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FLU VACCINATION CLINIC- 50-64

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FLU VACCINATION UPDATE:

The surgery is now running a clinic on the 12th December 2020 at our Middleton Practice for ages 50-64 for the Flu Jab. You do not need to be at risk for this vaccination. If you would like one, please contact either surgery to book.

The surgery is now also running a clinic on the 10th December 2020 and 17th December 2020 at our Yapton Practice for over 65's for the flu jab. Please call either surgery to book.

Thank you

Avisford Medical Group

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Nurse Practitioners

Mrs Ronnie Redstone

Paramedic PractitionerRonnie Redstone

Ronnie joined the practice in February 2015 after many years in the ambulance service. Working alongside the duty doctor, Ronnie mainly visits patients in the community.

Nurse Patricia Breach


Patricia Breach (RGN BSc DPSN) initially joined the Practice as a Nurse Practitioner at Middleton in 2008. Tricia, as she likes to be known, has been nursing for 30 years, primarily in hospitals and has a specialist interest in cardiology.


Tricia is an adult/paediatric resuscitation instructor. Her hobbies include dinghy sailing and watching her children play rugby & compete in various athletic and triathlon competitions.

Nurses

Practice nurses are qualified and registered nurses. They can help with health issues such as family planning, healthy living advice, blood pressure checks and dressings. The practice nurses run clinics for long-term health conditions such as asthma or diabetes, minor ailment clinics and carry out cervical smears.

Nurse Alison Richardson

Practice Nurse 

I worked at Barnham Medical Centre for 8 years before transferring to Avisford Medical Group 18 years ago. I trained in Yeovil, Somerset in 1981, and qualified in 1984, following which I worked in both hospitals and in the community.


I now work part-time at both Middleton and Yapton. I specialise in respiratory illness, receiving my asthma diploma in 1999.


I also carry out heart disease checks, cervical cytology, childhood immunisations and general treatment room duties.


I am married with four children, two dogs and numerous fish. When I have any free time, I enjoy walking, swimming and socialising!

Nurse Julie Healy

I like to be called "Jules".

I qualified as a nurse in 2006 but have worked for the NHS for almost 30 years.

Initially I worked in a community hospital & then a hospice before becoming a treatment jroom/practice nurse in early 2011.

I spent several years in Crawley & when I moved to Selsey, joined a practice in Horndean for some time before coming to join the team at Avisford Medical Group. 

I have a diploma in adult nursing & in asthma. 

I have a Jack Russell Terrier called Roxie and a cat, Alfie. I am married to my lovely husband Terry.

Nurse Julie Cleeves (f)

Diabetes Nurse Practitionerjulie

I qualified as a RGN in 1990 and have been a practice nurse since 2005.

I specialise in diabetes for adults.

I also see patients for treatment room procedures.

I am married with 2 grown up children.

Nurse Mandy Clements (f)

Locum Diabetic Nurse

Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.

Mrs Caroline McPeak

Health Care Assistant

Miss Julie Logan (f)

Health Care Assistant

Miss Angela Davies (f)

Health Care Assistant
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