*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.*


Salma Sadek

Salma qualified as a Pharmacist in Egypt in 2004 and she has been working in the UK since 2012. Salma joined Queen Square in January 2021.  Due to the current crisis we are only offering telephone appointments for medication queries with the Pharmacists, but as restrictions are lifted, we will begin to offer face to face appointments for reviews.  We will update this information as and when appropriate.

Yasmin Thompson (f)

Yasmin Thompson Yasmin grew up in Lancaster and qualified as a pharmacist from The University of Manchester in 2010. She then joined Boots as a Community Pharmacist where she worked for over 10 years -  the last 5 of these years she worked in Boots Caton as the Pharmacist Store Manager.  Yasmin joined the Queen Square team in January 2021. 

Attached Staff

District Nursing Team

The District Nursing Team provide nursing care and support to patients in their own homes when they are too ill to attend surgery. The team provides specialist nursing care as necessary. This care includes wound care, leg ulcer management, palliative care, advice and support in maintaining health and referrals to appropriate heath professionals/social services as required. They can be contacted by telephone on 01524 406554.


Community Midwives

Community Midwives provide antenatal care throughout pregnancy, during labour and after birth. They can be contacted on 01524 584130 or you can self refer at www.uhmb.nhs.uk/maternity.


Long Term Conditions Team and Community Matron Team 

The Long Term Conditions Team and Community Matron 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 Visiting Team

The Health Visiting Team can advise on health care to all age groups but is mainly involved with mothers, babies and young children. Their work includes child health surveillance, childhood immunisations & general health promotion. They can be contacted on 0300 247 0040.

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