Dr Penny Bugden has been appointed a partner from 1 January 2018. Dr Bugden and Dr Steve Fisher will work together to provide care for a shared list of patients. Dr Fisher will be working on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings and Dr Bugden will be working all day Mondays, Wednesday afternoons and all day Thursdays.
Dr Bugden MBBS 2004 MRCGP
Dr Bugden joined the practice in 2015 and is delighted to join the partnership. After growing up in Sussex, she completed medical training at Cambridge University and Imperial College School of Medicine. Following this, Dr Bugden trained and worked as a GP in South West London. Dr Bugden has a special interest in Women's Health. She looks forward to meeting her new patients.
|Mrs Julie Spicer|
BSc Advanced Nurse Practitioner
The Nurse Practitioner is able to deal with many of the problems you would normally take to a doctor.
Sheis trained to undertake full clinical examinations of patients with undiagnosed problems or illnesses. She can initiate treatments and prescribe medication where necessary and can refer you to other health professionals such as hospital consultants, physiotherapy etc.
Appointments can be booked with the nurse practitioner in the Acute Assessment Unit on a same day basis via the surgery appointment system. Home visits where appropriate may also be arranged via the practice co-ordinator.
For further information on the services provided by the nurse practitioner at park surgery, please see the leaflet available at reception.
|Mrs Sue Moody (f)|
The Practice Nurses provide a wide range of services including:
- Family Planning
- Diabetic monitoring
- Asthma Monitoring
- Child Health Surveillance
- Hypertension Monitoring
- Coronary Heart Disease Monitoring
- Teenage Sexual Health
- Travel Immunisations and Advice
Please ask Treatment Room reception for appointment availability.
The Nursing Team
|Healthcare assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.|