Community Midwives

Miss Shannon Lee (f)

The PCT employs Midwives who work from within the practice. They provide antenatal care in clinics held at Lightwater Surgery.  They will provide postnatal care at home for the first 10 days after childbirth.

If you think you may be pregnant, please contact the surgery to make an appointment for booking your antenatal care with the midwife.

Community Nurses

Nursing Sisters

Sue Boughen (f)

District Nursing Sister BSc (Hons) RGN Dip HE DN

Staff Nurses

Carl Boni (m)

Health Care Assistant

Pauline Spreadborough (f)

Community Matron

Beccy Berry (f)

Palliative Care Nurse 

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The District Nurses are based at Lightwater Surgery and can be contacted either directly, through your GP, hospital or Social Services.

They provide support, advice and skilled nursing care for patients who are housebound.  The main responsibilities of the District Nurses include providing:  care for patients who are chronically or acutely ill; palliative or terminal care; care for those recently discharged from hospital.

They are also involved in the training and assessment of student nurses.  This means some patients may find that student nurses become actively involved in their care.

Health Visitors

Karen Needham (f)
Yvonne Smyth (f)
Karen Marsh (f)

The Health Visitors for Lightwater Surgery are based at the Berkshire Road Clinic.  They provide advice and support on many health issues, with particular expertise in child and family health.  They carry out routine development screening to detect any problems with the developing pre-school child.  They can be contacted on 01483 782802. 

Further details on the Children and Family Health Services offered in Surrey can be found at:

www.childrenshealthsurrey.nhs.uk/services/health-visiting-service

Knowledge and skills in behaviour management, immunisation and other parenting issues are delivered on a one-to-one basis, in a clinic or group setting either antenatal or postnatal.

 
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