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Nurses

Liina Haythornthwaite

Liina Haythornthwaite

Liina is Lead Practice Nurse and joined the team in July 2016.  Liina previously worked in a practice in Bath and is a very experienced Practice Nurse.  She is particularly interested in diabetes and asthma.

Fiona Bowden

Fiona has been with the Practice since 2011 and has worked as a Practice Nurse since 2005. Prior to this she worked in a Hospital environment including Cardiac Intensive Care. Fiona has a special interest in diabetes and heart disease.

Ann Young

RGN

Ann joined the Practice in December 2013. She came to us from the Sirona Stop Smoking Service, and before that she worked as a practice nurse in Radstock. Ann is experienced in chronic disease management and brings a wide range of nursing skills to the team.

Gabby Violante

Having completed her training here, Gabby joined the Practice in 2016 as a Practice Nurse. She has a particular interest in wound care.

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Lynn Hutton

RGN

Lynn left the practice in September 2016.  However, Lynne will be here on a casual basis to support our nursing team, mainly undertaking chronic disease reviews. 

All of our Practice nurses are qualified and experienced in administering Immunisations and Vaccinations and a range of other services to support your health and wellbeing.

Healthcare Assistants

Anne Yeates

Anne can take blood tests, ECGs, and new patient checks. In addition our HCAs are trained Support to Stop Smoking Advisors and will be pleased to help those who wish to give up smoking.

Lorraine Isaac

Lorraine can take blood tests and ECGs .

Phlebotomists

Joan Inker

Our phlebotomists take the majority of blood samples.

If your doctor has requested a fasting blood test then please refrain from eating anything from 22:00 before the test. You are allowed to drink water only but nothing else during this time.

 
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