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Its not too late to get your Flu jab....

We are working with the other surgeries in Felixstowe to make sure that all patients still have the chance for a flu jab.... Call the practice to book your slot

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Nurse Practitioners

Clare Bramhill

Nurse Practitioner Degree (First Class Honours)
Special Interest – Diabetes


Patricia Evans

BSc Honours, Dip N and Dip HSW
Practice Nurse specialising in CHD, COPD and Asthma

Denise Sleightholme

Practice Nurse specialising in Diabetes, Weight Management and General Nursing.

Our team of qualified nurses delivers a broad range of services which include advice on all aspects of health and well-being; asthma and diabetic care; cervical smears; ear syringes; travel health and immunisations and blood pressure checks. They also monitor patients in the chronic heart disease (CHD) and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) clinics and can offer helpful support and advice on lifestyle issues such as diet, smoking, exercise and alcohol use. They work closely with our GPs to provide a comprehensive service to our patients

Carol Phillips 

Caroline Makris

Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.

Becky Lewis

Available to perform blood pressure checks, ECG tracings and hearing tests.Becky also assists in the CHD and COPD screening and assessments and health checks for newly registered patients.

Kirsty Perry

Available to perform blood pressure checks, ECG tracings and hearing tests. Kirsty also assists in the CHD and COPD screening and assessments and health checks for newly registered patients. 

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