David Sharpe
Clinical Pharmacist

David is our Clinical Pharmacist, he consults with and treats patients directly. He undertakes medication reviews and provides advice and support to patients who are taking multiple medicines (polypharmacy) and are managing long-term conditions. David also supports the rest of the clinical and the admin team with resolving day-to-day medicine issues and providing clinical advice about medications and treatments. 

Emily Parker
Pharmacy Technician 

Emily is a Pharmacy Technician who is employed by the local Primary Care Network and is attached to our practice. She has lots of experience dealing with medication queries and provides advice and support to patients with their medication. Emily works closely with David and the rest of our clinical team to provide excellent care for our patients.  

Attached Staff

PCN (Primary Care Network) Staff

Diabetes Specialist Nurses Pat and Karen run joint clinics at the surgery each month with our nurses to see patients who need additional support with their Diabetes management and work alongside our staff to mentor and train them. 

Muhammad is a First Contact Physiotherapist who works at the surgery on Monday mornings and all day Tuesday. He is able to see patients with musculoskeletal concerns for an initial consultation. He can then give advice and exercises, refer onwards to secondary care specialists, or organise other interventions.

Margaret is a Trainee Nursing Associate who works at the surgery whilst completing her training course. She works alongside our nursing team when she is not out on placements. 

We have access to a specialist team of Social Prescribers. One of these, Hayley, sees patients at the surgery on Tuesday afternoons. Social prescribers are able to offer help and support around mental health and wellbeing, social isolation, employment and training, benefits and housing advice and much more. If you would like to find out more about social prescribers please click here. If you would like to be referred to the social prescribers please contact our reception team who can do this for you! 

Helen and Milly are employed by the PCN to provide specialist mental health support to our patients. Helen works at the surgery on Wednesdays and Milly is here on Monday and Friday afternoons. Our GPs will refer you directly to them if they think you will benefit from their expert help. 

Health and Well-being Coach

The Health and Wellbeing Service aims to help patients in the Nottingham West Primary Care Network take more of an active role in their own health care through structured Health Coaching consultations. There is a focus on changing detrimental lifestyle behaviours with the intent of reducing health risks, improving self- management and symptoms of chronic conditions.

The Health and Well-being  Coach can guide and support patients to set realistic and achievable health related goals to improve quality of life and overall health and wellbeing. The criteria for the service includes all patients living with Diabetes or pre-diabetes and all patients living with a respiratory condition. The Health Coach offers 1:1 support as well as group exercise sessions and support sessions. Sessions can be conducted virtually, face to face or over the phone according to the patients preference.

For more information, please click on this link to watch a video.

To learn more about the service, please download this leaflet.

The following staff work with us but are employed by the local Primary Care Trust. 

Healthy Family Team - They can be reached at 0300 123 3387 (option 4) 
The healthy family team replace school nurses and health visitors. They are trained to advise on health care for Mums, children and families. 

Midwives - They can be reached at Dovecote House on 0115 952 2412.
Ante-natal clinics for pregnant women are occasionally held at the surgery, usually by Midwife Julie Tarbitt. Please ask the Receptionist for further information. Please be aware we do not book or hold a list of midwife appointments, all appointments are booked via the midwives. 

District Nurses - They can be contacted via the local hub on 0300 083 0100
They are available for a range of home nursing tasks if you are unable to travel to our surgery premises.

We also have a phlebotomy service which is provided by Nottinghamshire Healthcare Trust. Our regular phlebotomists are Michelle, Steph and Julie.


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