- Julie Hookins – Nurse Practitioner
A Qualified General Nurse for 30 years developing a wide range of experience and skills. Julie previously worked as a District Nurse and at a more advanced level, as a Community Matron and Independent prescriber. As a Nurse Practitioner at Friary House Surgery she is able to provide telephone triage and consultations for minor illnesses and Long term conditions, to compliment the GP service.
- Mr Lee Honeywill – Paramedic Practitioner
Lee is our new Advanced Paramedic Practitioner who graduated on 2005 from the University of Hertfordshire. sc,PgCert. He has a wealth of experience working in London, the South Hams and Plymouth as an emergency clinician. Lee has particular expertise in acute illness and injury.
- Lindsay Cranch – Paramedic Practitioner
Lindsay is a new Paramedic Practitioner and is here to help with acute illness and clinical conditions. Lindsay gained her foundation degree in Paramedic Sciences through the Open University, as a mature student, during her ten years in the Ambulance Service.
- Mandy Lamble – Nurse Practitioner
Mandy graduated from Plymouth University in 2004 with a DipHE (Adult) Nursing and has since continued her study whilst working full time. She has gained a BSc (hons) degree in Health Studies, Independent Prescribing qualification and more recently Masters level modules in advanced clinical practice.
As a nurse practitioner at Friary House surgery she is able to provide telephone triage and consultations for Minor illnesses and long-term conditions, to complement the GP service.
Mandy is married with 3 grown up children and enjoys exploring the great outdoors.
- Sara – Practice Nurse
Sara has completed a General Practice Nurse Foundation Course and Diploma in Diabetes since joining the surgery in 2007.
- Kirstie – Healthcare Assistant
Kirstie is a very experienced HCA and is currently undertaking a Level 4 university course to progress in her career. Kirstie has a keen interest in wound management.
- Sarah– Healthcare Assistant
Sarah has been working as a health care assistant in a variety of settings for the past 4 years. She has a level 2 in Health & Social Care and she joined the general practice last October. Sarah has a keen interest in phlebotomy & smoking cessation & is looking forward to completing more courses, to progress as a HCA in General Practice.
- Sue Tenger – Phlebotomist
Sue has been our phlebotomist since 2005 and since then has been trained to undertake blood pressure monitoring and urinalysis. She completed an NVQ 111 in Health Care in 2010.