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Nurse Practitioners

Nurse Tracey Moore (f)

Lead Nurse

Independent Nurse Prescriber.

Diplomas in Minor Illness + Injuries, and nurse prescribing.

Specialises in diabetes and cerebrovascular disease.

Clinical interests include travel health and wound care.


Nurse Lisa May (f)

RGN - Lisa worked in specialist surgery in Surrey for 10 years, then worked in palliative care in oncology. She has been a practice nurse for 13 years specialising in chronic diseases, and is now a nurse prescriber. She has the Warwick Course in diabetes and a Diploma in COPD. Lisa has wide experience in travel and wound care. She also works as a community nurse and for a Hospice at Home charity (Kate's Home).

Nurse Debbie Hatcher (f)

RN, Advanced Diploma in Women's Health, Diploma in Asthma, COPD

Joined the surgery in October 2012 with 10 years experience in Practice Nursing in London, having recently moved back to Cheltenham.  Is a nurse prescriber
Interests include women's health and respiratory care.
Nurse Jo Herbert (f)

Jo joined the practice in August 2016 with 19 years experience in nursing. The last 7 years were spent as a Urology Nurse Practitioner, with previous experience in vascular and gynaecology.

Nurse Nic Stephens (f)

Nic Stephens has a specialist role supporting patients with dementia in their own homes.

Healthcare Assistants

Sally Gillham (f)

NVQ Level 3 in Care. Sally joined the surgery in 1991 as a receptionist and started work as an HCA in January 2004. 

Clare Hart (f)
NVQ Level 3 in Care.

Clare was a Phlebotomist at Cheltenham General Hospital for eight years before joining Overton Park in August 2008. She has experience in a number of nursing procedures including blood pressures, smoking advice, blood tests and new patient checks. Clare also carries out home visits for blood tests etc as required.

Yazmin Woods (f)

Yazmin joined us in June 2017 and is currently training as a HCA at the surgery. She is also the Surgery's First Aider.

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