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Pharmacists

Mrs Dior McWilliams (f)
Mr Simon Galbraith (m)

Community Nurses

Catherine White and team

Patricia McCabe – Auxiliary Nurse

The nurse’s duties include visiting patients of any age in their homes, giving practical assistance or offering professional advice. Each patient’s needs are assessed and their care and treatment are planned accordingly.

Health Visitors

 

Deirdre McGonagle

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.

They can be contacted at the surgery most mornings before 10:30 or at the baby clinic on Wednesday.

Mrs Deirdre McGonagle (f)
Mrs Michelle Beattie (f)

Attached Staff

We now have in place a multi disciplinary team where you are able to access a range of services provided by specialists from First Contact Physiotherapist, Social workers and Mental Health Practitioner.

Pauline Campbell - FPC Physiotherapist

Stephen Sweeney - Social Worker

Mark Leach - Social Worker Assistant

Caroline Stead - Mental Health Practitioner

Rather than just providing an "illness service" it provides a wide ranging Health and wellbeing service to Patients.

Types of support Provided by the Social Work and Mental Health Worker

* Isolation or loneliness

* Financial difficulties

* Carer Support

* Problems with relationships in your life

* Parenting difficulties

* Housing difficulties

* Stress

* Bereavement and trauma

* Alcohol and drug addiction

* Depression

Types of support Provided by the Physiotherapist

Over 16 years of age with problems with :

* Neck

* Back

* Bones

* Joints and muscles

** FCP physiotherapist carry out specialist assessments and can refer to secondary care but do not carry out hands on treatment. 

 
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