Our Practice Nurses are both highly qualified and can deal with a range of medical conditions as well as prescribe medication, request xrays and blood tests. Before booking straight with a GP, ask reception if the Nurse may be able to deal with your problem. 

Our Nurses can:

- Treat uncomplicated Chest, Skin and Urine Infections as well as any Minor Ailments

- Check Blood Pressure

- Give Diet & Lifestyle advice and Cholesterol management 

- Provide COPD/Asthma and Diabetes Management

- Provide Cervical Screening, Contraception and Sexual Health Screening 

- Administer travel immunisations 



Nurse Rebecca Lee

Rebecca is a Nurse Prescriber so she can prescribe the contraceptive pill, antibiotics and a variety of other medications. She is a Respiratory Nurse Specialist who manages all of our COPD & Asthma patients and she can also treat patients with Respiratory Infections. 

Rebecca has over 20 years experience working in AE. She is also a Diabetic Nurse Specialist. 

She can perform Spirometry (breathing tests needed to diagnose Asthma and COPD). Please remember to inform reception if you have been asked to book for spirometry so they can ensure you have the right appointment length. If you have been treated for a chest infection you will need to wait at least 6 weeks before having spirometry, to allow accurate interpretation of results. 


Nurse Catherine Smith

Cathy is a Nurse Prescriber and is able to prescribe a variety of medications as well as treat infections. She has a specialist interest in Diabetes and she is competent in initiating complex treatment including Insulin when needed. In addition, Cathy can deal with minor ailments, infections and contraception requests. 

Cathy is also a stop smoking specialist. She is able to give advice on diet and lifestyle changes for patients with High Cholesterol or who are trying to lose weight.

Cathy is a good listener and particularly skilled in mental health care and talking to patients who may feel low in mood or anxious.


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