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Where possible it has been noted which doctors cover Queen Square and Caton Health Centre.  But, please note that this is subject to change and other doctors may cover absences.


Mr David Rowlands (m)

David is our Advanced Pharmacist Practitioner. He can examine, assess and prescribe for a wide range of conditions David works closely alongside the doctors in providing a high standard of medical care and wherever appropriate, you may be offered an appointment with him as an alternative to a doctor. He advises the practice team on all aspects of medicines and also runs a medication review clinic. Please feel free to book an appointment with him if you would like to discuss your medication in more detail.

Community Nurses

District Nurses

District Nurses provide general nursing care to patients in the community who are housebound.  They can be contacted by telephone on 01524 406554.

Clinics are held Monday to Friday  between 8.00am - 5.00pm

Long Term Conditions Team and Community Matron

The team will work with those complex health and social care needs to prevent crisis and promote independence.  The team will also provide advice and support to a range of patients and carers to make living at home as easy as possible.

Health Visitors

 Health Visitors are on hand to give advice to expectant mothers, parents of children up to six years of age.  They also encourage health education and carry out developmental assessments on children at various ages up to six years.  They can be contacted on 01524 518933.

Jo Stretch
Kathleen Freear
Debbie Chamberlain
Ruth Smith
Marilyn Parsons
Ann Johnston

Attached Staff

Mental Health Graduate

The Mental Health Graduate is based at St Leonard’s House, St Leonardsgate, but comes into Queen Square weekly to hold a counselling session. Please make an appointment with your GP if you would like to access the counselling service.

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