Our Staff








Advanced Nurse Practitioners

Our Nurse Practitioners are highly qualified and have undertaken advanced training to enable them to manage patients. In general practice it is generally understood to mean a nurse who has undertaken extra training in clinical assessment, including history-taking and physical examination, so they can safely manage patients presenting with undifferentiated and undiagnosed conditions. ANPs can: • prescribe any medicine for any condition within their competence (including some controlled medicines) provided they have completed an Independent Prescribing qualification • see patients with undiagnosed, undifferentiated medical conditions and make treatment decisions, including ordering necessary investigations • refer patients to secondary care, although this can vary depending on local arrangements and protocols

Practice Nurses

Our team of Practice Nurses provide Health Promotion, Smears, Travel Vaccinations and Childhood Vaccination clinics and manage long term conditions.

Health Care Assistants

The surgery has experienced Healthcare Assistants who are available to help the Nursing team with a range of clinical tasks including blood pressure checks, phlebotomy, height and weight checks, ear syringing, new patient health checks, dressings, flu & pneumonia vaccines; carry out ECGs, B12 injections,

Practice Management


Assistant Practice Manager

Community Nurses

The community nursing service (commonly known as District Nurses) provides nursing care to people in their own homes. It is mainly for people who are confined to their home and who are over 18 years of age. The team provides healthcare that enables individuals to increase and maintain their independence, while remaining at home. They work closely with social services, GPs, other healthcare professionals and also patients and carers. The service makes sure that patients have the care, help and support they need, while maintaining their comfort and dignity

Health Visitors

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training related particularly to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old support and advice around the aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.


The podiatry service is based at Hickman Street Health Clinic. Our clinicians can refer you into this service. If you have been seen by podiatry before our doctor’s may be able to refer you without an appointment, please ask at reception.


There are physiotherapy sessions at Marshalls Yard Physiotherapy and Sports Injuries Clinic, Gainsborough Physiotherapy Clinic and at John Coupland Hospital. Our clinicians can refer you to our in-house service.