Who's who at Kenmore Medical Centre
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||Terry Barcilon SRN SCM RSCN MSc HV
Terry Barcilon is our Nurse Practitioner who is available Monday - Friday for 'book on the day' appointments which are suitable for acute medical problems. She is able to diagnose, do referrals and prescriptions.
Nurses run regular general and specialist clinics.
Sister Carole Brooks RGN - Nurse Manager
Sister Brooks is a fully trained diabetes nurse and runs shared-care diabetes surgeries with Dr Scott and Dr Steele. She also runs travel clinics and is the lead nurse for epilepsy care.
Sister Heather Davenport RGN HV RM Spec NP Nurse Prescriber
Sister Davenport is fully trained in and specialises in COPD/asthma care, smoking cessation advice, well woman and HRT advice.
Practice Nurses Emily Dale and Jenna Marston run our treatment room and carry out General Nursing Care such as, dressings, removal of stitches, ear syringing and injections.
Health Care Assistants - Shirley Hindle NVQ Level 3, Elderly Care, Carers Link and Alison Holowoko NVQ Level 3. Shirley and Alison carry out blood tests and blood pressure checks, B12 injections, ECG’s, adult health and pre-diabetic checks. Shirley also carries out lung function tests.
Alan Jackson – Phlebotomist - Alan carries out blood tests every morning Monday to Thursday.
Our Support Team
You need to see a Doctor or Nurse before you contact these people.
District Nurses provide nursing care to patients in their own home. Contact 01625 441995 between 8.00am and 5.00pm, out of hours contact 01625 430906.
Midwives care for expectant mothers throughout their antenatal , delivery and immediate postnatal periods. They work in the community, at the Practice and at Macclesfield Hospital. Please contact reception for more details.
Health Visitors are responsible for the care and development of babies and young children (up to school age). Contact 0300 123 4263.
At times we employ locum (Temporary) doctors to stand in for own doctors. All locum Doctors employed have been checked and fulfil all current medical and language skills required.
In the tradition of General Practitioner training, fully qualified doctors (GP Registrars) who have chosen a career in general practice spend their final year with the practice to gain further experience, under the care of one of the practice's qualified GP trainers. Occasionally our GP Registrars may see patients in the presence of their trainer. During their year with the practice they will be expected to video several actual consultations with patients, but this will only take place with the patient's permission. Reception will notify you on arrival if the doctor is videoing their consultations which you may decline if you so wish.
Medical Students also attend the practice as part of their training and may sit in during consultations or consult on their own. Their work is carefully audited and one of the doctors is on hand at all times. These consultations are always subject to your agreement.
The receptionists have been trained to deal with the wide variety of enquiries received. In order to direct you to the most appropriate health professional, they will ask you, in confidence, for the details of the reason for your request for an appointment. You do not have to do this but it helps the receptionist identify who is the best person to help you and how quickly they need to do this. If you wish to do this in private, please ask.
Management, Secretarial and Reception Staff
General Manager Lynne Garner
Assistant Practice Manager / Reception Manager Fiona McDermott & Cathy Starkey
Medical Secretaries Jacqui Bamber, Paula Halliwell and Anna Dakin