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MAY 2018.

We are looking for volunteers from Sleaford to join our PPG. We meet once a quarter at Heckington and would be an opportunity for you to help shape the future of the Practice. If interested please contact Mr Marcus Griffen on the above number who will arrange an informal meeting with two of our current members.


Please note the next Practice Training afternoon is on 24/05/2018.


We have been accepted to host Nursing students from Lincoln University.

Our next Nursing Student will be Mrs Clare Shrouder who be with us from 26/3/18 for at least 3 months  and will be supervised and looked after by Jemma.She is a "back to Nursing" student so is fully qualified but needs refresher training in order to re-register with the Nursing Council.There has been a slight delay in starting due to mandatory requirements such as lifting and handling.

A warm welcome to her from everybody at Millview.

We have been allocated 9 Medical Students this year from Nottingham Medical School and the first two will be with us from 17/7/18.


Further developments include;

1.Twice monthly Ultrasound clinics in the former police station.Any bookings for this service will need to be made after a Clinician appointment initially.

2.Two days a week physiotherapy also in the former police station[Tuesdays and Thursdays].We are planning to increase this to Fridays also in the near future.Any appointments for this service will need to be made after an initial Clinican[Doctor or Nurse Practitioner]  assessment.

Nurse Practitioners

Our advanced nurse practitioners are registered nurses that have undertaken a specific course of study of at least first degree (Honours) level and who:

  • makes professionally autonomous decisions, for which he or she is accountable
  • receives patients with undifferentiated and undiagnosed problems and makes an assessment of their health care needs, based on highly developed nursing knowledge and skills, including skills not usually exercised by nurses, such as physical examination
  • screens patients for disease risk factors and early signs of illness
  • makes differential diagnosis using decision-making and problem-solving skills
  • develops with the patient an ongoing nursing care plan for health, with an emphasis on preventative measures
  • orders necessary investigations, and provides treatment  and care both individually, as part of a team, and through referral to other agencies
Nurse Steve Field

Nurse Practitioner Field joined the practice in April 2011.

Nurse Kate Hewson (f)

Kate Hewson joined our surgery on 1st September 2015

Treatment Room Nurses

Practice nurses are qualified and registered nurses. They can help with health issues such as family planning, healthy living advice, blood pressure checks and dressings. The practice nurses run clinics for long-term health conditions such as asthma or diabetes, minor ailment clinics and carry out cervical smears.

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. In addition they are trained to do ECG's and dressings. They will assist the Doctor in theatre with Minor Surgery.


Sister Gwen Murgatroyd (f)

Sister Murgatroyd joined the Practice in April 2017. She currently undertakes all treatment room duties specialising in management of Asthma and COPD.

Sister Miranda Isaac

Sister Isaac joined the Practice in 2016.   She runs the INR clinic and undertakes all treatment room duties

Sister Jemma Sharman (f)

Jemma joined our Practice on 4th January 2017 coming to us from Pilgrim Hospital. She undertakes all treatment room duties, specialising in Diabetes Management and is our training co-ordinator link to Lincoln University. 

Tracy Bray (f)

Tracy works alongside our nursing team providing valuable support. She has been with our team for over 5 years and covers both sites. She has recently completed a course as an Assistant Practitioner.

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