Jubilee Opening hours -

The surgery will close at 6pm on Wednesday 1st June and will reopen on Monday 6th June at 8:30am. 



Community Midwives

We have a midwife who will look after you during your pregnancy and after you have had your baby.  We hold weekly ante-natal clinics (Tuesday).

Nicola Forsythe

Community Nurses

The District Nursing Team carry out a wide variety of duties such as:

  • Drug Administration
  • Simple and complex wound care
  • Continence assessment
  • B12 injections
  • Catheter care
  • Pressure care assessment
  • Ear Irrigation (surgery clinics only)
  • Palliative care
  • Caring for complex deteriorating patients

District nurses run clinics in the surgery but also visit patients who are housebound and unable to get out.

When carrying out house calls they are unable to specify exact dates and times that they will be calling as they expect you to be home, however, they do recognise that some housebound patients do have to visit hospitals and day centres at times; If this is the case, when organising your home visit with the nurse, please let them know any relevant information with regards to this. 

District Nurses - direct line: 01670 536211.



Lyndsey Wilkinson

Community Matron – Team Lead

Health Visitors

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

Nursery Nurse

Angela Gaffing

Administrator for the Health Visiting team

Attached Staff

Podiatrist - Anna Trotter

We have podiatry clinics available on a Monday and a Thursday.

The podiatry service includes:

Foot care and advice

Diabetic foot checks

Nail Cutting

Nail Surgery

Housebound patients can arrange home visits for a podiatrist to call out. Please contact reception for more details if you require this service.

Anita Stafford (f)


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