Nurses

Nurse Practitioners

Lesley Beeton

Lesley Beeton

After completing my RGN training at Guy’s Hospital in 1993 I worked on the acute medical admission ward. The experience was great preparation for my next role working in A+E at the West Middlesex Hospital in London, Yeovil District Hospital and then Musgrove Park Hospital in Somerset. I moved into primary care, working as a practice in 2000 and completed my BSc (Hons) Nurse Practitioner degree in 2008 at Bournemouth University. I was delighted to join the QJS team in 2014. I see patients who are acutely unwell that need to be seen on the same day.  
Anna Boon

Anna Boon

I trained at St Thomas' Hospital, London and qualified as a registered nurse. I worked in health promotion and education before becoming a practice nurse in 1991.  I joined QJS in 1999 and attained my Nurse Practitioner degree from Bournemouth University in 2002. I had a break to go abroad with my family for 8 years then re-joined the practice in 2015. I see patients who have acute conditions and need to be seen on the same day.  
Kerry Gleason

Kerry Gleason

I trained at Bournemouth University and gained a BScHons in Clinical Nursing. Most of my career has been spent in primary Care. I was a member of the District Nursing Team at QJS for 6 yrs, before moving to lead a team of District Nurses in Christchurch in 2014. Whilst in that job role I gained a number of extended skills, enabling me to return to QJS in 2018 as their Community Nurse Practitioner. I see patients that require a GP visit in their own home. I also work closely with, Louise, Tracker Nurse supporting patients with long term health needs.
Josie Weaver

Josie Weaver

Practice Nurses

Gemma

Gemma

I trained at Southampton university and started working at the practice as a practice nurse in 2007. Previously, I worked at Southampton general hospital in the Emergency department for 4 years. In August 2014, I became the lead nurse at the practice and look after a highly skilled nursing team. My role involves seeing patients for dressings, woman’s and men’s health, baby immunisations, ear care and much more.  I also give travel and health advise in our private travel clinic.
Katie

Katie

I trained at Bournemouth University and gained an Advanced Diploma in Adult Nursing then went on to receive a BSC Hons in Professional Practice. I worked in the Cardiology Department at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital as a Staff Nurse. I then joined the practice in September 2014 as a Cardiac Nurse/Practice Nurse. I also completed the Practice Nurse Foundation Course.
Jan

Jan

My nursing career began in the army where I trained to become a nurse in Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps, undertaking my training at Birmingham City University in 2008. I spent ten years as an army nurse and during that time I worked in many different areas of nursing in the UK and abroad.  I joined the practice in April 2019. My role involves women’s health, baby immunisations and dressings among other routine appointments. I also support the cardiac nurse to undertake medication reviews.  I have a special interest in sexual and reproductive health and am currently undertaking training to fit intrauterine contraceptive devices.
Sam

Sam

Rebecca

Rebecca

I trained at Southampton University and qualified as a Registered Nurse in 2003.  I have worked in different areas of nursing including A&E, Medicine, Oncology and primary care.  I  joined the QJS as a Respiratory Nurse/Practice Nurse in 2021.    I have completed the Foundations in Practice Nurse course and I am working towards my Asthma Diploma.

Health Care Assistants

Silvija

Silvija

I am widely skilled HCA working for NHS since 2014. My journey started at King George Hospital, London where I gained lots of experience in Dementia care, Angiography and Cardiology. I did District Nursing after moving to Dorset. Since I joined the Surgery in November 2021 I help the Team to carry out blood tests, wound care, diabetic checks, ECGs, injections and assist with Minor operations.
Lindsey

Lindsey

Debbie

Debbie Phlebotomist