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Patient Participation Group

We are holding a Patient Participation Forum on Friday 21st February at 12.30 at the Little Lever Health Centre. Please come along to this forum as we would like to know any suggestions you may have and also your feedback on the care we provide.

Human Coronavirus

If you have any concerns that you have been exposed or become infected with the coronavirus, please phone NHS 111 for further advice.

NHS Advice:

Please click on the link below for an update on Coronavirus.


CCG Pharmacist

Pharmacist's role includes:

  •       assisting with the practice repeat prescribing system to review medication
  •       doing medication reviews with patients
  •       acting as a resource for advice on medication matters for other clinicians in the practice
  •       helping with audits and regular drug safety work

Attached Staff

Health Improvement Practitioner (HIP) - Jessica Litherland

HIP help patients develop healthier behaviour and lifestyles in their own local communities. They offer practical support to change their behaviour to achieve their own choices and goals.

The exact role will depend upon the needs of the community in which they work, but typically a HIP will carry out the following:

  • NHS Health Checks
  • High Risk of Cardiovascular Disease Review
  • Review of patients who are At Risk of Diabetes
  • Smoking Cessation Advice
  • Encouraging patients to participate in increased physical activity
  • Weight Management
  • Cholesterol Management
  • Work with newly Diagnosed Diabetic Patients
  • Health assessments for patients with mild – moderate COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease), with a view to improving their health and lifestyle.
  • Review patients At risk of alcohol harm

Please note Jessica works on Tuesday 8 - 6.30pm. To book an appointment with Jessica please call the surgery on the usual number.

Mental Health Practitioner - Vikki May

Vikki can see patients with mental health symptoms such as low mood, anxiety and depression. Vikki will be working alongside our Nurses and GPs to provide a first point of contact these patients. Please book an appointment with Vikki for further guidance, advice and treatment.

Please note Vikki works Friday 1:30 - 4:30pm. 

When ringing, please ask for an appointment with Vikki.

MSK Practitioner - Andrew Taylor

Andrew Taylor is our Musculoskeletal (MSK) Practitioner.  He is an Advanced Practitioner Physiotherapist specialising in the clinical assessment, diagnosis and management of Musculoskeletal (muscle or joint) conditions.  Andrew can see patients aged 16 and over with (suspected or diagnosed) MSK conditions.

Patients with Musculoskeletal problems can be seen by Andrew as a first point of contact, instead of a GP.

Please note Andrew works Monday 1:30 - 4:30pm. 

When ringing, please ask for an appointment with Andrew.

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