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If you require an appointment please ring us so that you can have a telephone or video consultation. We are here if you need us. Calls are triaged and in some cases you will be asked to come down for a face to face consultation but under strict safety measures.
Over the coming weeks we are making safety changes at both sites to ensure safety for yourselves and for the team.
Walk in clinic at Croston will not be available for the foreseeable future.
We will keep you all updated of any changes and thank you all for your support and understanding during this difficult period.
MBChB. Certificate in Family Planning
Dip HE Adult
BSc in Professional Practice
Same Day Consultation (MSc cert)
The title of Queen’s Nurse is given to individual nurses who have demonstrated a high level of commitment to patient care and nursing practice. The award also offers recipients the chance to spread their good practice as it allows them to be involved in developing and influencing national policy and practice in nursing. There are currently only about 1,400 in England who hold this title.
Mrs Yates has been a nurse for 31 years, 28 of which have been in general practice and 14 years being an advanced clinical nurse practitioner.
She spent 20 years working in the south Manchester area, during which time she was a nurse board member of the local CCG and lead for respiratory and cervical cytology. She also specializes in minor surgery, joint injections, contraceptive implants and coil clinics.
Asthma and COPD
RGNAsthmaPalliative care - worked for Marie Curie for 5 yearsENB 998 Teaching and AssessingCertificate in Cervical CytologyTreatment room
MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AIDER
PRACTICE MANAGER CROSTON VILLAGE SURGERY & ECCLESTON HEALTH CENTRE
AMSPAR DIPLOMA IN PRACTICE MANAGEMENT
ASSISTANT MANAGER CROSTON VILLAGE SURGERY & ECCLESTON HEALTH CENTRE
MEDICINES CO-ORDINATOR AT CROSTON VILLAGE SURGERY AND ECCLESTON HEALTH CENTRE
OFFICE/RECEPTION MANAGER AT CROSTON
PRACTICE CHAMPION FOR LEARNING DISABILITIES, CANCER AND CARERS.
OFFICE SUPERVISOR FOR ECCLESTON