Nurse Practitioners

Jennie Lindsey (f)

Advanced Nurse Practitioner (ANP)

I started working in the NHS in 1994 as an Auxiliary nurse at the Northern General Hospital. I then went on to do my nurse training (Adult) and qualified in 2006. I worked in Respiratory Medicine in Sheffield and then as a Community Staff Nurse in Chesterfield. I was then given the opportunity to become a Community Matron and was employed by a GP practice in Chesterfield. During this time, I attended University to study a Master’s in Advanced Clinical Practice to become an Advanced Nurse Practitioner. I am a full prescriber. 

My interests are Palliative and Cancer Care, Care of the Elderly and Frailty. I lead in the care and support of one of our local care/nursing homes, and I also see a mixture of acute problems in clinic.

“An Advanced Nurse Practitioner (ANP) is an experienced and highly educated Registered Nurse who manages the complete clinical care for their patient, not solely any specific condition. Advanced practice is a level of practice, rather than a type or speciality of practice.

ANPs are educated at Masters Level in advanced practice and are assessed as competent in this level of practice. As a clinical leader they have the freedom and authority to act and accept the responsibility and accountability for those actions. This level of practice is characterised by high level autonomous decision making, including assessment, diagnosis, treatment including prescribing, of patients with complex multidimensional problems. Decisions are made using high level expert, knowledge and skills. This includes the authority to refer, admit and discharge within appropriate clinical areas.

Working as part of the multidisciplinary team ANPs can work in or across all clinical settings, dependant on their area of expertise.”

(Chief Nursing Officers Directorate, 2017)


Nurse Tracy Bradfield

Tracy is our Lead Practice Nurse

Nurse Laura Tiernan
Nurse Melissa Beevor
Nurse Leila Rose
Nurse Elspeth Sylvester
Nurse Jane Bagge
Nurse Susan Grix
Nurse Emily Knox-Barnett
Nurse Isabel Pico (f)

Our Practice nurses are highly skilled and have been trained to provide a wide range of nursing and paramedical services, including health promotion (e.g. hypertension screening, family surveillance, over 75 checks1, well man/woman checks, new patient medical checks, lifestyle management and advice on weight and alcohol consumption), chronic disease management, travel advice and vaccination, phlebotomy (including INR monitoring), cervical cytology and breast examination for women and, in conjunction with the doctors, prostate screening for men.

Specialised annual review clinics for patients with a history of coronary heart disease, stroke, diabetes, asthma or COPD are run jointly with the doctors.

  • Annual checks at patient's request if not attended surgery in last 12 months
  • Available at patient's request if not attended surgery in previous 3 years
  • Please make an appointment for this check within 6 months of registration

Healthcare Assistants

Melanie Tittcomb
Kate Partridge
Laura Wright
Gill Bright
Lisa Ruddiforth
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.


Sara Newton
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