The Health Care Assistants are trained to undertake blood pressure checks, new patient health checks, weight checks, NHS Health Checks and ECGs. Your Doctor or Nurse will refer you to the Health Care Assistant as appropriate.
- Mrs Julie Goldsmith– Female
I worked as a pharmacy dispenser for five years which was then followed on with working in the community as a joint Health Care Assistant and Phlebotomist. I now enjoy working at the surgery as a Health Care Assistant where I have been since January 2016. In my spare time I enjoy walking, socialising and going to the cinema.
We work very closely with the community health team including District Nurses, Health Visitors, Midwives, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists and Podiatrist.
You will be referred to the community team when appropriate. The community staff can be contacted at East Coast Community Access on 01493 809977.
Home Visiting Team
- Mrs Emma Williamson – Female
My background as a paramedic began in 2000 (I know I don’t look that old!) having worked with EEAST for 17yrs in a variety of roles. Your most likely to see me on home visits but I can deal with minor illness, injuries and any emergencies that crop up in surgery if I am here. I enjoy outdoor life, mostly swimming, scuba diving and I have a black belt in the Korean Martial Art of Kuk Sool Won.
- Mr Stuart Supple – Male, State Registered Paramedic – works as part of the CSIP team
I specialise in unscheduled care crisis and emergency care with experience on a rapid response vehicle. I maintain my paramedic registration annually. I have interests in squash playing in the Norfolk league and cycling when the time and weather allows. I have also started restoring a 93 year old steam roller.
- Mrs Kelly Greig – Female, Dip HE RGN- Works as part of the CSIP team – Community Matron, Independent and Supplementary Nurse Prescriber
My main interest is horse riding and I have a 6 year old Irish horse named JayJay who I ride daily and compete with locally at both showjumping and showing.