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Cherrymead Surgery, Queensmead Road, Loudwater, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP10 9XATel: 01494 445150
Managing Partner Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
BM BCh MA MRCGP (1996)
Special Interests: Heart Disease, Men's Health, Joint Conditions and Injections, Cardiovascular Medicine.
GP Partner Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
MB BS BSc MRCGP DCH DFFP DRCOG
Special Interests: Family Planning and Sexual Health, Maternity Care, Child and Adolescent Health, Women’s Health, Mental Health.
All of our nurses are trained to advise you about: how to change your lifestyle and diet to improve health, how to stop smoking, immunisations, cervical smears, wound care and foreign travel.
RGN, Dip HE
Special Interests: Cervical Smears, Contraception, Immunisation, Asthma
Helen Colton is our Nurse Manager.
Jan holds regular clinics to take blood samples, monitor blood pressure and weight, perform ECGs, offers Smoking Cessation advice and NHS Health Checks.
Tests and measurements must be authorised by a doctor or nurse. Strict protocols are followed in the interests of safety.
Tracy Welsh holds regular clinics to take blood samples, monitor blood pressure, perform ECGs and spirometry tests; she also gives Smoking Cessation advice and runs cryotherapy clinics and NHS Health Checks.
Information and IT Quality Management
Penny will be pleased to help with any queries you may have about the day to day running of the surgery.
Our receptionists will do their best to provide you with the service that you require. They work according to agreed protocols to make sure that all patients are treated safely and fairly. Please be polite to our receptionists in all circumstances.
Kirsty Higham, our Community Midwife is employed by Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust. She cares for maternity patients from the time they first realise they are pregnant until 10 days after delivery of the child, working closely with the doctors, health visitors, hospital services and other agencies. Please ask for a Practice Antenatal leaflet if you require more information about our Maternity Service.
Our District Nurses and Nursing Auxiliary Team are employed by Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust. The District Nursing team gives nursing care, support and advice to those people suffering acute, longterm and terminal illnesses, both in their own homes and within residential care. The nurses work closely with the Surgery and other agencies to deliver a high standard of care.
The team can be contacted on :01628 482292. From 9am to 5pm. Answer phone messages are retrieved between 1pm and 2pm daily. Outside these hours for emergencies, they can be contacted via Bucks Urgent Care on 0300 130 3035
Our Health Visitors and Community Staff Nurse are employed by Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust. The Health Visitors work with individuals, families and communities to improve general health and well being. The main focus of the work is families with children from birth to 5 years. They liaise closely with Midwives, School Nurses, Sure Start, Education, Social Services, Housing and Voluntary Services.
Sophie is our Paramedic. She will be helping us with emergencies, home visits and seeing people with major, minor and complex conditions.