Specialist Nurses

The practice work with a vast team of experienced nurses is all specialities. These include a respiratory, diabetes, heart failure and palliative care nurse.  The community matron is also available for patients who require a lot of support with their illness. These specialised clinicians can assess your physical mental and social care needs to enable you to cope better in the Community.


Mrs Zoe Udall (f)

Zoe joined the practice in January 2015. Prior to this she was employed as a Midwife by Sherwood Forest Hospitals and assigned to Churchside as our practice midwife. Zoe came to us with a wealth of nursing experience ranging from Intensive Care to Midwifery and whilst she has been with us she has developed her knowledge and skills by completing her Practice Nurse Degree in 2016. At present she is studying hard to become and independent prescriber which she will qualify for in 2019.


Miss Jody Hyatt (f)

Jody joined the practice in June 2022 as a practice nurse. Jody has no experience in General Practice but has previously worked in Intensive Care at Sherwood Forest Hospitals and out in the community as a District Nurse. She will be commencing her Practice Nurse Degree at De Montford University in September 2022 where she will gather all the necessary skills for practice nursing. 

Healthcare Assistants

Mrs Bridget Watson (f)

Bridget has worked within the Practice as a phlebotomist for many years and will be known to many of our patients. However, she joined the practice as a permanent member of staff in May 2014 working as a Health Care Assistant. She is an integral and loyal member of our nursing team.


Mrs Donna Straw (f)

Donna worked for several years within the NHS at NEMS before joining the practice team in November 2020. She is an experienced phlebotomist and is training in other areas of heath care assistant work as well.

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