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We have 2 Clinical Pharmacists who deal with medication queries from patients and the practice team. they also carry out medication reviews and are keen to help patients get the most out of their medicines so that they understand why they take them and know how to take them efficiently. They are also involved in prescription protocols and generally supporting the practice in medication-related issues.

Please contact reception if you wish to speak to a Clinical Pharmacist. 

Community Midwives

The local Midwives will co-ordinate your care during your pregnancy, right from the moment you discover you are expecting.

Please contact Trowbridge Birth Centre within one month of discovering you are pregnant. They can be contacted on 01225 711314, Monday to Thursday between 09:00 and 12:00.

If you need to contact your Midwife, please telephone 01225 765840.

You do not need to see a GP to confirm you are pregnant unless you have concerns you wish to discuss.

Health Visitors

Health Visitors are qualified nurses, with special training and experience in child health, health promotion and education. They offer practical support and health advice in many situations, including child development, nutrition, sleep issues and behaviour management in the under 5’s.

Normally the Health Visitors will see your child at the following intervals:

  • Following birth, at home, between 10-14 days with follow up support if needed
    • At 9-11 months
    • At 2 years

They are a great source of information and can be contacted on 01225 618782

Attached Staff

Mrs Carolyn Heaven (f)

Carolyn  supports our doctors with the care of those patients who are over 75 and particularly those at risk of admission to hospital, we have clinicians who are able to visit patients at home on behalf of the GP.

Mrs Naomi Morgan (f)

Carolyn and Naomi are able to assess and agree treatment plans with the GP’s, enabling the patient to be cared for at home where possible

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