Emma is our Pharmacy Technician, she works with the Clinical Pharmacists and can help with queries about medications.
Emma works within our Pharmacy Team as prescribing clerk, working with the team to ensure your prescriptions are processed in as quick a time as possible.
Tracey is our Senior Prescribing Clerk and works with the wider prescribing team to ensure compliance and safety measures are adhered to as well as working with Emma on processing prescription requests.
Joy is our Lead Social Prescriber and works with Matt to help patients access services and support for social rather than health matters.
However the issues which affect patients may be directly linked to medical conditions / health and well being so she will liaise with the clinical staff regarding ongoing patient care.
Matt is a Social Prescriber working with Joy to help our patients live a more fulfilled life.
Viktoria is our Lead Clinical Pharmacist for the PCN and not only works with Ihtishaam and Birah to enhance patient care, but also mentors and teaches both of them too.
Ihtishaam is one of the PCN Clinical Pharmacists helping to reduce GP workload and provide a more enhanced service to our patients.
Birah is a Clinical Pharmacist and independent prescriber within our PCN Pharmacy team, working with Viktoria and Ihtishaam to enhance patient care.
We have a part-time resident physiotherapist, employed by the local trust, who treats patients referred by the doctors. The half-day sessions are held three times a week.
Alcohol Intervention Team
The Alcohol Interventions Team (AIT) offers support, information, advice and signposting to individuals who drink above ‘safe’ levels of alcohol for whatever reason.
If you feel you would benefit from support to make changes to your alcohol use, please either discuss a referral to the AIT with your GP, or call 02392 841753 to make a self referral.
The midwives in partnership with the doctors are responsible for the antenatal and postnatal care of our patients, in clinics and home visiting.
There is a team of District Nurses who are attached to the surgery to care for our patients. They are based at Thomas Parr House, Medina Road in Cosham. Their duties include visiting patients in their homes, giving practical assistance and professional advice to patients, relatives and carers in coping with illness at home.
They can be contacted on 0300 300 2012.
The health visitors, although concerned with the health of the whole community, have particular responsibility for families and young children.
They are based at Cosham and can be contacted on (023) 9221 9888.
A trained counsellor is employed on behalf of the practice. Appropriate referrals are made by the doctor when felt necessary.