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Staff Vacancies

Nurse Practitioners

Nurses

They divide their time between Rosegarth and Siddal. You may make an appointment to see them without seeing the doctor first for general nursing advice/health checks, injections and vaccinations, dressings and stitch removal.
Sister Deborah Colledge (f)

Sister Deborah Colledge BSc,CaSH,RGN, Nurse Prescriber, Diploma – Asthma, COPD, CHD, CaSH, Diabetes 

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I am been a nurse within the NHS for 27 years and have worked in General Practice for 18 years. I have a Bachelor’s Degree and several University Diplomas in Asthma, COPD, Coronary Heart Disease, Contraception and Diabetes so I specialise in Chronic Diseases. I also a full Nurse Prescriber and I am also employed by the Calderdale Clinical Commissioning Group as Practice Nurse Associate and have a keen interest in Nurse Education and Development.

In my spare time I enjoy time with my 3 dogs and horses and follows my local football team.

Sister Hilary Hibbin (f)

SRN RSCN DN Cert DPSN - Part Time

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Hilary Hibbin - SRN, RSCN, DN Cert & DPSN

Hilary is a Practice Nurse having trained at the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children. Following many years as a District Nurse Hilary joined Rosegarth & Siddal as a Practice Nurse. She specialises in Wound Care, Palliative (end of life care) and general nursing duties.

Hilary is also a Lay Pastoral Minister in the Church of England. Hilary is a member of the Huddersfield Choral Society and has sung with them for many years. From a musical family singing is a big passion of hers. Hilary volunteers as a helper for the Huddersfield Choral Society Youth Choir.

When time allows Hilary enjoys walking, reading, swimming and spending time with her family.

 

Sister Sarah Murphy (f)

Part Time

Healthcare Assistants

Mrs Andrea Adams (f)
Mrs Vicky Daniel (f)

Part Time Health Care Assistant/ Trainee Student Nurse

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