Doctors

Dr Maria Carrasco (f)

MBBS,MRCGP.

Nurses

Camilla Jackson

Our Practice Nurses run a range of clinics and support for patients with long term conditions which include:

Blood Pressure Monitoring

Asthma and Chronic Obstructory Pulmary Disease (COPD) Monitoring and Advice

Healthy Living Advice including Excercise and  Diet Guidance

Cervical Cancver Screening

Sexual Health Awareness including Chlamiydia Screening and Contraception Advice

Travel Vaccination and Advice

Removal of Sutures/Stiches

Wound Care Dressing

Babies and Children Immunisation

Influenza clinics  and other vaccination programmes.

Administration

Jodie Reader

Reception

The practice reception team are here to help you. They have a difficult job to do, with phone calls and enquiries from every direction. When telephoning for medical attention the receptionist may ask for a few details. They have been trained to make these enquiries so that we can help you in the most appropriate way. The reception staff will be available to make routine appointments and provide information on 020 8643 3030.
Shelley Fillingham
Sarah Bone
Sally Belton
Jane Ellis

Pharmacists

Mr Nisar Ahmad (m)

Community Midwives

Community Midwife – 020 8641 1324
The midwife is based at St. Helier Hospital, Carshalton. You may contact her through the surgery or community midwives at St. Helier Hospital. She runs the Antenatal Clinic on alternate Tuesdays. For more information contact the receptionist.

Community Nurses

District Nurses – 020 8 554 2020
The district nurses are based at Green Wrythe Lane Health Centre and have a major role in the management of patients at home.

Health Visitors

Health Visitor – 020 8647 0031
The health visitor is based at Shotfield Health Centre and is concerned with maintaining the health of pre-school children and the elderly. We run a well baby clinic twice monthly.

Attached Staff

Trevor de Sa (m)

Trevor is responsible for overseeing all non-clinical work in the practice.

 
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