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Kevin Ashworth - Pharmacist Practitioner
GPhC 2047356
BPharm (1996)
Primary care certificate in CHD prevention (2007)
Independent prescribing course (2008)
Diploma in COPD (2010)
Kevin is a registered pharmacist and independent prescriber. He is trained specifically in dealing with the management of chronic conditions - namely hypertension, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and the primary prevention of heart disease. He also carries out medication reviews.

Community Midwives

To make an appointment with a midwife, contact them directly on 01803 881431.

Note: Midwives are based in Brixham.

Community Nurses

Libby Easterbrook RGN (Community Matron

Tom McEwan (Lead District Nurse)

Karen Rogers

Heather Howe

Lyn Hughes

Michelle Jeffery

Jan Loffel

Alison Mellis

Jessica Jeffery

Carolyn Minskip

Julie Mitchell

Linda Williams

Laura Anscombe

Gemma Westaway

Connie Putt

Tracey Beaumont

Jane Hamilton

Helen Robinson

Chrissy Rugg

William Airzee (District Nurse Healthcare Assistant)

Hazel Patterson (Administrator)

You can contact the community nurses on 01803 860301.

Nursery Nurses

Melanie Finnegan

Tracey Hodges

Health Visitors

Lyn Wolstencroft (Team Leader)

Liz Clements (Health Visitor)

Larissa Thompson (Health Visitor)

(updated 15/08/18)

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.

To make an appointment with a health visitor, contact them directly on 0333 234 1901.  A message can also be left on this number. 

Open access clinic provision from 9/4/2018:

The Den, South Brent Primary School (1st and 3rd Monday only), 1.30pm - 3.30pm 
Totnes Children's Centre (2nd and 4th Monday only) 9.15am - 11.15am

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