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Dr Eeckelaers

Dr Eeckelaers will be retiring from the partnership on 3rd December 2017.  

He will continue to work at the practice on a very part time basis.

If Dr Eeckelaers  is your named GP and you would like to know who this will be after 3.12.17 please ask at reception.

Nurse Practitioners

Sister Sally Fitton (f)

RGN, AdDIP, AdDip, AdDip, MSc, MSc

Sally is our Advanced Nurse Practitioner. Sally is able to diagnose new problems and prescribe accordingly. You may be booked in with Sally if you have a problem that is new and connate wait until a routine GP appointment is available.  

On-going problems or mental health issues should be dealt with by a GP and do not fall within Sally’s remit.

Please speak to reception for further information.


Mrs Whitrow, Mrs Hodges and Mrs Cohen are experienced, fully trained nurses who offer a wide range of services which include: Blood tests General health checks Well woman checks (including smears) Ear syringing Minor dressings Advice lifestyle/smoking and stress-related problems Vaccinations Taking heart tracings (ECGs) Travel vaccinations Smoking cessation advice In addition they run clinics for patients with asthma, diabetes and coronary heart disease. Please make an appointment at reception if you wish to see them.
Mrs Catherine Whitrow RGN BA Hons (f)
Specialist Practitioner (Practice Nursing) Special interests - diabetes
Mrs Sheila Hodges RGN (f)
Special Interests - Asthma, COPD and diabetes
Mrs Susan Cohen RGN BSc (f)

Healthcare Assistants

Miss Nuala Killeen (f)

Miss Killeen is our Health Care Assistant for the practice. She assists the practice nurses and performs some of the more basic nursing duties e.g. taking blood, measuring blood pressures, testing urine samples, performing new patient medicals etc. Waiting times to see her are often much shorter than those for the practice nurses. Please make an appointment at reception if you wish to see her.

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