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Spring Hill Practice, 57 Stamford HIll, London, N16 5SRTel: 0208 806 6993
Clinic times Mondays, Wednesday AM, Thursday AM
Clinic times: Monday AM, Tuesday AM & PM, Friday AM & PM
Clinic times: Monday AM, Wednesday AM, Thursdays AM & PM, Friday AM
On Maternity leave
Clinic times: Monday AM Wednesday AM Thursday AM &PM
Clinic times: Wednesday AM & PM
Clinic times: Monday PM, Tuesday AM & PM, Wednesday AM
Clinic Times: Monday AM &PM and Wednesday AM &PM
Clinic times: Tuesday AM, Wednessay PM, Friday AM &PM
Clinic times Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursday PM
Clinic times: Monday, Wednesday & Thursday
Clinic times: Monday AM & PM, Wednesday AM & PM
The Nurses are responsible for most of the travel immunisations, contraception, smears, sexual health and chronic disease management such as diabetes, hypertension, COPD and heart disease. Our practice nurses are very experienced in patient care. They work alongside the doctors in looking after patients with long term conditions as well as undertaking nursing care such as dressing.
A Healthcare Assistant has been trained to interview patients when you first join the practice so that we can obtain some basic information from you that is useful to us when looking after you. She can also do ECG, check blood pressures, and take bloods.
KPI Manager/IT Lead
Deputy Practice Manager
The Practice Manager is responsible for the general running of the Practice. This includes staffing and finance. If you have any queries, complaints or suggestions about the running of the practice, please ask to see the Practice Manager.
My role at Spring Hill as a Pharmacy Technician largely involves processing all of the repeat prescription requests which come to the surgery. Each of them are examined to ensure that necessary reviews or blood monitoring are up to date; and that prescriptions are due and suitable for processing. I can help with many prescription questions you may have (e.g. stock availability, information on prescription fees or which items are available on prescription) but if you need more information regarding your medications; I can also help to find the right person for you to see or speak with.
Health Visitor - Christine Kasim, Tola Durowoju
Family Welfare Advisor - Andrea Paul
Diabetic Dietician - Marianne Ouaknin, Amanda Yang
Counselling Psychologist - Dr Lindsay McGregor-Johnson
Diabetic Nurse Specialist - Pippa Quail, Princy Pereira
Heart failure Nurse - Mark Howard
Community Psychiatric Liaison Officer - Mary Charles
Psychotherapist - Dr Rob Tandy
Confederation Nurses - Catherine Sekwalor
Social Prescriber - Borja Ramirez-Cardenas
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