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We now have  a nurse practitioner service we can offer to patients. They are able to treat most acute problems so you may be directed to these instead of a GP.

Please note patients are registered to the practice list and not individual GP's, doctor of choice is not always possible but we try to accommodate.

Our Reception team now triage every call by asking you a few questions regarding the nature of your appointment.  This is so they can navigate you to the best clinician in our team to treat you.  As our team is expanding this may not by a doctor. Please try to help them by giving us as much information as possible as to why you would like an appointment.

We would like to welcome Sam Barker  to our clinical team.  Sam joins us as a mental health nurse who will be able to see our patients with any mental health problems including depression, anxiety, stress etc.  

Our Health Care Assistant Sarah recently completed her Bolton Care Certificate, well done Sarah.  Here she is being presented with her award.

Attached Staff

Miss Samantha Barker (f)

Sam is our new Mental Health Worker.  For mental health concerns such as anxiety, depression and low mood you can make an appointment with Sam without seeing a GP first.

Laura Cook (f)

Pharmacist Technician

Laura is a Pharmacist Technician working with our practice, as part of an NHS England pilot scheme to help support the GP Workforce.  Laura works as part of a larger pharmacy team, deployed all over Bolton, to help support practices in delivering better patient outcomes.  Laura’s current role in our Practice is very varied but her main focus is around medication itself and supporting patients in making sure they get the best from their medication.

Laura should be the first point of contact at the practice to help any patients who have a query or issue with their medications, including, being able to synchronise repeat medications which run out at different times.

Laura is able to consult with patients on Wednesdays and will liaise with the GP if there are any issues.  

Mr Sam West
Mrs Kathryn Brignall (f)

Health Improvement Practitioners

Health Improvement Practitioners help people to develop healthier behaviour and lifestyles in their own local communities. They offer practical support to change their behaviour to achieve their own choices and goals.

The exact role will depend upon the needs of the community in which they work, but typically would involve:

  • Performing Over 40 NHS Health Checks
  • Review of patients with High Risk of Cardiovascular Disease
  • Review of patients who are At Risk of Diabetes
  • Encouraging patients to stop smoking
  • Encouraging patients to participate in increased physical activity
  • Encouraging patients to eat more healthily and lose weight (if necessary)
  • Encouraging patients to drink sensibly
  • Their role will soon include being involved in the care and management of newly diagnosed diabetic patients and health assessments for patients with mild – moderate COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease), with a view to improving their health and lifestyle.
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