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Elbourne Surgery, , 31 High Street, Brandon, Suffolk, IP27 0AQTel: 01842 810388
M.B.Ch MRCGP DCH DRCOG DFFp
Specialist interests: Family Planning, Minor Operations, Asthma and COPD
Specialist interests: Paediatrics, Psychiatry, Diabetes
Favourite quote: ' Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can.
lead Practice Nurse
Andy is our Emergency Care Practitioner and will deal with minor aliments and some home visits.
Practice Manager. The Practice Manager is involved in managing all of the business aspects of the Practice.
Assistant Practice Manager, IT and Data Quality
District Nurses are qualified nurses with further specialised training and are experienced in provision of nursing care in the community. District Nurses help housebound patients, bedridden patients and patients requiring post operative care.
The principle roles of a District Nursing team are:
Planning of care programs with agreed objectives that are set in partnership with patients and their family/carers that aim towards either:
a) A full recovery
b) Enabling individuals to maximise their quality of life within the limits of their disease
Or c) Providing dignity and peace for the terminally ill
If you need care from the District Nurses you can either contact the surgery on 01842 810388, or you can contact them directly on:
0300 123 2425
Health Visitors are qualified nurses with further specialised training and are experienced in child health, health promotion and health education. Health Visitors help families with young children.
Health Visitors are part of the NHS community health services and they work closely with G.Ps, Practice Nurses, District Nurses, School Health Nurses, Midwives, Social Workers and School Teachers.
You can get access to your Health Visitor through your G.P surgery or health clinic.
Every family with children under five years has a named health visitor. They advise parents on their child's:
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