Healthcare Assistants

Kim McAssey

I have worked full time both within the Primary Care Sector & Secondary Care for 21 years, currently based at the Rectory Road site undertaking a variety of health care roles.

Previously I worked in the Dermatology Department at Chesterfield Hospital for 10 years before moving to RPC for a new challenge.

My role as a dedicated HCA is to provide the best possible care for patients and enhance the RPC Clinical Team, regularly updating knowledge & skills in a rewarding profession.

Louise Copley-Dunn

I am an Assistant Practitioner. 

Assistant Practitioners support the  Practice Nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as Asthma checks, Phlebotomy (taking blood), Blood Pressure measurements, New Patient Checks, B12 and Pneumonia Injections,  ECGs, Spirometrys, INRs, Diabetic Foot Checks (Low-Moderate Risk), Simple Dressings, Stitch and clip removal, CVD NHS Health Checks, Stocking Measurements and home visits.

I have worked for the NHS for 11 years, previously as a community phlebotomist, I then came to work at Rectory Road 9 years ago and have been here ever since. Over the years I have undertaken various tasks and this led me to complete my university degree as an AP at Derby University.

Sarah Halfyear

I work part time based at Inkersall surgery; I have worked for RPC now for 3 years doing the healthcare role. I previously worked at chesterfield royal hospital on a medical ward for 6 years.

I am very passionate about my job and providing the best care for my patients

Linda Bamford

I started working at the surgery as a receptionist in 2000 back when the surgery was known as Avondale. 3 years later I undertook an NVQ level 2 and 3 in care and became a HCA for Avondale.
Since then I've done a lot more training to expand my knowledge as a HCA including; ear irrigation, annual reviews, spirometry's and many other things. 

Angela Forbes

Collette Forester

Kim Marvin

Caroline Simmonds

Works 4 days a week at Whittington and Ashgate

I did my training at Chesterfield Royal Hospital where I worked for 6 years. From there I went to work at Walton hospital where I stayed for 4 years. I then started working for the surgery back when it was known as Avondale 16 years ago. My hobbies include reading, badminton and spinning.