Mrs Shoebi Zaman (f)

Clinical Pharmacist

Community Nurses

Midwife Service

The midwifery service is provided by Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Trust; the Practice has an allocated midwife who sees patients at Yapton Surgery and at home.



As part of the Primary Health Care Trust, the Community Nurses work in partnership with patients, their families, carers and other health care communityservices.  The Community Nurses are NOT employed by the Practice.

For those patients who are housebound, our service offers skilled nursing care, advice and support.

This care includes:

  • Full Nursing Assessment

  • Care and support for those with terminal illness

  • Wound care

  • Continence issues

  • Bowel Care

  • Issues relating to prescribed medication

  • Advice on health promotion

  • Referral to and liaison with other relevant agencies

  • There are two teams, one covering Middleton and the other covering Yapton and Barnham

Health Visitors

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.f

Attached Staff

Palliative Care

The Gold Standards Framework (GSF) is a practice-based system to improve the organisation and quality of palliative care services for patients fwho are at home in their last year of life.



-Control of symptoms

-Continuity out-of-hours

-Continued learning

-Carer support

-Care in the dying phase

-The practice is enrolled in the GSF programme.

The practice regularly meets with a Specialist Nurse from St Wilfrid's Hospice and the Community Nursing Team.

-GP Lead: Dr Mark Sidney

-Practice GSF Co-ordinator: Mrs Allie Neale

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