DR PHILIP RAYNER
MBChB 1985 (Leeds) MRCP MRCGP DFFP
DR JAMES HOPKINSON
BMed Sci BMBS 1997 (Nottingham) MRCGP FFSEM
DR JANE PARTINGTON
BMed Sci BMBS 1997 (Nottingham) DCH MRCGP
DR EMMA SHERWOOD
BMedSci BMBS 2000 (Nottingham) DCH MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH
DR CAROLINE WIGHT
BMed Sci 2000 (Nottingham) MRCP MRCGP DRCOG DFSRH
DR JESSICA BROWN
BMed Sci 2007 BMBS 2009 (Nottingham) MRCGP 2014
DR SHEENA LANYON
B.Med Sci 1991, BMBS 1993, MRCP, DRCOG, MRCGP
DR PETRA RICHMOND
MBBS Newcastle 2008, MRCGP 2015, MA Universiteit van Amsterdam 2007, DRCOG, DFSRH
DR EMMA FLEMING
MB, BChir, MA, MRCGP, DRCOG, DFSRH
Assistant Practice Manager
Dispensary Delivery Driver
The community matron works closely with the doctors and nurses in the practice (and other practices in the locality) to case manage patients with complex long-term conditions particularly with a view to preventing hospital admissions.
The district nurses will visit patients at home when they are unable to attend the surgery. They are responsible for all aspects of nursing care in the home. This may range from basic post-operative wound care through to palliative end of life care for those who wish to die at home. The service includes a full, comprehensive assessment of the individual’s needs, supply of equipment and if appropriate, referral can be made to other agencies.
The district nurses telephone number at the Calverton Clinic is 0300 083 0100.
Health visitors are qualified nurses who are specially trained to advise on the care of children and the elderly. If you require the help of a health visitor, please telephone 0115 9935582 to make an appointment.
She will share your antenatal care with your doctor and the hospital. She has a weekly clinic at the surgery by appointment and will provide advice and support both during your pregnancy and after the birth of your baby.
The school nurses are based in school but they do work closely with the practice. They can be contacted through the clinic next door to the surgery or via the local schools.