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Under 65 Flu vaccinations are now in stock - please attend the Practice any day between 8.30am - 6pm to receive your vaccination or to check your eligibility. You do not need to pre-book your appointment.

Over 65 Flu vaccinations are currently out of stock - we are expecting a further delivery on 31st October please contact the Practice after this date.

FREE BLEED CLINIC - There will be no Free Bleed clinic on Tuesday 30th October, Thursday 1st November or Friday 2nd November. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

 

 

Nurse Practitioners

Mrs Joanne Lister (f)

Joanne is an experienced nurse practitioner, joining the Fountain in August 2016. She can diagnose, prescribe and refer if necessary for the full range of conditions.

Mrs Gaynor Edwards (f)

Gaynor is an experienced nurse practitioner, joining the Fountain in August 2017. She can diagnose, prescribe and refer if necessary for the full range of conditions.

Nurses

The team of nurses and healthcare assistants run their appointment system alongside the doctors and are able to advise you on a variety of health problems.

They perform the following routine procedures: administering vaccinations, cervical smear tests, ECGs, contraceptive advice, issuing the morning after pill, blood tests, ear syringing, dressing wounds and routine health checks.

In addition, our qualified nursing team, rather than the doctor, care for all long-term conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, heart problems and asthma. During your consultation all medication relating to your condition will be reviewed and updated.

Sister Joanne Heys (f)

Lead Nurse

Sister Jane Feely (f)
Nursing Sister
Sister Emily Wong (f)

Junior Sister

Health Practitioners

Mrs Ruth Feeney (f)

Healthcare Assistants

Bernie Loftus (f)
Alison Lea (f)
Mrs Emma Burrows (f)
 
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