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Pharmacists

Marian Opoku-Fofie (f)

MPharm, IP

Marian is a Principal Clinical Pharmacist in General Practice and an Independent Prescriber. She qualified as a pharmacist in 1995 and worked previously at Hull Royal Infirmary, Castle Hill Hospital, Princess Royal Hospital and then worked as Cancer Network Lead Pharmacist. She has been working in General Practice since December 2016 and manages a team of practice pharmacists.

Marian runs a number of long term condition clinics and carries out clinical medication reviews.

Community Midwives

The midwives work both with our patients and those of our neighbouring practices. They work for the Women & Children’s Hospital, Hull caring for their ladies and for ladies, who wish to birth under the care of York hospital. They hold regular ante-natal, post-natal and booking clinics. They help to look after ladies, whilst they are pregnant and immediately after the birth of their baby, offering support and advice on an individual basis. They work closely with the health visitors and the Children’s Centres in Market Weighton and Pocklington.

Health Visitors

Dorothy Paul is a Health Visitor and she is based at the Market Weighton Children’s Centre. The health visitor works as one of a team of health visitors, supporting patients in the West Wold area. They can give advice and support on many common problems of families and young children. They can also prescribe medication for simple conditions, such as dry skin and constipation. They also carry out developmental assessments on children, deliver the Healthy Child Programme, and run Child Health Clinics at the Children’s Centre. Contact telephone numbers are 01759 448320, 01430 874090 and 07919 544645.

Health visitor assistants also work with the health visitors.  They may contact families or organise groups on behalf of the team.

Attached Staff

George Hinson (m)

George Hinson is also a community link worker. His role is the same as Eloise’s, to provide individual and personal support to adults in the East Riding who would like help with their social, emotional and practical needs. He works alongside the team to support you and signpost you to the relevant services in the community that will improve your wellbeing.

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