Nursing Staff

Practice Nurses

Rosital Tongol – RN

Adwoa Agyei-Benhene – RN

To make an appointment, please either call the surgery on 020 8771 6050, or use the AskFirst app.

When to see a Nurse instead of a Doctor

  • New patients checks e.g. blood pressure / height/ weight etc
  • Ongoing general health monitoring –  e.g. blood pressure / height/ weight etc
  • Annual Asthma checks – if known/ established asthma diagnosis
  • Annual COPD checks (emphysema and chronic bronchitis) – if known/established COPD diagnosis
  • Diabetes checks –if established diabetic diagnosis
  • Wound dressings e.g. ulcers – We do not perform suturing i.e if acute laceration, please visit your nearest A&E emergency department.
  • Suture removals – as indicated by the hospital e.g. post operations / post A&E injury sutures
  • Childhood immunisations
  • Flu jabs (when correct season and only if eligible) – We do not administer covid vaccines. Please use the NHS website during the correct season to check if you are eligible.
  • Ear syringing – please note the doctors do not perform these. You need to see the doctor first, who will then instruct you to make an appointment with the nurse if syringing is needed.
  • Travel immunisations – The NHS covers only some travel disease immunisations (other disease immunisations will need to be done privately). Please first check with reception as from time to time there may be difficulties due to high demand of other nursing services.
  • Cervical Smears – check with reception or your NHS app to see if you are eligible regarding your last smear. These usually every 3 years, but can vary.
  • Vaginal swabs – e.g. sexually transmitted diseases
  • Repeat contraception – e.g. pills/injections, only if already established on medication
  • Psychiatric injection medications – only for established patients only where agreement is for the GP surgery to continue injections from psychiatric care.