Practice Nurses

Sister Sue Grant

Sue joined the practice in October 2006.  She trained as a registered general nurse at Epsom General Hospital.

Sue has been a Practice Nurse since 1991, specialising in asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and holds the respiratory diplomas in both areas.  With her extensive experience she is able to see the full range of conditions that are managed by nurses in general practice.  She has a particular interest and expertise in Travel Medicine, having worked in a specialist travel clinic and also specialises in wound management and cardiovascular disease.  She also manages the childhood immunisation schedule for the practice.


Sister Grant’s qualifications:

RG, Epsom General Hospital

COPD Diploma, National Respiratory Training Centre, Warwick

Asthma Diploma, National Respiratory Training Centre, Warwick


Surgery sessions:

Monday afternoon, Tuesday, Thursday morning, Friday mornings and early afternoons.


Sister Denise Trigg

Denise joined the practice in September 2011. She trained as a registered Nurse at Kings College Hospital, London. Upon qualifying Denise spent two years working as a Staff Nurse before specialising in Infertility Nursing.

During a career break in the 1990s, she studied and obtained a BSc honours degree with The Open University.

Following a Return to Practice course and some ward-based nursing, Denise became a Practice Nurse in 2001.

She has special interests in Diabetes and Women's Health and is able to provide a wide range of general practice nursing care in her clinic sessions.


Sister Trigg's qualifications:

RN, King's College Hospital
Diabetes diploma, Education for Health, Warwick


Surgery sessions:

Monday - morning only
Wednesday - morning and afternoon
Thursday - morning and afternoon


Health Care Assistant

Sandra Bowen

Surgery Sessions

Mon, Tues, weds and Friday mornings.

Extended hours (18.30 to 20.00)  fortnightly on a Thursday

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