St Clements Practice, Tanner Street, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 8ADTel: 01962 852211
MB BS DRCOG FRCGP
Qualified from St Georges in London in 1985, trained locally and was appointed as a partner at St Clements in 1989.
My Special interests are in medical education, holistic psychiatry and in giving patients responsibility for their own health management. Married with three teenage sons.
Having never run before and completing the Marathon des Sable in April 2010, I have learnt that within us is always the ability to achieve something more than we think!
MB BS BSc DCH DRCOG DipFP MRCGP
Trained at UCL, graduating in 1992. I was a GP partner in Tower Hamlets for 6 years before moving to Winchester and joining the practice in 2007. I have interests in womens health and psychological problems but share with my partners an interest in the stimulating variety of general practice. Married with 3 children, I occasionally get to ski, sail or do a sprint triathalon!
MB BS DRCOG MRCGP
I trained and qualified in London in 1989 and joined the practice in 1999. I have an interest in ear, nose and throat and in disorders affecting the skin.
I am a keen golfer and rugby fan.
MB BS, London 1991, Dip. Obs. (NZ), DCH, MRCGP
Trained in London and joined St Clements in 2004. I enjoy the challenges of the varied clinical aspects of general practice, and I provide educational supervision for junior doctors training to become GPs. I also work as an examiner for the Royal College of General Practitioners.
In my time off I enjoy spending time with family and friends, reading, running and cricket.
MB BS BSc DRCOG DCH DipFP
Qualified in 1988 at Charing Cross having an extra year at UCL doing a Pathology degree. Trained and worked locally in Twickenham for 15 years before taking 'The Gap Year' I never had, living in France renovating a barn with my husband and 3 children. Joined St Clements in 2004 with continued enjoyment in all aspects of general practice, especially womens health and joint injections.
BMedSci BM BS DRCOG DCH DFFP MRCGP
I qualified from Nottingham Medical School in 2002. After undertaking several years of surgical training I re-trained to become a GP and joined St Clements in 2007. I enjoy all aspects of family medicine and also work as a Vasectomy Surgeon. When not at work I enjoy playing and watching pretty much all sports and spending time with my family
MB ChB MRCGP DFSRH DRCOG
I qualified in 2000 from the University of Leicester. I completed my general practice training in London and joined St Clements as a partner in 2011. I enjoy all aspects of primary care and am committed to providing high quality care to all patients. I am the diabetic lead for the practice and am helping to make improvements to our service. I am a qualified GP trainer and thoroughly enjoy my role as an educator.
BM MRCGP DRCOG
I qualified from Southampton Medical School in 2008. I worked as a Doctor at the Royal Hampshire County Hospital in Winchester for three years before completing my GP training. I joined St Clements as a partner in 2014.
I enjoy all aspects of general practice, with a particular interest in the management of elderly patients with complex medical conditions. I also thoroughly enjoy medical education and hopefully inspiring the next generation of GP’s.
My hobbies include line-dancing, writing poetry, running and singing.
MBBS DRCOG MRCGP BSc BSc (Hons) PGDip
I trained at Kings College London, graduating in 2008. I initially worked in Kent before moving to complete GP training in Winchester.
I finished training in June 2016 and have stayed on here at St Clements.
Prior to Medicine I worked as a psychiatric nurse and with adults with learning disabilities.
Nurse Practitioners are senior nurses with general nursing training who have then undergone further academic and clinical training to develop their skills and knowledge. They provide a nursing service that incorporates some of the aspects of care that was previously provided by a doctor. During the consultation the nurse practitioner will ask about your problem, perform an examination and offer advice and information and, if necessary give a prescription. On some occasions they may ask you refer you to either a GP or secondary care for further assessment or treatment.
RGN B.Sc.(Hons); RGN, Independent Prescriber
I qualified at King’s College, London in 1991. I have worked in hospital departments including General Medical; Respiratory and Cardiac nursing. In 2006 I qualified as an Independent Nurse Prescriber and joined the St. Clements practice team in 2013. I work with the team of Nurse Practitioners and Duty Doctors to provide a service to patients who need to be urgently seen and treated. My role includes urgent home visits, in discussion with the Duty Doctor, and a weekly clinic at the Trinity Centre.
Assistant Practice Manager
We are supported by an excellent team of receptionists, administrators, prescription clerks, medical secretaries & GP personal assistants.
The Role of the Community Midwife. There are three midwives based at St. Clements practice. Miriam Edmond RM DPSM Kathy George The midwives undertake antenatal, intrapartum and postnatal care (up to 28 days following delivery). The midwife will refer patients, when appropriate, to other health care professionals and arrange blood tests and ultrasound scans. They carry out home deliveries and work closely with a group of about ten midwives, working in the Community in this area. As soon as you have had your pregnancy confirmed you should contact the midwives, on the practice telephone number, to make an early appointment.
The District Nursing service aims to promote and maintain optimum independence, give prophylactic care, and provide education, support and skilled nursing care to those patients who are housebound. You may be referred to the Community Nursing team by yourself, your carer or relatives; by your GP or hospital or by other organisations with your permission. The service is available 365 days a year between the hours of 9.00a.m. – 5.00p.m. The Out of Hours service provides a service after 5.00p.m. and at weekends and can be contacted on 0844 811 3060. The community nurses are: Lou Foxwell Theresa White Joanne Steward Maggie McCarthy Sharon Coxhead Angela Collins The District (Community) Nurses can be contacted on 01962 858641 .
Health visitors are qualified nurses with a Public Health qualification who specialise in child and family health and wellbeing by delivering The Healthy Child Programme.
Health Visitors can be contacted by telephone during office hours on 01962 831088, and are available at Child Health Clinics.
More information about the Health Visitor service found on the website
and details about the child health clinics can be found on the link http://www.southernhealth.nhs.uk/services/childrens-services/health-visitors/child-health-clinics/
Health Visitors work in partnership with you in the community to promote healthy lifestyle choices and health and well-being to all children from late pregnancy until school entry.
Health visitors offer every family five key contacts to offer support with transition to parenthood and maternal mental health, breastfeeding, healthy eating, managing minor ailments, child development, and school readiness.
Further specific expert support and advice can also be offered with a range of subjects such as parenting, sleep, behaviour, healthy eating, toileting, introducing solid foods.
The first appointment with your Health visitor will be around your 28th week of pregnancy and then between 10 and 14 days after your baby is born. A plan for further support will be agreed at these visits in line with The Healthy Child Programme depending on you and your family’s needs.
Health Visitors work in partnership with Children’s Centres who offer activities and courses for the under 5s. Details can be found on their website https://www.actionforchildren.org.uk/in-your-area/search-results/
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