Susan Iliopoulos RGN is a Specialist Nurse Practitioner in General Practice Nursing having trained at the Royal East Sussex Hospital. She also holds a diploma in community practice nursing as well as obtaining a diploma in diabetes from Warwick University and a diploma in anticoagulation management at Birmingham University. Sue runs the anticoagulation clinics.
Velma Conboy RGN trained at University College Hospital and Middlesex Hospital. Since qualifying in 1992, she has gained experienced in general medicine and surgery. Velma undertakes family planning clinics with Dr Nikky Evans and also runs a young persons clinic at Trenchwood Medical Centre. Velma also undertakes general nursing duties at the practice as well as baby immunisations and travel health.
Amanda Mawdsley RGN holds diplomas in asthma management and care of respiratory patients. Amanda runs respiratory clinics as well as general nursing clinics at Trenchwood Medical Centre. She has training in family planning including implant insertion and removal, and is a nurse prescriber. Amanda's specialist clinical interests are in sexual health and young people.
Susan Sayell RGN trained at Brighton University to Adult Diploma Level and holds a BSc Hons from Christ Church Canterbury University in Specialist Practitioner - District Nursing and Community Practitioner Nurse Prescriber.
Jessica trained at University of Brighton at Pembury Hospital and qualified in 2003. After qualifying she worked with the community nursing team for six years and has experience in wound care and general nursing, Jessica also covers for Nurse Sue's anticoagulation clinics. She joined HTMG in 2010.
Georgie RGN trained at St Bartholomews Hospital, London and qualified in 1993. She worked in the community as a district nurse for 16 years and has a specialist district nursing degree from Brighton University. Georgie joined the nursing team at HTMG in 2014 and runs general nursing clinics.