Healthcare Team

Carlin Conradie (f)  – Dietitian

Carlin runs monthly clinics at the practice for any patient over 7 years old.  You can be referred by a GP or nurse to see Carlin.

Dietitians are qualified health professionals who assess, diagnose and treat dietary and nutritional problems.  They use up to date public health and scientific research on food health and disease which they translate in to practice guidance around lifestyle and food choices.

Kathy Capus (f) – Memory Assessment Nurse

Kathy sees anyone worried about their memory and does not require any formal referral from a GP or nurse.  If you’re worried about your memory, just book an appointment directly with reception or online.

Emma Hart (f) – Mental Health Worker

Emma is able to see anyone struggling with their mental health.  She provides one off and on-going support, working alongside the Community Mental Health Team and Primary Care Mental Health Team.  You can book in directly to see Emma or may be referred on to her after speaking to one of the GPs or being discharged from community health services.

Roshni Shah – First Contact Physiotherapist

Roshni is able to see patients with acute musculoskeletal problems.  Her aim is to assist patients with their acute problems and provide them with right assessment, advice and exercises.  She can make onwards referrals when required.

Harriet Mpanga (f) – Social Prescribing Link Worker

Social prescribing is a way for local agencies to refer people to a link worker. Link workers give people time, focusing on ‘what matters to me’ and taking a holistic approach to people’s health and wellbeing. They connect people to community groups and statutory services for practical and emotional support.

Link workers also support existing community groups to be accessible and sustainable, and help people to start new groups, working collaboratively with all local partners.

Social prescribing works for a wide range of people, including people:

  • With one or more long-term conditions
  • Who need support with their mental health
  • Who are lonely or isolated
  • Who have complex social needs which affect their wellbeing