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Nurse Partner

Mrs Rosie Jones

R.G.N, MSc in Advanced Nursing Practice

Rosie is a Nurse Partner within the Practice. She qualified in 1989 and specialised in cardiac and intensive care nursing. After qualifying Rosie and her husband Phil moved to Hereford where she worked at the County Hospital on the Cardiac and Intensive Care Unit, and later established a cardiac rehabilitation service for Herefordshire. After the birth of their first child they returned to Lichfield, and have since had a second child. Rosie began working in General Practice as a Practice Nurse in 1992, and is now one of a very small number of Nurse Partners in the country. She continues to have a keen interest in coronary heart disease, and lectures on nursing courses addressing the management and prevention of coronary heart disease. She completed a Master of Science degree in July 2006, in Advanced Nursing Practice, specialising in Primary Care and has also qualified as an independent and supplementary extended nurse prescriber. Rosie is a founder member of the national Nurse Partner group and regularly speaks at conferences on this subject. In her spare time she enjoys being with her family and friends.

Nurse Practitioners

Melanie Hayward

RGN. PgDip asthma, PgDip ANP, MSc Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Amanda Sheldon

MSc Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Advanced Nurse Practitioners all have a Masters degree in Advanced Nursing Practice. They undertake many of the tasks traditionally handled by doctors, including diagnosis, writing prescriptions, arranging tests, and referral. They are part of our same day team appointment system. Patients can book appointments with nurses as well as with doctors.

Theygive valued assistance to the doctors by seeing patients and prescribing medication where necessary.

Practice Nurses

MIchelle Heaney
Debbie Capewell

Our team of nursing sisters run the Practice Treatment Rooms. They provide a wide range of services such as taking blood, giving injections, dressing wounds and are available for advice on minor illnesses. They also provide advice on promoting better health, travel immunisations and weight reduction. In addition they play an important role in the regular review of hypertension, diabetes, asthma and heart disease.

Healthcare Assistants

Annemarie Jones


Charlotte Davies

Healthcare Assistants carry out some medical tasks such as blood tests, electrocardiograms, breathing measurements, blood pressure measurements and a few dressings.

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