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Well Street Surgery, 28 Shore Road, London, E9 7TATel: 020 8985 2050
MBBS Lond MRCGP MRCP, Reg 1989
MBBS (Lond) MRCGP (DFFP), Reg 1997
MBChB (Glasgow) DRCOG MRCGP, Reg 1995
MB ChB, BSc., MA(RCA), MRCGP, Reg 1991
MBBS (Lond) BSc (Hons) MRCGP Reg 2012
MBChB (Auckland) MRCGP DCH, Reg 2003
MBBS MRCGP MLCOM DFFP LoCIUT, Reg 1991
MBBS, BSc, MRCGP, Reg 2015
MbChB Reg 1999
Our practice nurses are all qualified nurses with considerable experience, who have chosen to specialise in general practice. You can make an appointment to see any of the nurses through our receptionists. You do not have to see a doctor first. They provide a wide range of services such as family planning, cervical smears, teaching breast examinations, ear syringing, travellers' advice, immunisations, asthma checks, diabetic checks, 'flu' vaccinations and dietary advice.
Practice Nurse - family planning/women's health
Lead Practice Nurse
Assistant Practice Manager
Peggy Johnson is our practice pharmacist. She is available for advice on medication and also runs our anticoagulation clinic. She is able to prescribe medication.
All children under five years are allocated to a health visitor, who is available at the baby clinic for advice about feeding and problems of growing up such as toilet training, sleeping or behavioural problems. Seven - nine month and three year development checks are offered if parents are concerned.
Community Nursery Nurse
Healthcare Support Worker