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Vaccination Clinics

We are now starting to invite patients to clinic for 2nd covid vaccinations. If you call us back after receiving a text or call and the clinic is full, please be assured we will contact you again for the next clinic. We have a robust reporting and recall system to identify patients needing first and second vaccinations.



Nurse Practitioners

Mrs Sharon Johnston (f)

Sharon joined the practice in 2019 having previously worked alongside the surgery with the East Leeds Home visiting team in 2016. She started her career as Nurse in 1994 and has worked in various nursing roles in the community and hospitals. She is a fully qualified Advanced Nurse Practitioner and Nurse Prescriber with a wealth of experience in long term conditions. Sharon is also clinical lead for our nursing team at the practice.

Edie Morgan (f)

Edie joined the practice in June 2021 having previously worked alongside the surgery with the East Leeds Home visiting team in 2016. Edie has previously worked in the community as part of the District Nursing team. She is a fully qualified Advanced Clinical Practitioner with a wealth of experience.


Natalie Longley (f)

Natalie joined the Practice in April 2015 having previously worked as a nurse at Leeds Teaching Hospitals.  Since joining the Practice Natalie has embraced the opportunity to undertake further training to develop her skills as a Practice Nurse. 

Briony Docherty (f)

Briony undertook one of her student nurse placements with the Practice and worked as a Healthcare Assistant whilst completing her nurse training.  Having completed her nursing degree, Briony joined the Practice as a full time nurse and the Practice is supporting her to develop her nursing skills. Briony has recently passed her Nurse Prescribing exams

Louise Hague (f)

Louise also joined the Practice as a receptionist.  The Practice values staff development and decided to offered a healthcare assistant apprenticeship and Louise took up the opportunity.  Louise has completed her healthcare assistant apprenticeship and is now enrolled to be become a fully qualified nurse.

Healthcare Assistants

Joanne Potter (f)

Jo joined the Practice as a receptionist and then took the opportunity to train as a Healthcare Assistant. 

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