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Staff Changes

We have a couple of new staff joined us recently. See Latest News to find out who they are.

Appointments Not Attended

In the 5 weeks between 15th March and 19th April patients failed to attend 38 GP appointments, 15 Nurse Practitioner appointments and 22 Nurse and Healthcare Worker appointments. If you are unable to attend an appointment please let us know as soon as possible so that we can offer it to another patient. 

CQC Report

The Care Quality Commission has rated the practice as "Good", see latest news for more details

Dispensers

Dispensers are all trained to a minimum NVQ level 2 in pharmacy services and they are responsible for processing all your repeat prescription requests. They are able to issue repeat items that have been approved by the Doctor but must ask the doctor if you ask for anything that is not on your repeat list.
Mr Chris Cleveland (m)

Chris is our dispensary manager and works full time at Kirkby Lonsdale. He joined the practice in September 2010 and has qualified as Pharmacy Technician after studying for a BTEC Diploma in Dispensing Services at Preston college. 

Mrs Danielle Riley (f)

Danni joined the team in April 2014

Mrs Sheila Lord
Sheila works at both Kirkby Lonsdale and Hornby. Some of her time is spent as a dispenser and some as a receptionist.
Ms Karen Ellison (f)
Karen works most mornings at Hornby and also some afternoons at Kirkby Lonsdale. She is a dispenser and receptionist
Miss Hollie Read (f)

Hollie joined the practice in August 2016 and will be working towards her NVQ level 2 in dispensing as well as an apprenticeship in customer service over the coming year. 

Miss Jade Schofield (f)

Jade joined the practice in October 2016 as a dispenser. She previously worked in community pharmacy where she obtained her NVQ level 2 in dispensing. 

 
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