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Nurse Practitioners

Mrs Helen Andrews

Independent Nurse Prescriber

Specialist Nurses

Nurse Ruth Allinson

Diabetes Nurse Specialist 


Nurse Michele Fox

Lead Practice Nurse

After primarily qualifying as a Registered Nurse in 1988 I went on to do my midwifery training, and following working on a maternity unit, went on to work on a children's ward. I have worked in both NHS & private sectors gaining experience in both medical and surgical areas. I have also worked in the community for many years as a Public Health Nurse and completed my BSc in 2009 as a Specialist Community Public Health Nurse for 5-19 years. I continue to enjoy and embrace working with children, and I also have a keen interest in respiratory conditions, in which I have enjoyed running specialist asthma and COPD clinics. It is a privilege to be leading an enthusiastic team of nurses who are dynamic and forward thinking with patients best interests at heart. 

Nurse Alison Mason
Nurse Andrew Crawford-Jones

I started my career as a nursing cadet when I left school, before moving on to be an auxiliary nurse and then qualifying in 2007. I have a background in surgical nursing including plastic surgery and complex wounds, respiratory medicine, infectious diseases and clinical trials. I have a keen interest in wound management, sexual health and respiratory care. I am excited to be working in primary care, bringing my experience to the local community. 

Nurse Sally Binge

DipHE Adult Nursing

After qualifying as a Registered Nurse at Kingston University, I commenced my career with the ward nursing team at the Princess Royal University Hospital in Farnborough, working on Medical, Orthopaedic and Gynaecology wards, before taking a career break to raise my family. Following successful completion of the Return to Practice course at Greenwich University, I'm pleased to have returned to the nursing profession and privileged to join the Practice Nursing team at Elm House Surgery. 

Nurse Ruth Wake

Healthcare Assistants

Stephen Nicholson
Sarah Anderson
Caroline Davison
Healthcare assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.
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