Nurse Practitioners

Della Mapp, Karen Gilby & Ruth Dawes

We have 3 Nurse Practitioners.  They have specialist training and are able to deal with a majority of presenting problems, anything from a common cold or flu virus to prescribing emergency contraception, without reference to a doctor unless necessary.  They can also prescribe a wide of range of other medications.




Our highly qualified nurses and experienced healthcare assistants deal with a range of conditions and health concerns.  They are experts in the management of diseases such as diabetes, asthma and heart disease.

Treatment Room

Jacky Stenner


Jacky joined Stockwood Medical Centre in November 2006, taking on the role of lead nurse in June 2010. She specialises in diabetes, CHD (happy heart), COPD and Asthma.

Alison Storey


Alison joined the practice in 2013. She manages CHD clinics. Alison has a special interest in leg ulcer & wound management.

Helen Stirland


Helen joined the practice in July 2015. She manages asthma, CHD clinics & NHS Health Checks.

Ronnie Sims


Ronnie qualified as a Registered Nurse in March 2002. She has worked in various fields including respiratory, endoscopy, day surgery & breast cancer research. She joined the Treatment Room team in July 2017 and also manages CHD clinics. 

Jo Hall


Jo qualified as a nurse in 2005, after a long hospital career in orthopaedics, surgery and endoscopy she joined the medical centre in 2019.  She manages CHD clinics and will go on to undertake her diabetic specialist role in the future.

Healthcare Assistants

Our healthcare assistants (HCA) carry out a range of duties including phlebotomy, ECG recording, hypertensive monitoring, teledermatology .They also support the trained nurses in wound care.

Sue Buck

Sue joined our nurse team in July 2008. Sue holds an NVQ Level 3 in Health & Social Care.

Helen Graydon

Helen joined the practice in May 2016. She holds NVQ  level 2 in Health & Social Care & is working towards level 3. She also holds the care certificate.


Debbie Morris

Debbie joined the team in May 2013.  As well as being qualified to take blood Deb helps maintain our stock levels of consumables.

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