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Fishermead Medical Centre, Fishermead Boulevard, Fishermead, Milton Keynes, MK6 2LRTel: (01908) 609240
The partners offer full general medical services, family planning services, child health surveillance and minor surgery. Full antenatal and postnatal care is provided.
The practice nurses hold their own clinics and advise on a variety of problems. In particular, their work includes new patient medicals, cervical smears, immunisations and travel advice, the monitoring of asthma, diabetes, high blood pressure, coronary heart disease and smoking cessation clinics. They are also responsible for dressings, ear syringing, suture removal and the treatment of minor injuries.
Nurse Lisa (f)
Nurse Theresa (f)
Nurse Marie (f)
The Healthcare Assistant supports the clinical team. They are responsible for new patient medicals, blood tests, taking and monitoring blood pressure, ECG's, weight management and wound dressing. The healthcare Assistant clinics are Monday - Friday 9.00am to 12.00pm by appointment only.
HCA Tanya (f)
The practice business manager is responsible for the staff and the general smooth running of the practice, to ensure the needs of the patients are met with a high quality service and that the consistently high standards are maintained.
Your first point of contact with the Primary Health Care Team will be the reception staff. They have the most difficult job and try to be all things to all people. The reception staff have a responsible job and are often working under a great deal of pressure, so please allow for this.
Our health visitors are experienced community nurses and midwives. They provide help and advice on health and welfare for all age groups including monitoring the normal growth and development of children. Child health and help with sleep, behaviour, feeding problems as well as wetting and soiling. They are in attendance at the pebbles Children’s Centre. The health visitors can be contacted at: Pebbles Sure Start Children’s Centre The Willows School Newlyn Place Fishermead Milton Keynes (01908) 605775.
Community psychiatric nurses provide support for patients in the community and counselling for those suffering with anxiety, depression, stress and more serious psychiatric conditions.
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