Beechfield GardensSpaldingLincs, PE11 1UNTel: 01775 724088
MBBS DD DCH DPD(Cardiff)
MBBS DCH DFSRH FRCGP MRCP MRCS
MB ChB MRCGP FP(Cert) 1981 (Leciester)
Practice nurses are highly qualified, registered nurses who provide a wide range of clinical services at Beechfield.
Our practice nurses provide a range of clinics related to long term health conditions, minor illnesses, family planning,healthy living advice, blood pressure checks,wound dressing, and some are also qualified to undertake smears.
Healthcare Assistants support our clinicians with their daily work and carry out a range of tasks such as blood pressure measurements, new patient checks, elements of our Chronic Disease Management and a wide variety of health and wellbeing related checks. They are qualified to nationally recognised standards, and are a key part of our Nursing Team.
The Practice Manager is responsible for all aspects of the day to day non-clinical functions of the practice, and ensures that the GPs and other medical professionals are fully supported in the delivery of patient services of all descriptions. He is supported in this role by an experienced team of Line Managers, reporting to him, who ensure that Finance, Administration, Reception and our Dispensary are all fit for purpose and meeting the high standards required of them.
IT and Compliance Manager
Finance & Admin Manager
The managment team is supported by a very strong team of dedicated receptionists, secretaries, dispensers, adminstrators and housekeepers who make sure that all of the key functions at the practice - from answering the telephone or dealing with your prescriptions, to making sure that patient referrals happen promptly - are appropriately and efficiently taken care of.
Midwives work with the doctors to provide care for mothers before and after delivery and care for the baby.
District Nurses are based at the Johnson Community Hospital in Spalding. They provide quality nursing care and support to housebound patients, and their carer, who have acute, chronic and palliative care needs. They work with other health professionals to provide personalised care.
Health Visitors work in partnership with individuals of all ages, with groups and with families, providing information on good health including pre-school developmental screening, assessing health needs and referral to other services as appropriate. Each Health Visitor is a registered nurse with extra training to work within the community.
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