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Breast Sceening for Women Aged 70 - 79

As you will have seen on the news, some ladies did not receive an invitation for a final screen, as part of the routine NHS Breast Screening Programme.  For more information on this, please see our Latest News page.

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Nurse Practitioners

Danielle Brining

BSc (Hons) Clinical Nursing Practice Dandi

Danielle qualified from University College London in 1996 and worked as a Sister in Accident & Emergency in London for many years.  She has also worked as a nurse in the jungle in Belize and was a Clinical Skills Tutor at University College London Medical School.  "Dandy" has been a Nurse Manager in charge of a central London Minor Injuries Centre and a corporate GP clinic.

Dandy enjoys the variety of triage work, has diplomas in Travel Health and Sexual Health and is the Lead Nurse at The Castle Practice.

Lizzie Lishman

Lizzie Lishman, RGN, is an Advanced Nurse Practitioner and an Independent Nurse LizziePrescriber. 

After qualifying from Guy's Hospital in 1990, Lizzie spent a further five years in London working primarily in Accident and Emergency before working abroad in both Tanzania and Mauritius in voluntary roles.

Since 2001, she worked as a Nurse Practitioner in a local nurse-led Minor Injuries Unit.

She is married and has 3 children.

Gill Rummey


Karen Phillips

Karen Phillips

Triage / Practice Nurse

Karen Phillips, RGN, Practice and Triage Nurse trained at St Mary's Hospital, London

Prior to joining the practice in 2014, the majority of her career has been spent working as a practice nurse for the military in Germany, UK and also at NHS practices in Southern England.

Karen has gained qualifications in family planning, has a diploma in asthma and has a keen clinical interest in diabetes.

Natasha Clarke

Triage / Practice NurseTash

Natasha Clarke, BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing    

Natasha trained at the University of Southampton where she then worked as a Coronary Care Staff Nurse before moving on to gain experience in district and general practice nursing.  

Natasha works as part of our triage team and has special interests in respiratory care with a Diploma in Asthma.

Yvonne Lord

nlord2.jpgRGN, Diploma in Contraception & Sexual Health

Yvonne has been a practice nurse since 2002 having previously been with the District Nursing team. She also runs the Coronary Heart Disease Clinic and Family Planning Clinic. She has contraception and sexual health appointments twice weekly.

Janet Tasker


Janet trained at Winchester and joined the practice in June 2003 having previously worked as Ward manager of the GP Unit at Andover Hospital. She has an interest in elderly care and also acts as a nurse at events such as The Farnborough Air show and Southampton Boat Show.

Healthcare Assistants

Audrey Bannerman

abannermanAudrey returned to nursing which she had previously done when living in South Africa. Her roles include:

  • Phlebotomy (Blood taking)
  • Blood Pressure checks
  • ECG monitoring
  • Well person, new patient and NHS health checks
  • Adult Vaccinations against influenza and pneumacoccal
  • Spirometry
  • Elder care clinic "WellCome clinic"
  • Dementia nuse
  • Learning disabilities nurse, working with a doctor
  • Summarising medical notes
  • Dressings, wound care and leg ulcer care
  • Well Woman nurse, working with a doctor
  • Minor Operations with a doctor
  • Joint injections with a doctor
Mrs Maggie Parnham (f)

Having previously worked with the district nursing team for 30 years,

Maggie joined us in November 2013.

  • Phlebotomy (blood testing)
  • Blood pressure checks
  • ECG monitoring
  • Well person, new patient and NHS health checks
  • Diabetic health checks
  • Spirometry
  • Ear syringing
  • Dressings, wound care, leg ulcer treatments
  • 'Flu, pneumococcal and B12, Prostap injections
  • Elder Care / "WellCome Clinic"
  • Ear syringing
  • Suture removal
Kerry Lillywhite

Before joining The Castle Practice in 2016, Kerry served 3 years as a Health Care Assistant in a community team.  During that time, she was involved in the leg ulcer clinic at Andover War Memorial Hospital - an interest she continues with her involvement in our WellCome Cafe on Wednesday mornings.

Kerry undertakes

  • PhlebotomyKerry
  • Blood Pressure Checks
  • ECG
  • Spirometry
  • Well Person, New Patient and NHS Health Checks
  • Pneumococcal, 'Flu  and B12 vaccinations for adults
  • Elder Care / WellCome Cafe
  • Dressings, Wound Care and Leg Ulcer treatments


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