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Devonport Health Centre53 Damerel CloseDevonportPlymouth, PL1 4JZTel: 01752 561500
URGENT INFORMATION REGARDING CORONAVIRUS
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Dr Nash joined the surgery in 1999. He sees patients for acute and chronic disease management, antenatal, child health surveillance, and is available for routine appointments and telephone consultation. Dr Nash qualified from St Georges London in 1985 and manages substance abuse in the area.
Dr Evans joined the practice in May 2010 will see patients for routine and chronic disease management, and has a special interest in ophthalmology. He qualified from Cardiff in 1995 and is a member of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists.
Dr Sharma joined us from a Glasgow practice in October 2012. She sees patients for routine and chronic disease management, child health surveillance cytology and women’s health. She qualified at the Medical College, Indore, India.
Dr Penny qualified in Newcastle in 1998 and has worked in the Practice since 2014. She see patients for routine and chronic disease management.
Rispa has a special interest in respiratory disease but will see patients for ear syringing, new patient medicals, smears, disease management, holiday vaccinations and immunisations.
Deborah joined us from Plymouth C-I-C Community Nursing Team in October 2013. She will see patients for ear syringing, dressings, new patient medicals, smears, and immunisations.
Jane joined the Practice in Spring 2017 from another Plymouth GP Practice. She can see patients for Chronic Disease Management, dressings, smears and holiday vaccinations.
Mandy has worked at the Practice for a number of years as part of the Receptionist Administration Team. In 2016 she trained to be a Phlebotomist and is now a Health Care Assistant.
Katrina joined us in October 2018 from another Plymouth practice.
Sharon joined the practice in Spring 2009 from another Plymouth Practice. She is more than happy to receive comments and suggestions on how the surgery can be improved. She is available to speak with if you are having any difficulties with any aspect of your healthcare.
Greg sees patients for Minor Ailments on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday. He can see and treat the ailments in the same way a Doctor or Nurse Practitioner would. You will be directed to Greg wherever possible first.
He assists the Practice Team with prescribing and works closely with the Doctors on Repeat Prescribing. He also reviews patients who have recently been discharged from hospital to ensure they understand the new medications which may have been started.
There is a Community Midwife attached to each practice who will look after and advise on pregnancies. They are based at the children’s centres across the city but please contact reception for the details.
Community District Nurses are attached to the practices to provide care to permanently housebound patients or to those temporarily housebound due to surgery or hospital stays. Please contact the surgery to leave a message for the team or if in an emergency contact 0845 67 10 270.
We have Health Visitors who are attached to the practice and will help and advise parents on any issues they have with children up to five years of age. They are based at the Westbourne Unit at Scott Hospital or can be contacted through the Children’s Centres across the City but do collect messages from the surgery.
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