These pages tell you about all our staff and their different roles. Elliott Hall Medical Centre is exceptionally well regarded as a practice that trains our future general practitioners to a very high standard.
All doctors are trained in all clinical areas and see all types of medical problems, so there is no need to see any particular doctor for their expert opinion. If necessary we may ask colleagues who have a special interest for their input. This is part of the collaborative and teaching ethos of Elliot Hall Medical Centre.
Sister Jenner is a nurse practitioner and independent nurse prescriber. She can see a whole range of problems from a tummy upset to chest pain, emergency contraception to ear ache or flu-like illness.
For the smooth running of the practice and for the benefit of our patients it is essential we have a strong management team and this is ably provided by Marie our practice manager. We have in addition, a team of receptionist staff that support the clinical and senior management team.
|Sister Helen Jenner (f)|
BSc (Hons) RGN RSCN NP Dip Cert Ed
Sister Helen Jenner qualified as a registered general nurse in 1983 and as a registered sick children’s nurse in 1984. She worked as a paediatric ward sister at Northwick Park Hospital before joining EHMC in 1989 as a Practice Nurse. In 1998 she qualified as a Nurse Practitioner and now has expertise in the assessment and treatment of minor illnesses. She has an interest in all areas of primary care and caring for older people.
Sister Jenner is a nurse practitoner and independent nurse prescriber. She can see a whole range of problems from a tummy upset to chest pain, emergency contraception to ear ache or flu-like illness. All staff support and help each other, if anybody is in doubt about a problem there are always others in the practice who can advise.
|Mary Cunningham (f)|
Mary Cunningham is our diabetic specialist nurse works for the local consultant led diabetes team. Every month she comes to the practice to help and advise with the care of our more complex diabetes cases.
|Sister Ruth Godfrey (f)|
Ruth is our nurse with an interest in diabetes and is responsible for doing our diabetic checks
|Sister Gemma Beasley (f)|
Gemma is one of our practice nurses and also our Nurse Case manager. She has a special interest in heart failure and elderly care. She trained in Kings College, London and qualified in 2001.
|Sister Sally Pople (f)|
Sister Pople joined the practice team in April 2004 having worked at Northwood & Pinner Community Hospital as a community nurse with the Residential Homes Team. Sally has special interests in wound management, COPD and travel.
|Mrs Nilpa Shah (f)|
Nilpa is our healthcare assistant and undertakes tasks such as phlebotomy (taking blood), injections (e.g vitamin B12, shingles immunisation), ECG