Royal Primary Care has a diverse team of clinical and non clinical members all working to provide the best care we can. The Clinical Services are supported by our Management and Administration Teams.
Our Reception team provide face to face contact and handle the telephone calls. All of our reception staff are being trained as Care Navigators - this role is to get you to the person most able to help you with your problem.
The GP may well not be the most appropriate person for you to see.
We have Advanced Nurse Practitioners, Pharmacists, Mental Health Specialists, Physiotherapists, Practice Nurses and Health Care Assistants all with appointments available. Our entire team works closely with one another and the doctors are always available to support our team members in their decision making.
Specialist Mental Health Practitioners
|Ms Nicola Shepherd-Boden|
I have specialised in Mental Health Nursing since qualifying with BSc (HONS) from Sheffield University in 1999. Since that time I have undertaken roles in Forensic, Acute and Crisis settings, gaining a wealth of experience in risk management.
I am a Independent nurse prescriber and mentor for students within the organisation.
I have a particular interest in Solution based therapy and Psycho-social interventions to promote self recovery within the Primary care setting.
|Ms Justine Lee|
I trained as a registered Mental Health Nurse at the Romford College of Nursing/University of East London between 1991 and 1994.
Initially working in Warley Hospital in Brentwood for two years before moving back to the north of England.
I then worked for secondary mental health services in Rotherham for 21 years in various roles in across inpatient and community settings, before joining the team at Grangewood Medical Centre in February 2017. The post is a relatively new and part of the multi disciplinary approach aimed at improving the quality of care for patient by providing specialist input at GP level.
I completed my non medical prescribing qualification through the University of Sheffield in 2011.
Practice Nursing Team
Our Practice Nurses are specially trained to run routine clinics for certain conditions, such as diabetes and heart disease. (Each of our Nurses specialises in a different area, so you need to book ahead with the most appropriate person).
They also provide service and advice on issues such as health promotion, contraception, travel, vaccination and cervical cytology (smears).
Matron - Head of Nursing Royal Primary Care
|Mrs Nicola Else|
Nicola Else, currently practicing as a Nurse Practitioner while studying at the University of Derby for a Masters in Advanced Clinical Practice. Nicola qualified as a nurse in 2011 and began her nursing career in secondary care on an acute medical ward, specialising in respiratory medicine. After three and a half years, Nicola was ready for a new challenge and made the move into Primary care to work as a Practice nurse and attended DeMontfort University to study for a degree in Practice nursing. In 2016 Nicola began the three, year course at the University of Derby and has completed three modules at master’s level.
Nicola has an interest in respiratory medicine and skin conditions.
|Mrs Lisa N Farlin|
I am a Registered General Nurse. I qualified in 1999 from Barbados Community College. My post grad experience includes, Paediatrics including PICU,General Surgery and Medicine. In 2002 I did my Theatre Practitioner qualification and gained First assistant to the Surgeon with additional Skills in 2006.
I am passionate about the nursing profession and I became a qualified mentor to students in 2006. I am also very passionate about providing Quality care to patients and thus I trained in Infection prevention and Control in 2010, this led to additional training in Incident reporting and Risk assessments.
In 2016 I trained to be a Practice Nurse and I am competent in all proficiencies of the role, e.g. cervical smears, LTC management, Contraception and All Immunisations.
I currently have a special interest in Diabetes Management, Respiratory management and Health and Social care Leadership.
I am passionate about safe patient care and health promotions that will enable my patients to live a high quality lifestyle.
|Mrs Anna Jenkinson|
When I was young all I wanted to do was to be a nurse. On leaving Malaysia, I trained at the old ‘Chesterfield Royal’, to become a Registered nurse. Subsequently then worked in intensive care for a period, followed by A & E. After this, I moved to Scotland to work on a medical unit for 5 years. Then Nottingham to work on a surgical unit for 5 years. Have always been interested in general practice and community health and I commenced work as one of the first Practice Nurse’s in post in 1986 in the Chesterfield area. This post highlighted my need for further in depth understanding of the social needs of people and would be an advantage in my work. Therefore, I embarked on an Open University Degree course gaining a BA Honours in Health and Social Care whist working full time. The course enabled me to choose the subjects that are relevant to my practice work, e.g. working with young people, promoting health skills perspective and practice, making a tremendous difference to my working ethics. My main specialist clinical interests are; Diabetes triggered by family experience of diabetes management and understanding Health Promotion on reflecting on how my health needs were met in country of origin.
|Mrs Jackie Taylor|
I have had a varied nursing career working in medicine, anaesthetic nursing, working at a small community hospital in the Scottish highlands where you dealt with whatever came your way, Marie Curie, Ambulance escort, Post anaesthetic care and then finally Practice nursing.
I also managed to squeeze in 2 years working in an Outdoor pursuits centre where I organised the housekeeping and catering.
My role as a practice nurse is varied but my special interest is asthma.
If you can catch me when I am off duty , I am usually at the gym, on the back of my husbands motorbike, or organising the feeding of homeless or destitute folk on Church on the bus in Chesterfield.
|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.|