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Nurses

Mrs Christine Hunter (f)

RGN BSc (Hons)

Christine joined the team in 1988 as a practice nurse. 

Her role has evolved and changed in response to changing health needs and health care delivery she has developed specialist skills and undertaken courses in the management of such conditions as asthma and diabetes. 

She also provides general nursing treatment, screening procedures and gives health promotion advice. 

In the year 2000 she gained her BSC (Hons) degree in Community Health Care Nursing.

Mrs Nicki Harrison (f)

RGN BA (Hons)

Nicki joined Tieve Tara in August 2001, previously at Pontefract General Infirmary Coronary Care Unit and 12 years on a gynaecology ward. 

She gained her BA (Hons) from Huddersfield University in June 2004. 

Her main area of interest is coronary heart disease (CHD) and she has undertaken a diploma in CHD Prevention and management in Primary Care. 

She also provides general nursing treatment.

Mrs Denise Brown (f)

Denise Brown Qualified (adult nursing) in 1997

Special Interests are

Cervical Cytology

CHD Reviews

Respiratory

Minor Illness/minor injury trained

Nurse Kirstie Richardson (f)

Qualified with a First Class Honours Degree in 2018 and started working at Tieve Tara Medical Centre in September 2018.  Offers all standard nursing duties and responsibilities.  Has a special interest in wound management and diabetes. Continually developing skills to be able to provide a wide range of services for patients.

Healthcare Assistants

Mrs Lynn Armstrong (f)

Lynn joined Tieve Tara in August 1997 as a receptionist, obtaining a Diploma in Medical Reception in August 2000.

In 2001 she progressed to her current position of Healthcare Assistant and has achieved her NVQ in Health Support. 

Her role includes collecting pathological specimens, and recording and monitoring of health information for the practice population


Miss Lucy Gray (f)
 
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