Please click the links below to view our workforce and to learn more about their roles within the GP Practices under out PCN

If you like to know more about the services these staff undertake please click this link and hear from people in these roles.

Occupational Therapists - empower patients to make improvements in day-to-day life and can discuss and help arrange a variety of aids. They support a range of people from frailty/falls to mental health.

Our Occupational Therapists Include:

 

Caroline Baker


Rosie Mincher


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Katie Campion  


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Jayne Negus 


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Sarah Blyth (OT Assistant)


Kathryn Creek - (OT Assistant)


 

Clinical Pharmacists – answer your questions about medications and how to get the best results from them. They support the Practices with medication reviews and safety monitoring. Some of our clinical pharmacists will also work as part of a multi-disciplinary team in a patient facing role to clinically assess and treat patients using their expert knowledge of medicines for specific disease areas.

Our Clinical Pharmacists are:


Lia Balta 

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Paul Rolfe 


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Joyce Japhet 


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Amy Anderson 


 

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Marcin Czerniak 


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Jianna Petchey

Pharmacy Technicians – liaise with Clinical and Community Pharmacists, GP Practices, and hospitals to ensure you get the correct medications at the right time. They review medications and are available to help you understand how to use your medications safely.

Our Pharmacy Technician are:

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Suzanne Thompson 


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Marie Fisher 


 

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Tracey Gothorp 


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Shelley Bett 

Care Coordinators – work with people who need extra support to navigate the health care system, helping to connect them to the right services or professionals at the right time. They act as a central point of contact to ensure support is available to help people manage their care.

Our Care Coordinators are:

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Jennie Goacher 

 


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Tammy Creasey 


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Christine Huxley 


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Joanne Doig 


 

Jodie Smithers


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Alison Carlisle 

 

First Contact Physiotherapists – are available to diagnose and treat muscular and joint conditions. They can advise on managing your condition or refer to specialist services if needed.

Our First Contact Physiotherapists are:

 

Rinske van der Weij 


Philip Hills 

Trainee Nurse Associates – this is a training post, the TNA’s work alongside nurses and healthcare assistants in the practice to deliver care.

Our Trainee Nurse Associates are:

 

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Kerry Black

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Ellie Green 


Abbie Short 


Jade Lucy Stringer 


Laura Henderson 


Serene Bearder 

Paramedics work autonomously within the community at an advanced level of practice, using their enhanced clinical assessment and treatment skills, to provide first point of contact for patients presenting with undifferentiated, undiagnosed problems relating to minor illness or injury, abdominal pains, chest pains and headaches. 

Our Paramedics are:


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Christian Kan 


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Jane Currie 

Mental Health Practitioners – perform assessments, provide advice and support to manage your condition. They can support access to other community mental health resources.

The Mental Health Practitioners who work within East Lindsey PCN are:

 

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Ruth Hollingsworth

 

 

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Laura-Anne Doyle

 

Social Prescribing Link Workers help connect people to activities, groups, and services in their community to meet the practical, social and emotional needs that affect their health and wellbeing. giving you time to focus on what matters to you most. 

Our Social Prescribing Link Worker is:

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Chantelle Scott

Polly Mahoney

PCN HR Adviser/ Administrator

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Susan Hammond

PCN Administrator

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Lisa Kenny

Communications Officer

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