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There are currently three practice nurses and two advanced nurse practitioners who provide a diverse variety of care and treatments.

Practice Nurses are available Monday to Friday 8.30 am until 6.00pm. Consultation is by appointment , however with a triage system in place at the Surgery patients may be seen on the day if required.

Practice Nurses are supported by Health Care Assistants who are involved in delivering a wide range of care. 

Our HCAs are available on Monday to Friday from 8.30 am until 6.00 pm. Consultation is by appointment .

Nurse Lead for Older People and Complex Care

Joanna (Jo) Dodd

Jo has been appointed to Upton Surgery as Nurse Lead for Older People/Complex care. Some patients may have already met her when she was the Locality Lead for the Integrated Care Team, based at Upton Surgery.

The role is to promote the health and wellbeing of older people living at home, and those with complex care needs. This will include the development of preventative and support services, health assessment clinics, acting as point of contact, and troubleshooting/problem solving concerns for this group of patients, as appropriate. 

Jo is also able to act as care co-ordinator/care navigator for patients experiencing a health crisis, working alongside other Health and Care professionals to co-ordinate appropriate support and care. She also works very closely with your GP and other surgery staff, often undertaking joint home visits with GP’s to review patients who are too frail to leave their home.


The surgery has phlebotomy services Monday to Friday, 8.30 am until 12.00 noon.

For patients who require blood tests please make an appointment.

Fasting bloods are no longer performed as a routine measure.

You will be given specific instruction if you require a fasting blood test by the health care professional. 

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