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Lisa qualified in Adult Nursing in 2003 and spent 5 years working as a Staff Nurse on various wards at The North Devon District Hospital. These included Orthopaedics and Trauma, Emergency and Elective General, Vascular, Urological and ENT Surgery, Medicine and Care of The Elderly. She joined Mayfield Medical Centre as a Practice Nurse in 2008. She loves all aspects of General Practice Nursing, particular interests are Respiratory and Wound Care. In her spare time she enjoys swimming, cycling and going to the zoo and to the beach with her 2 young children.
Sue studied in Canterbury Christ Church University and spent 10 years working in an acute setting in different hospitals over the UK. She has been working in Primary Care for 9 years, five of them at Mayfield, and covers chronic disease management, womens health and general treatment room nursing. She enjoys keeping active, loves the outdoors and has a young family, 3 dogs, 2 rabbits, 2 cats, oh and a husband! Never a dull moment...
Aaron qualified in 2016 from Plymouth University, Bachelors of Science Adult Nursing. He previously worked in Intermediate Care team for Paignton and Brixham area. Special interests - Acute visits at home, and general practice. He enjoys spending time with his young family and all sports particularly circlet.
Cassie studied Nursing at Plymouth University, qualifying in 2019. During her training she experienced many different aspects of nursing within the local area, primarily at Torbay Hospital, but have always had a special interest in General Practice. She has previously worked as an Acupuncturist, and in her spare time enjoys sewing, reading and time outdoors.
Sam qualified from The University of Surrey in 2016 with a First Class BSc (Hons) in Adult Nursing. Since then she has developed extensive experience working on the wards at Torbay Hospital and with the Paignton and Brixham Community Nurses. Sam has two daughters that take up most of her personal time and enjoys reading and walking the dog. Previously, Sam worked with children and young adults with autism. Sam has a keen interest in tissue viability, teaching and elderly care. She has a shared role working in Mayfield Medical Centres and for the Torbay Care Home Visiting Service.
Chloe first started working with us in the reception team whilst she was still studying at school and then became employed in May 2013. Chloe started as a receptionist, then became a phlebotomist, then a Health Care Assistant and is now completing her degree to become an Assistant Practitioner. She enjoys socialising, walking, exercising and having fun.
Nikky is a Health Care Assistant and achieved her NVQ qualification July 2007. She has been at Mayfield for over 17 years and enjoys travel, reading and socialising with family and friends.
Michelle started at St Lukes as a receptionist 16 years ago, trained to be Phlebtomist and then did NVQ3 in 2010.
Debbie is a Health Care Assistant and worked at St Lukes for 16 years. Her special interests include leg ulcers and compression bandaging. Her hobbies include boating and holidays.
Joanna has been part of our nursing team since September 2015. Jo currently works as a phlebotomist but is enhancing her skills by training to some of the tasks linked to the Health Care Assistants role. When she is not working she is either entertaining her 5 children or enjoying swimming, walking, wine tasting and socialising.
Nicola is a phlebotomist and trained at St James University Hospital in Leeds
After working at Torbay Hospital as a Department Secretary, I wanted to seek a career in Phlebotomy, which is something I have always wanted to do. After completing my Level 3 Phlebotomy Qualification in May 2019, I joined Mayfield in August 2019. You may also see me working on Reception, as I work between both teams. As well as working on reception and my phlebotomy clinics, I also help with any nurse admin. Outside of work I enjoy seeing friends, doing adventure activities and weekends away.
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NON-EMERGENCY: Take a look at our "Get health information" page. Alternatively, call 111 for non-urgent medical advice.
MINOR INJURIES: We do not provide a minor injuries service. You should attend A&E or a local minor iunjuries unit. The LIVE WAITING times for these services are listed here.
EMERGENCY: Dial 999 or go to your nearest A&E Department (you must not dial 999 for anything other than an emergency)
If you do need to attend the emergency department at Torbay Hospital please read this leaflet.