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BBC Health News
Switch to vaping 'helps smokers' hearts'
16 Nov 2019 00:47
A month-long study on smokers suggests vaping could reduce the risk of heart attacks and stroke.
Severe allergic reactions rise in children in England over past five years
15 Nov 2019 00:51
The parents of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, who died in 2016, call the increase "deeply alarming".
Abusive note left on ambulance in Southend
15 Nov 2019 11:43
The ambulance service said the person who left the message should "remember crews are there to save lives".
Worcester University student in meningitis warning after collapse
15 Nov 2019 15:57
Matthew Griffin, 21, thought he would be able to sleep off his symptoms after feeling unwell.
Hospital waiting times at worst-ever level
14 Nov 2019 13:37
Record numbers in England are on hospital waiting lists, while A&E delays highest since target introduced.
Complementary cancer therapies 'do more harm than good'
14 Nov 2019 03:23
Garlic and ginger pills can delay the healing of skin wounds when breast cancer spreads, expert says.
Doctors and Staff
Dr Sue McGuiness
MB ChB DRCOG (Sheffield 1986)
Dr Kevin Simms
MA (Cantab) MB BChir (Cambridge 1989)
Dr Steve Connolly
MB ChB (Liverpool 1993)
Dr Wayne Osborne
MB ChB MRCGP (Liverpool 2002)
Dr Diane Lathar
MB ChB (Liverpool 2001) MRCS
Dr Padma Subramanya
MB ChB MRCOG MRCGP DFSRH
Dr Suman Maddula
Dr Sapphira Kaushal
Dr Deirdre Watters
Dr Evonne Osborne
Mrs Sue Kemp-Hughes
Sue's responsibilities include blood pressure checks, cervical smears, phlebotomy and delivery of health promotion incorporating asthma, diabetes, angina, assessment of the elderly, endoscopy and minor surgery.
Mrs Jane Gibson
Jane's responsibilities include blood pressure checks, cervical smears, phlebotomy and delivery of health promotion incorporating asthma, diabetes, angina, assessment of the elderly and child immunisation.
Nasima's responsibilities include blood pressure checks, cervical smears, phlebotomy and delivery of health promotion incorporating asthma, diabetes, angina, assessment of the elderly and child immunisation.
Mrs Maureen Hendry
Maureen's responsibilities include; Medication review appointments, Pill check appointments and hypertension clinics. Maureen also supports the GPs with everyday medication queries and liaises with local nursing homes and pharmacies.
The District Nurses
Their responsibilities include the care of patients in their own homes where appropriate.
Ms Brogan Purves
She has responsibility for day-to-day management of the practice, incorporating personnel issues, complaints, IT and training.
Ms Jaqui Johnson
She has responsibility for financial issues.
Mr Adam Osborne
Mrs Linda Miceli
She looks after the day-to-day running of the reception and admin departments.
Miss Amanda Bogle
Deputy Receptionist/Admin Supervisor
She takes over Linda's responsibilities in her absence.
Miss Cheryl Lane
She deals with hospital referrals and will also help with any problems regarding hospital appointments and booking of ambulances.
The Administrative Team
Miss Bethany Riley and Mrs Demi Gill, Miss Chloe Tierney
Their responsibilities include arranging appointments for special clinics at Priory Medical Centre for immunisations, disease management clinics, cervical smears etc. They are also responsible for inputting clinical data onto our computer system.
The Reception Team
Ms Shelagh Ryan, Miss Kellie Ainscough,, Mrs Anne Saxon, Mrs Susan Chiocchi, Miss Jessica Ashcroft, Mrs Elaine Atkins and Mrs Andrea Lee. The reception team will help with making routine and urgent appointments, repeat prescriptions and all general enquiries.
Mrs Val Forshaw
Val assists the practice nurses by running clinics at the practice for taking blood samples, blood pressure and general health checks.
Our health visitors provide health promotion with particular reference to newborns and children up to the age of five.
Our Midwives run weekly clinics at Priory Medical Centre every Wednesday and Thursday.
Priory Medical Centre is a teaching practice and from time to time it may be that a student will be in attendance whilst you are having a consultation with the doctor. You will always be told beforehand that a student is going to be present and if you would prefer to see the doctor alone just say so; your care will not be affected in any way.
Practice nurses, district nurses and health visitors have training roles within the practice and from time to time they also may have students working with them under supervision to gain valuable experience.