Our Phlebotomists are Joanne, Debbie, Sharone, Lynsey and Janice. They are able to take bloods and blood pressures.
The District Nurses provide day to day nursing care, advice and support in the home. If help or advice is required they can be contacted through Lowther Medical Centre.
We also have an Elderly Care Co-ordinator – Arlene who also covers Phlebotomy when Joanne and Debbie are away.
This is a team of psychologists and living well coaches, who work with people whose difficulties bring them into frequent contact with their GP and other health services. They offer … [continue] Familiar Faces
Counsellors who offer CBT, support of depression anxiety etc (referral via GP or self referral)
We have a Health Care Assistant (HCA) Tracy. Tracy will do injections, dressings, blood tests, ECG’s and blood pressure readings.
The Health Visitors that are attached to the practice are concerned with the promotion of health and the prevention of ill health through the provision of education, advice and support, … [continue] Health Visitors
The Macmillan Team has extensive knowledge and experience on the care of patients with cancer and other serious illnesses. They can provide support for patients and their families.
Antenatal clinics provided at the Practice
We have a team of Paramedics who action Home visits on a daily basis for Copeland Practices
We have two (non-prescribing) Pharmacists – Kelly and Eleanor who will deal with medication queries and also have medication review clinics in the afternoons. These appointments are booked by our … [continue] Pharmacists
New role to help people who have social needs but not necessary Adult Social care need (GP referral)