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All patients at the practice have a named GP. Your GP is responsible for the coordination of your health care and services. When you register at the practice you will be told which GP's list you have been put on and you will be asked to see this GP when attending the medical centre. If you do not know which GPs list you are on then please ask at reception or ring in.

Pharmacists

John Green

John is our full-time in-house Clinical Pharmacist across all three sites. To find out more about what a Clinical Pharmacist does go to:

What is a Clinical Pharmacist? 

John has telephone and face-to-face appointments available most week days. Please ring for availability.

Attached Staff

The primary healthcare teams, including the midwives, community nurses, health visitors, mental health community workers, school nursing service etc. all work in locations in Holsworthy, Stratton/Bude and Okehampton (serving Hatherleigh) and can be contacted easily through the medical centres. 

Lotten Jernqvist (f)

Lotten is an Emergency Care Practitioner based across the group and is part of the Visiting Team. 

Jess Marsh

Jess is a paramedic based across the group and is part of the Visiting Team. 

Anita Maidment

Anita is one of our PCN Social Prescribers and is based at both our Holsworthy and Hatherleigh practices. Anita joined us in July 2020.

Dawn Bauling

Dawn is one of the Social Prescribers employed by the Primary Care Network. She has clinics at Stratton, Neetside and Bradworthy Surgeries. Dawn has worked at Holsworthy since 2013, but has been our PCN Social Prescriber since July 2019.

David Cook

Dave is one of our new First Contact Physiotherapist and works for the Primary Care Network across six sites locally. He started in April 2020 along with Kate.

Liza Cartmell (f)

Liza Cartmell - Clinical Pharmacist employed by the Primary Care Network, based at Stratton and joined in March 2020.

 
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