Attached Staff

The Swansea Bay University Health Board employs pharmacists, physiotherapists, district nurses and health visitors that regularly work with us and Bay Health Cluster to help deliver your care.

DISTRICT NURSES

The district nursing team consists of sisters, staff nurses and enrolled and auxiliary nurses. The nurses are based in a Local Central Hub.

Their duties include visiting patients of any age in their homes, giving practical assistance or offering professional advice. Each patient’s needs are assessed and the care and treatment is planned accordingly. District nursing sisters are experienced registered general nurses with a certificate or diploma in district nursing.

If you need a district nurse to visit you at home, or for any other district nursing enquiries, you can contact them on 01792 343360.

HEALTH VISITOR

The health visitors Debbie Richards and Sian Hughes are specially qualified nurses who can provide information, advice and support to families with children.  It is part of their role to visit children under five and they are available in the surgery at their regular baby clinic.

The health visitor may be contacted by contacting the practice on 01792 403010 or putting a request through our AskMyGp service.

MIDWIFE

The midwife holds ante natal clinic at the surgery in Norton on Tuesday's between 1.30pm and 4.30pm.

PHYSIOTHERAPY

The practice has access to a team of physiotherapists who can provide early advice and management for people with back/neck/joint problems or muscle and soft tissue injuries. 

The physiotherapy team may be contacted by contacting the practice on 01792 403010 or putting a request through our AskMyGp service.

PHARMACIST

Reem El-Sharkawi is the BayHealth Cluster pharmacist and assists the GP's to undertake medication reviews.

CHRONIC CONDITIONS NURSE

The Chronic Conditions Nurse supports patients with long term medical conditions, enabling patients to optimise their self-management skills

MENTAL HEALTH LIASON NURSE

The Mental Health Liason Nurse provides help in the form of coping strategies to patients suffering from stress, depression etc.

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