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Amandeep Gahunia

Clinical Pharmacist

Aman joined the practice in 2017. He works alongside the Dispensers and GPs to answer medication queries, update prescriptions and perform medication reviews.

Julie Morton

Julie is a PCT employed pharmacist; her role involves advising the clinical and dispensary staff on issues surrounding the prescribing of drugs and other medications.

Community Midwives

Barbara Percival
The Derbyshire Dales Midwifery Team provides ante-natal care at clinics in the medical practice, and post-natal care in the patient's home. Most births take place at The Royal Derby Hospital, but home births are supported by the Team where appropriate. Midwives are also available to give feeding advice, lead parentcraft classes and aqua-natal exercises.

Community Nurses

Lead By Karen Lomas

The Community Nursing Team visit patients who are housebound and cannot get into the medical practice. Leave them a message with the Ashbourne Medical Practice Reception team or contact the Community Nurses call centre on 01332 258 200 which is open 8.30am - 4.30pm. Outside these hours please contact 111.

Health Visitors

Mrs Audrey Clarke

Audrey and her colleagues are trained in nursing, and public health and deal with the health of the whole family but particularly children under 5 years of age. They make an initial contact during the ante-natal period and then take over from the midwives in the early post-natal period providing ongoing advice and support. Health visitors run child health clinics, and carry out development checks.

The health visiting team are based at St Oswald's Hospital, and can be contacted on: 01335 230000 selecting option '5'.

Attached Staff

Sarah Rodgers

Our Care Coordinator Sarah Rodgers supports and advises patients over 18 with long term social/community/care issues. To self-refer to Sarah please call her on 07717880205.

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