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Pharmacists

Mr Mo Abdelrahman (m)

MPharm (UCL), PgCert Independent and Supplementary Prescribing (Medway)

Mo joins us via the Federation for a weekly Medication Review clinic on Tuesday afternoons. He holds a Prescribing qualification in addition to his Pharmacy degree and has many years of experience in the local area from working in a Community Pharmacy.

Health Visitors

Ms Catherine Cooper (f)

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing. Our Health Visitor runs a drop in clinic at Holmefield House Tuesday mornings 10-12am adjacent to the surgery and at the practice by appointment. Our health visitors also now offer an interactive resource to ask questions related to parenting and child health.

Attached Staff

Mr James Griffin (m)

James is a CBT therapist from communitylivingwell.co.uk who has a weekly Wednesday morning clinic at Golborne Medical. He is specifically supporting patients affected by the Grenfell Tower Fire. If this is a service you would like to be referred to, please ask your GP or the Practice Nurse to organise a call back from James. 

Ms Hannah Coleman (f)

Hannah is our in-house smoking cessation advisor, providing 1:1 support on Tuesday afternoons by appointment for those keen to quit smoking, in conjunction with Kick It. Book directly at reception.

Ms Francesca Gizzi (f)

Francesca is running clinic appointments on Wednesdays to support Wellbeing in Long Term Conditions. 

Languages Spoken

We organise face to face interpreters where needed but also have staff who can help translate into the following languages:

Arabic

Gujerati

Portugese

Serbokrat

Somali

Sotho / Chichewa

Spanish

Swahili

Thai 

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