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Sister Judith Oliver (f)


I started my nursing career in 1972, working as a Cadet Nurse at Bolton District General Hospital, completing my general nurse training there and qualifying in 1977. I then worked at Bolton Royal Infirmary and Bolton General Hospital. I did my midwifery training at Bolton School of Midwifery.

I began working as a Practice Nurse in 1989, originally working at Melbourne House on Stoneclough Road and here since 1991.

I have over 25 years service at Kearsley Medical Centre.

I provide most practice nurse duties eg chronic disease management, child and adult immunisations, travel clinics, womens health and cervical smear taking.

Sister Nicky Guhathakurta (f)



I qualified as a Registered General Nurse in 1994.  I have worked in Dermatology and spent 6 years working in acute medicine. I moved into the community setting working with the District Nurses Team and qualified as a Health Visitor in 2006 


I have an interest in teaching and qualified as a Community Practice Teacher in 2013.


I joined the team at Kearsley Medical Centre in Jan 2017 as a Practice Nurse.

Sister Nikki Worthington (f)

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I qualified in July 2014 as a registered general nurse.

I worked at the hospital as a staff nurse on a complex care ward which was busy and challenging.

In 2016 I worked for 3 years as a community staff nurse.

I then join Kearsley medical Centre in 2020 as a Practice nurse.

Healthcare Assistants

Mrs Sarah Watkins (f)
Sarah PicI have 15 years experience working in the NHS , from working on hospital wards and  A+E to working as a phlebotomist and then the last 5 years in a primary care GP setting. I love working in healthcare and meeting new people.  I am able to undertake many chronic disease annual reviews, as well as take bloods, perform ECG's, B12 injections, Flu Pneumo and Shingles Vaccines, Blood pressure monitoring, Health Checks, and Lifestyle Advice.  I also do home visits for our patients who are unable to attend surgery.

In my own time I love to travel and also have a great love of wild animals and i'm an avid book reader.

Sarah has worked for us previously as a phlebotomist but has since qualified as a Health Care Assistant. 

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