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Waterhouses Medical Practice, Waterfall Lane, Waterhouses, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ST10 3HTTel: 01538 308207
MBBS, MRCGP, DFSRH
Dr Tiguti is our lead GP Principal working full-time.
Health Care Support Worker
Clinical Support Assistant
The practice nurse team is available for dressings, well-woman and contraception services and routine medical examinations, as well as monitoring problems such as diabetes, asthma etc. The nurses are also able to advise on and treat a range of minor medical problems and can provide telephone advice and discuss test results. Please ask for an appointment with the nurse instead of the doctor if you feel this is appropriate, and reception staff will suggest speaking to or seeing the nurse on suitable occasions.
Assistant Practice Manager
Our team of community nurses provide key services to our housebound patients in the community. They also have an important role in assessing and treating patients discharged from hospital after operations or serious illness. The community nurses are in daily contact with the doctors and other team members and often take the lead role in treating patients at home. We also involve a wider team, such as the Douglas McMillan nurses where appropriate.
Community Health Care Practitioner
Community Staff Nurse
A Community Psychiatric Nurse (CPN) and a Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) Counsellor both have weekly sessions at the Surgery and your Doctor may suggest referral to one of them. Please feel free to ask for a referral if you think it is appropriate and the Doctor has not suggested it.