Physician Assistants

Mr Promise Ozuzu (m)

General Practice Assistant, GP assistant, part of our multidisciplinary team within the surgery, and provide a supportive role, carrying out administrative tasks, combine in some areas with basic clinical duties, helping to free up GPs time and contribute to the smooth running of appointments, improving patients experience.

Mrs Amena Ashory (f)

Senior General Practice Assistant, GP Assistant, part of our multi-disciplinary team within the primary care, and provide a supportive role, carrying out administrative tasks, combine in some areas with basic clinical duties, helping to free up GPs time and contribute to the smooth running of appointments, improving patients experience.

medical correspondence/review, hospital letters, urinalysis, MED3 assessment/review- sick note, blood reports, minor ailments, smoking cessation, QOFs.

Pharmacists

Mrs VICTORIA OWOYEMI (f)

Prescribing Pharmacist, consultation in most medical conditions. She takes into account the patient’s ideas, concerns, and expectations to provide treatment and expertise for a range of clinical conditions.

Attached Staff

Mr Vitalis Agaba (m)

Care coordinator-

help to manage patient healthcare for example elderly or disabled , monitoring and coordinating patients treatment and plans. Health education, connect with other health providers, evaluate the progress of health conditions.

Mrs Amanda Farley (f)

Social Prescriber

Has holistic approach to people’s health and well-being. Connect people to community groups for practical and emotional support, non- medical support, such as day centres, charities, getting benefits, legal advice. Connection to community groups  to improve their well-being and tackle social isolation.

Mr Henry Cheng (m)

Clinical Pharmacist. 

Ms Angela Chibuike-Ihionu (f)

Reception, care coordinator,attending to patients needs and demands.

Nurse Joan Watson (f)

Midwife , Attached Staff from Basildon Hospital Maternity Services. Ante natal care for pregnant women, take care of pregnant women until their deliveries. Very approachable.

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