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Nurses

Emma Harnett

Lead Practice Nurse

Alison Gamblin

Alison has been in nursing for 35 years. She first gained experience in general practice working for 11 years in Braintree. She moved to the Lister Medical Centre in 2004.

Alison carries out a full range of general treatment room duties and has past experience of treating minor ailments. A lot of her time is devoted to running clinics in long-term disease management such as CHD; heart failure; asthma; COPD and diabetes. She is involved in training new nurses in these areas.

Having recently completed her course, she is now a non-medical prescriber.

Svitlana Popovych

Lana has 17 years of experience in Primary (outpatient and inpatient) Care in Ukraine.

After completion of the Supervised Practice Programme in 2005 she worked in the Acute Care of the Elderly ward at North Middlesex University Hospital and four years in the Intensive Care Unit at PAH Harlow. In 2009 she moved to work in various positions starting as a Community Nurse Practitioner later as a Community Matron.

For 2 years, before moving to Osler House GP surgery in June 2013 as a Nurse Practitioner, she worked as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner in A&E and the Emergency Admission Unit at PAH. Also does work for Hertfordshire Urgent Care OOH GP service on a part time basis.

She loves to spend time with family, reading, visiting historical houses, gardening.

Pam Durrant
Catherine Madden

Healthcare Assistants

Kim Niven

Kim has undertaken a recognised course and is now trained as a Health Care Assistant with NVQ (Grade 3) qualifications. Kim has a smoking cessation level 2 certificate and also assists doctors in minor surgery as well as assisting the practice nurses in asthma and diabetic clinics.

The Health Care Assistants run all new registration health checks and have also been trained in the use of the spirometer, a machine used in the diagnosis of chronic respiratory disease, and they undertake ECG's at the request of the doctors.

Jane Allen
Jayne Stevens
Becky Crook
 
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