|Nurse Judith Harris (f)|
Judith joined Spencer Street Surgery in 2001 and is our Nursing Team Manager. She works with the Partners and the Nursing team to help us to offer the best service possible for our patients.
As well as providing general nursing care, Judith has undertaken further specialist training in providing care for patients with diabetes and heart failure.
Judith is a qualified nurse prescriber.
|Nurse Sue Hill (f)|
Sue joined the practice as a Practice nurse in November 2003.
As well as general practice nursing care, Sue has a special interest in respiratory disease, and has trained further in the specialist fields of asthma and COPD. Sue is a qualified Nurse Prescriber.
|Nurse Victoria Rae (f)|
Victoria joined Spencer Street Surgery as a Practice Nurse in May 2018, having previously worked in the Intensive Care Unit at Cumberland Infirmary, Carlisle.
|Nurse Pamela Haddock (f)|
Pamela joined Spencer Street Surgery in June 2018, having previously worked at Penrith Community Hospital.
|Nurse Suzanne Wiles (f)|
Suzanne joined the Practice in October 2020. Suzanne is an experienced Practice Nurse and over recent years has been specialising in Diabetes Care and Management.
|Shona Carey (f)|
Shona is our healthcare assistant. She started at the Practice in 2007. She works closely with the Practice Nursing team providing pre-clinic checks for chronic disease monitoring, as well as administering vaccinations including B12, flu, shingles and pneumonia, blood tests and general practice nursing support.
|Lisa Oldham (f)|
Lisa is a healthcare assistant who works closely with the Practice Nurses and provides support to the nurses and GP's. Lisa's duties include NHS health checks, chronic disease pre-clinic tests, lifestyle and general health advice and general healthcare assistant duties. She is trained in administering vaccinations including B12, shingles, flu and pneumonia.
|Ms Alison Marrs (f)|
Ali is our Frailty Co-Ordinator and she joined us in December 2018. Ali will predominantly visit patients at home to provide support to manage their health and well-being so they can continue to live independently in their homes for as long as possible. Ali can provide patients with access to support services within the area that are most appropriate for them.
|Miss Carla Brockbank (f)|
Carla joined us in August 2021 as our Care Co-ordinator. Carla will be working within the Nursing team, looking after patients with long term conditions.