North Street Medical Care

Romford Site: 274 North Street, Romford, Essex, RM1 4QJ. Tel: 01708 629733
Chadwell Heath Site: Chadwell Heath Health Centre, Ashton Gardens, RM6 6RT

Nursing Team

Nurse Practitioners
Nurse Judith Coomer (f)
RGN BSc – Nurse Practitioner Primary Care, Independent Prescriber. Diploma Asthma/Diabetes/CHD/Family PlanningNurse Practitioner Judy has a background in Accident & Emergency before joining Practice Nursing from 2003. She became a nurse practitioner from 2006 and has a special interest in diabetes and respiratory longterm conditions. As a nurse practitioner, her extra qualifications enable her to assess, diagnose & manage a wide range of patient problems both acute and chronic. She supports the doctors in providing care for the whole patient population.
Nurses
Nurse June Gray (f)
Lead Nurse – R.G.N. Chronic Disease Management and a full range of nursing care including
Nurse Jacky Ollington (f)
R.G.N. Chronic Disease Management and a full range of basic nursing care including baby immunisations and dressings
Nurse Julianne Flory (f)
R.G.N. Chronic Disease Management and a full range of basic nursing care.
Nurse Louise Whiteley (f) R.G.N. Practice Nurse. Chronic Disease Management and a full range of basic nursing care. She has specialist training in Diabetes, Asthma, Contraception care and Travel Medicine.
Healthcare Assistants
Joanne Shillingford (f)
Health Care Assistant – Undertakes basic nursing duties under the indirect supervision of the practice nurse team.

There is currently a team of practice nurses delivering a fully comprehensive and advanced range of nursing services. In some cases nurses are now delivering care that was once only performed by medical staff and for many chronic diseases the team delivers care in much the same way whether it be a doctor or nurse. All our nurses are highly trained and experienced in nursing generally and in primary care nursing specifically. They each have their own particular interests, specialities and responsibilities within the team and are actively encouraged in extra and specialist training.