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Sister Kate Leadley (f)

RN Dip, B Med Sci, B Mus (Hons) Kate_Leadley.jpg

Having qualified in 1996 from Sheffield I worked as a staff nurse in the fields of gynaecology and intensive care. I joined the practice in 2003 and since this time have developed specialist skills in the fields of diabetes and sexual health. As a member of the practice nurse Team I take a joint responsibility for the management of chronic diseases.

I am married with two children and although I enjoy my family life I do manage to find the time to teach and play the clarinet and piano.

Sister Helen Camm (f)


I began nursing in Sheffield in 1983 and studied for an Orthopaedic qualification prior to completing my General nurse Training in 1985. After qualifying I worked at the Northern General Hospital on the Cardio-Thoracic Unit until early 1990.

To consolidate my earlier training I worked across all departments of the Orthopaedic Unit until leaving to further develop my career as a Community nurse in Walkley. In 2003 I moved into the field of practice Nursing and joined the practice in 2006.

My responsibilities at work include the management of chronic diseases, women's health, travel health, diabetes and promoting healthy eating and exercise. I have particular interest in the management of patients on Warfarin.

I have three sons who are all keen on football so am often seen out on a weekend on the touchline. I play netball for a team and love being outdoors particularly walking and camping. I enjoy socialising with my family and friends.

Sister Beverley Glynn (f)


I completed my nurse training in Bangor, North Wales in 1990. I initially specialised in intensive care nursing, working in Bangor and Norwich and in 2003 joined the MOD in Buckinghamshire as a practice nurse. In this post I was fortunate to complete training in a wide range of skills including a diploma in asthma care in 2004. In 2006 I, along with my family relocated to South Yorkshire and I was fortunate to secure a post with the practice.

I have a particular interest in respiratory disease, health promotion, well being and travel health, and the latter probably due to years of sending our troops to exotic destinations.

I am married with two children fast approaching their teens and more recently we added a retired greyhound to the family. I enjoy cooking for family and friends, gardening, reading and hill walking.

Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.
Pam Newbould (f)
Joanne Smith (f)
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