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Nurse Practitioners

Poonam Chawla

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Nurses

Jan Williams

I qualified as a State Registered Nurse at the Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford in 1979. I worked as a Staff Nurse on Neurology and Gynaecology, before studying for the National District Nursing Certificate in 1981. I then worked as a District Nursing Sister in Maidenhead.

I have also worked as a Prison Nurse at a Young Offenders Institute and as a School Nurse covering primary and secondary schools in the Slough area.

I have been working at Herschel Medical Centre since April 2008 as a Practice Nurse in the Treatment Room. In December 2010 I was awarded a certificate in Further Professional Studies in Developing Skills in Contraception and Reproductive Sexual Health Care.

I am married with 3 grown up children.

Prue Neale

I qualified as SRN at Westminster Hospital in 1970. Since moving to this area I have worked at the Nuffield Hospital, in a private elderly care home and with a mobile breast screening unit. I began working for the practice in 1990 at the Albert Street surgery and moved to Herschel Medical Centre when it opened in 1994.

I have developed my skills and knowledge in general practice nursing, completing a Diploma in Nursing Studies in 1999 and my prescribing qualification in 2005. I specialise in diabetes and respiratory management and lead on women’s health which includes family planning, cervical cytology and the menopause.

I am married with 3 children and 3 grandchildren.

Healthcare Assistants

Claire Williams

I hold an NVQ Level 3 qualification, which has enabled me to be an HCA for the past 11 years. I have worked in various healthcare settings such as hospitals, care homes, community care, mental health hospitals and GP surgeries, caring for people of all ages and disabilities. I went on to study for a further year at John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford in 2009 where I gained further senior skills.

My biggest passion is in the health care industry and my main priority is to ensure a service of excellence is delivered to every patient I help. I am always improving my skills to a higher standard at every given opportunity to help provide the best care possible.

Sameera Khan (f)
Nosheen Hanif (f)
 
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