management, family planning, coronary heart disease management, aeromedical evacuation and gained the title of specialist practitioner in primary care. In 2005 I also qualified as an independant nurse prescriber. In 2008 I was awared a BSc hons degree from City University London. In 2016 I was awarded MSc in Advanced Clinical Practice from Lincoln University.
I have worked at Church Walk Surgery since 2007 and my current role is Advanced Nurse Practitioner involves dealing with acute illnesses, chronic diseases and I also have a special interest in women's health.
Specialist Practice Nurse
I completed my nurse training at Sir Gordon Roberts's school of Nursing in Northampton and qualified as an RGN in 1995, following which I worked in General Surgery at Kettering General Hospital. In 1997 I moved to Germany and worked for the British Army in general practice, obtaining a diploma in Asthma management in 1998.
After moving back to the UK I continued working in General Practice in both military and civilian medical centres, during which time I further trained to obtain diplomas, in Diabetic management (2000) Coronary Care and Heart disease (2004) and COPD management (2010).Additionally, in 2009 I completed an honours degree in health studies with a Specialist Award in General Practice at Bangor University.In 2013 I became a Non-Medical prescriber.
My current role involves managing patients with Diabetes. Also, I manage patients who have had a cardiac event in the past, along with supporting colleagues in managing COPD/CKD. I also see patients with minor illness along with some treatment room duties including cervical cytology, wounds and Spirometry testing (ARTP qualification 2018).
Our receptionist / dispensers provide an important link for patients with the practice and are your initial contact point for general enquiries. They can provide basic information on services and results and direct you to the right person depending on your health issue or query. They make most of the patient appointments with the GPs and nurses. They also perform other important tasks such as issuing repeat prescriptions, dispensing your medication and dealing with prescription enquiries.
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