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Nurse Practitioners

Sister Joanna Evans (f)
RGN, BSc, Advanced Nurse Practitioner Diploma

At Cantilupe surgery we have a very highly trained and experienced nurse Consultant.  She has trained as a nurse practitioner and taken her level of expertise and training to a further level.  She acts independently and is able to prescribe all the usual medications, arrange investigations and refer patients.  She will also  see patients in the walk in clinic.

Area of special interest:

Sister Joanna Evans

  • Cardiovascular disease (including coronary disease, angina and arterial disease)
  • Dermatology (skin problems)
  • Contraception (including fitting of implants and coils)


Our nurses can be seen by appointment Monday to Friday 8.40am-6pm. The nurses can help with the following: Immunisation and vaccinations, dressings, removal of stitches, holiday immunisations and advice, cervical smears, contraception. As well as the above general nursing services our practice nurses have advanced training in different areas and are happy to consult on these topics and also see patients to carry out annual chronic disease monitoring.

Sister Sarah Lindley (f)
Sister Tracey Teague (f)
Sister Alex Perry (f)


Sister Cate Lamport (f)


Healthcare Assistants

Ms Joanne Baker (f)
Mrs Di Roberts (f)

Our healthcare assistants work closely with  the nurse practitioners, practice nurses and doctors in the practice by performing the following tasks:-

Taking blood


Blood Pressure Monitoring

Spirometry (Lung Function Test)

Smoking Cessation

Dietary Advice

Flu Jabs



Mrs. Joanne Baker, works Monday to Friday with appointments from 8.40 until the afternoon and is based at Cantilupe Surgery.

Mrs. Di Roberts is based at Hampton Dene Surgery and works from 8.50am until 11am Monday to Friday

We do ask that you seek a GP or nurse Practitioner advice before asking her to take blood, perform an ECG or spirometry, feel free to refer yourself for dietary or smoking cessation advice, or to have your blood pressure checked.

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