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Specialist Nurses

Mrs Wendy Nicholls (f)
Sister Zoe (f)

We are pleased to welcome Sister Zoe to our Team. Zoe is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner with an MSc in Advanced Practice in Health and Social Care.  She is new to the area but has family connections so knows Clacton and the surrounding area fairly well.

Sister Zoe has prescribing rights and can diagnose and treat such things as:

Headaches, skin problems, sore/itchy eyes, Hayfever, sinus or nasal congestion, oral thrush Mouth ulcers, sore throats/tonsils, ear problems, acute back pain, D&V, urine infections, constipation, chest infection and palliative care.

She also has experience in chronic disease management.

Sister Zoe is skilled in telephone triage too and will ensure patients who need to be seen are given appointments with the appropriate clinician matched to the patient’s need.

We know that Sister Zoe is going to be a great asset to East Lynne Medical Centre.

Miss Sam Goddard (f)

Advanced Nurse Practitioner soon to be working toward a MSc. Sam is Aduit trained and works autonomously within the practice with GP guidance where needed. She as able to diagnose minor ailments, manage acute and chronic illness through conducting a physical examination and interpreting medical history, and by performing diagnostic testing and procedures. Sam is an independent prescriber and is able to prescribe a wide range of medications within her scope of practice.

Sam has in depth knowledge and skill in triage, she conducts telephone consultations and can attend home visits. Sam is registered Mentor for Nursing Students. Sam has a specialist interest within Tissue Viability and Gastroenterology.

Miss Zoe Reed (f)

Nurses

Celia Wilson
Ms Heather Simpson (f)

Healthcare Assistants

Mrs Eileen Griggs
 
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