Please note we are currently a full time Practice Nurse down so please bear with us as the stretched nurse team tried to maintain an good service across both surgery sites.
Our practice nurses see patients by appointment only. They all undertake general treatment room duties, are involved in national screening programmes (Cervical Smears) as well as chronic disease management with routine hypertensive and chronic kidney disease reviews.
They can offer advice on numerous health topics including asthma, hayfever, diabetes, and heart disease prevention, well woman/man checks, family planning and HRT.
It is possible to request a telephone call from the practice nurse, depending on when the request comes in you will be contacted either the same day or the following day, please try to give a landline telephone number.
All our Registered Nurses are experienced and most have been with us for many years. They all run routine Practice Nurse Surgeries and they have all undertaken extended training and specialise in certain areas.
Find out more information regarding the Timetable for our Nursing team.
Lanie is based at the Penn Surgery and is our Practice Nurse Manager.
She has undertaken Diplomas in Diabetes, Asthma, COPD, Family Planning, Coronary Heart Disease and Cryotherapy.
Rose works across both sites and is further trained in Diabetes & is our Epilepsy specialist.
Liz is our Health Care Assistant who has had extra training to undertake phlebotomy, wound care, injections and basic health screening including blood pressure measurements & Spirometry. She also runs the NHS Health Checks for the over 50's.
Mandi works mostly at the SC and alongside general nursing, runs a Diabetic Clinic at the SC and a Child Immunisations Clinic at the Penn Surgery. She is also our Infection Control Lead.
Debbie has had training in Cervical Cytology, ear syringing, wound & leg ulcer management, Travel Health & Immunisation. She has now completed the Asthma Diploma and is now seeing patients at both surgeries.
Angela, a very experienced community nurse, has joined the team as a HCA. She runs some NHS Health Check clinics and has joined the Diabetic Team undertaking the information gathering stage of the Year of Care Planning, Diabetes Clinics.
We have a team of administrative staff to deal with your enquiries and requests as efficiently as possible whilst respecting your confidentiality.
The community nurses care for patients who need nursing at home and are based at The Marlow Health Clinic. They assess individual needs and visit accordingly. They can arrange services e.g. Home care, for the disabled and elderly. New patients will require a referral.
They can be contacted on Telephone number 01628 482292.
The practice has access to an NHS physiotherapy service, based at a new treatment centre in Cressex with various satellite venues. The service aims to see patients within 20 working days.
In addition they have a Musculoskeletal Service staffed by therapists and physicians for the more complex cases.
If your problem is not covered under NHS treatment, or you wish to have a more convenient of timely service for any reason, you may choose to go privately. Your GP or our receptionists will be happy to provide you with a list of local physiotherapy services. Please contact reception in the usual way.
The health visitors facilitate health promotion and care for families, mothers and the elderly.
Their office is at the Chalfont & Gerrards Cross Health Clinic.
Chalfont St Peter
Telephone: 01753 888835