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Julie Akers

My first job was working at All Saints Hospital as an Occupational AIDE for 1 year, then started nursing auxilliary work on the wards for 1 year until I started my Psychiatric nurses training.

I studied at Hellingly hospital from 1977-1980. After qualification I staffed for eighteen months then went to Israel, to a kibbutz for 1 year.

I returned to do my RGN training at EDGH for eighteen months, and then staffed for years in medical then surgical wards.

In 1985 I had a family and returned in 1997 to work as a community nurse in the district nursing team.

I joined Manor Park Medical Centre as a Practice Nurse in 2011 and have a particular interest in special diabetes and ears.

Michelle Hewitt

I studied Nursing at Brighton School of Nursing in 1991. After qualifying, my first job was as a staff nurse on the medical assessment unit at Eastbourne. I worked there for 2 years, then went on to work at St Wilfreds Hospice. Although I enjoyed this work, I returned to Eastbourne Hospital after 2 years and started a post in A&E. I left A&E when I had children and started work as a community nurse in Lewes, then more locally in Polegate.

I started working at Manor Park as a Practice Nurse in 2010. I continue to study in all areas and love the variety and different skills this job demands, but have a special interest in respiratory nursing, wound care and infection control.

Health Practitioners

Mr Martin Colbourne (m)

Martin is a Paramedic Practitioner who has joined our team to assist GP appointment demand. He is able to see the majority of non critical patients ailments and it is strongly suggested you accept an appointment with him to reduce your wait to see a GP. He is a fantastic addition to our team.

Healthcare Assistants

Victoria Wishart

In November 2016 I started working at Manor Park Medical Centre as their HCA.

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