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When We Are Closed

closedWhen the surgery is closed, please call 111.   

NHS 111

In the case of urgent need when the practice is closed you can call NHS 111. Your needs will be assessed and advice offered or arrangements made for you to see a doctor.

Please do not ask to see a doctor out of hours unless you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.

Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.

NHS Health Help Now

An innovative new service is available to help you find the right treatment for health problems, especially when you are not sure what to do or who to contact.

Developed by Kent and Medway GPs, hospital doctors, paramedics and other health professionals, Health Help Now is a free to use web APP which can be used on a computer, tablet or smartphone. Access it online at

Twitter - @NHSHealthHelp / #healthhelpnow

Facebook -

Nurse Practitioners

An Advanced Nurse Practitioner (ANP) is a fully qualified, registered and experienced nurse who can see patients presenting with undifferentiated clinical presentations (i.e. a condition which has not already been documented in the clinical record nor has it been previously diagnosed by another appropriate Health Care Professional) and diagnose disease via comprehensive history-taking, physical examinations and ordering and interpreting diagnostic tests. They see patients at the Practice and can undertake home visits.

Their combination of years of nursing experience and higher qualifications enable ANPs to manage many illnesses and long-term conditions. They can recommend treatment plans for a wide range of acute and chronic disease including the prescribing of medication and referral to specialists and other healthcare services.

They can see all patients except children under two years and pregnant women.

They are not able to sign Fit notes (MED 3) or prescriptions for controlled drug medications or see children aged under 2 years.

They work closely with the GPs as a team and therefore can access appropriate support if a patient presentation requires a medical opinion.

Andrea Thomas (f)

Advanced Nurse Practitioner


Annaliese Woods

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Annaliese Woods

Melissa Allinson (f)

Nurse Practitioner

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Ilsa Clark (f)

Advanced Nurse Practitioner


Nadra Constance (f)

Nurse Practitioner



Practice Nurses are qualified and registered nurses. They can help with health issues such as:

  • Family planning / contraception
  • Healthy living advice
  • Blood pressure checks
  • Dressings and wound management
  • Cervical Smears
  • Childhood Immunisations
  • Travel health information and vaccinations
  • Removal of stiches / staples

The practice nurses are also qualified to run clinics for long-term health conditions including asthma, COPD and diabetes

Tina Ismail (f)


Deputy Nurse Manager

Sharon Cronin (f)


Practice Nurse

Julie Everard (f)


Practice Nurse

Amanda Jefferson (f)


Practice Nurse

Melanie Latteur (f)


Practice Nurse

Louise Alexander (f)

Practice Nurse


Karly Madams (f)

Trainee Practice Nurse


Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare Assistants are appropriately trained clinicians who support practice nurses with their daily work and work to protocols in order to undertake various tasks such as:

  • Urine testing
  • Blood Pressure measurements
  • 24 Hour Blood Pressure Monitoring
  • Simple dressings
  • Assist with minor operations
  • Smoking Cessation Advice
  • NHS Patient Health Checks
  • ECG recording
  • Phlebotomy (taking blood)
  • Flu vaccinations – working under Patient Specific Directions
  • B12  injections – working under Patient Specific Directions
  • To act as a chaperone as required
Gill Moon


Health Care Assistant

Nikki Murphy


Advanced Healthcare Assistant

Jacqueline Johnston (f)

Advanced Healthcare Assistant



Katie Griffin (f)

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