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Nurse Practitioners

The Practice offers appointments with our Nurse Clinicians as an alternative to an appointment with a GP. They are able to offer appointments to patients for all acute conditions and are qualified independent nurse prescribers. 

Alison Robson (f)

Alison Robson is the Head of Nursing for the Eric Moore Partnership medical Practice.


Alison trained and qualified as a Registered General Nurse in the Queen Alexandra Royal Army Nursing Corps in 1991. Since then she has worked within a variety of NHS and military settings.


She gained her masters qualification in 2000 and independent prescriber in 2006.


She has specialised within diabetes, family planning and primary care.



Within the Practice, besides being a highly qualified Nurse Clinician who not only sees patients independently but also heads up the 6 member strong Nursing team of 3 Nurse Clinicians, 2 Practice Nurses and 2 HCAs. She has a supporting and coordinating role in relation to their service delivery offering leadership, Clinical Supervision, mentorship and training. 



Alison is also the Diabetes Lead for the Practice.


 


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Jacqui Laughlin (f)

Jacquie is a Senior Nurse Clinican ate Practice with Independent Prescribing Qualifications .



Jacqui did her general nurse training at The London Hospital and then trained as a midwife in Essex (no longer practicing as a Midwife). 


She became a practice nurse in 1997 and has undertaken a specialist practitioner (practice nursing) degree.


Jacqui has extended her role over many years and now works as a nurse clinician which means she can examine, diagnose, prescribe and refer for many general conditions in primary care.She is also the Asthma and COPD Lead for the Practice and is a Nurse Mentor .




 


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Nurses

The practice nurses undertake all forms of chronic disease management clinics (Ischaemic Heart Disease, Diabetes, Asthma, COPD etc.) and reviews.

Patients can also book appointments for Cervical Smears, Well Man/Woman, Contraceptive Advice, Travel Advice and Immunisations, Childhood Vaccinations, Pneumococcal Vaccinations (Over 65s and at risk patients), Influenza Vaccinations (September-January), Blood Pressure Clinics and other health promotions with the practice nurses.

All eligible patients will be contacted by the practice to book an appointment for Chronic Disease Reviews etc. Patients can also contact the practice reception to book your appointment as required.

Sister Joanne Scott (f)

Jo completed her Nurse training at Salford University in 2003 and went on to work at Salford Royal Hospital on both short-stay surgery and the surgical high dependency unit. After having her first child, Jo then started working as a community staff nurse within the Warrington area.


In June 2014 Jo joined us at Eric Moore Partnership as a Practice Nurse, and alongside the other members of the nursing team, she see patients for a range of issues including, chronic disease management, childhood immunisations, travel advice and womens' health.


Jo has recently taken on the role of Homelessness Lead at the practice, and offers regular outreach clinics for homeless and otherwise vulnerable patients.


 


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Sister Kate Jacobs (f)

Kate joined our team in 2016 after extensive experience as a District Nurse.  She reviews patients with chronic diseases and also undertakes immunisations, travel vaccinations advice and works as part of the Nursing team supporting the diverse array of clinical services from the practice.

Healthcare Assistants

The healthcare assistant will also offer appointments for blood pressure monitoring, blood tests, new patient health checks, ECGs and support the clinical staff in all aspects of patient care.

Mrs Emma McMillan (f)

Emma has a long history of working within the primary care setting, and she worked in a variety of different administrative roles before training as a Healthcare Assistant (HCA). 



Emma is fully trained in performing spirometry testing, NHS Health Checks (for patients aged 40-74 years), ECGs, Blood Pressure checks, New Patient Health Checks and some chronic disease reviews. She is also able to offer health promotion advice to patients who wish to make lifestyle changes in order to reduce their risk of cardiovascular disease and other health conditions. She also assists with minor surgery procedures and other specialist clinic as required. Emma is the winner of the "EMP 2016 Employee of the year" award for her exceptional services to both patients, practice and colleagues.



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