The Coppice SurgeryTel: 01903 783178
Angmering Medical CentreTel: 01903 786758
Wednesday 17th October 2018, 12pm-6.30pm
For urgent medical problems, please ring 111
MRCGP DRCOG DFFP MIPM Qualified 1994 at Freie University, Berlin. Joined the practice in 2004 and is interested in female health, including family planning, insertion of long acting contraceptive devices and minor surgery.
MB ChB Dip IMC MRCGP DCH MFFLM Qualified in 1991 at Birmingham University. Joined the practice in 2013 and is interested in emergency care, minor surgery, paediatrics and child health.
BSc.(Med.Sci.), MBChB, MRCGP. Qualified from the University of Glasgow 2009.
Interests: ENT, Dermatology, Internal MedicineHobbies: Playing the guitar, cooking and baking
Qualifications - MBBS, MRCS(edin.) MRCGP
Qualified from the T.N. Medical College, Mumbai, India -2000
Special Interest - Elderly care, Dementia
MBBS MRCGP Qualified in 2002 (Romania). Interested in family medicine.
RGN RM NP diploma BSc (hons) Nurse Prescriber Nurse Practitioner & triage nurse.
RGN Bsc(Hons) Nurse Prescriber Dip Family Planning, Dip Asthma
RNA/RCN BSc Hons Paeds Nursing Diploma in Adult Nursing Nurse Prescriber MSc Minor Injuries
RGN NP Diploma Nurse Practitioner, Chronic Heart Disease Nurse, Nurse Prescriber
RN, RCN - Diabetes Management. Lead Diabetes Nurse
RN, Asthma and COPD Diploma. Practice Nurse -Specialises in COPD & those with breathing difficulties
RGN, EN. Practice Nurse
RGN, Practice Nurse - Specialises in Diabetes Management
RGN - Practice Nurse
Practice nurses are qualified and registered nurses. They can help with health issues such as family planning, healthy living advice, blood pressure checks and dressings. The practice nurses run clinics for long-term health conditions such as asthma or diabetes, minor ailment clinics and carry out cervical smears.
Bsc (Hons) E.C.P, M.C. Para
Clinical Services Manager
Patient Services Manager
Reception Team Leader
Clinical Pharmacist (2011) MPharm - attached to the practice 2 days a week
Community midwives are responsible for nursing care in pregnancy and childbirth. They hold antenatal clinics at Angmering Medical Centre. They can be contacted via the 'maternity bleep' by telephoning Worthing Hospital or a message can be left at reception.
The district nurses provide a wide range of nursing services for patients at home. Messages for the nurse can be left at reception. They are not based at either surgery. Or you can ring One Call for advice (0845 0920414).
This is for patients, carers and relatives to ask about community health services which can be provided in the patient's own home. Calls can be made about changing dressings, taking blood samples, support for patients after leaving hospital, taking care of patients recovering from falls, occupational therapy and physiotherapy. The contact number in 0845 0920414.
The health visitors provide advice for families, particularly those with children under the age of five. They also offer information and support on parenting, child development, immunisations, postnatal depression and lifestyle concerns (e.g. smoking cessation and diet). The health visitors' direct line in 01903 787071.
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