Nurse Practitioners

Sue Belton (f)

Nurse Manager

Sue joined the health centre in 2013 after managing a busy walk in centre for a number of years.

Sue is a non medical prescriber and has worked as both a practice nurse and an autonomous nurse practitioner.

She is responsible for the development and management of the nursing services within the practice

Jakki Moon (f)

Jakki joined the practice in 2015 and is an advanced nurse practitioner with a non medical prescribing qualification. 

She  spends the majority of her time seeing patients with urgent same day needs.

Sarah Poole (f)

Sarah joined the team in September 2010, to take up the post as Triage Nurse. In her role Sarah mainly sees same day emergency patients. Prior to working at Cripps Sarah spent several years in the Emergency Department and at Stapleford Walk-in Centre. Sarah has a non-medical prescribing qualification.

Outside of work Sarah enjoys playing netball.  

Caroline Pates (f)

Caroline joined the practice in 2018 as a nurse practitioner. She has a non-medical prescribing qualification and has worked in various urgent care settings. 

Amy-Louise Hart (f)

Specialist Nurses

Stuart Keeling (m)

Stuart qualified as a Mental Health Nurse in 2009 and has worked at the practice as a Mental Health Nurse Practitioner since 2019. In 2022 he became a Queens Nurse, one of only 2000 title holders across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Stuart sees all emergency / urgent same day mental health presentations across the week that cannot wait for the next available routine GP appointment.

Before joining the practice Stuart worked in an extensive range of specialist frontline community teams as a Mental Health Nurse Practitioner delivering urgent mental health assessments. This included six years on the police Street Triage Team and also vast experience within adult crisis teams, CAMHS crisis and liaison team, three acute hospital liaison teams, and he was an Specialist Advisor to the CQC for five years. During this time Stuart completed his Masters at the University of Nottingham who he also worked for twice in locum roles. Stuart was also an associate Lecturer at the University of Derby.


Annmarie Swallow (f)


Annmarie joined the practice in September 2008. Prior to this she has worked as a Nurse Advisor at the local Walk-in Centre and in the Adult Emergency Department. Her special interests are diabetes and wound care.

Carmel McCarthy (f)

Carmel joined the practice in 2016 and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in sexual health and family planning to the practice. She is a member of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare and holds a diploma qualification in Sexual Health. Carmel is qualified to both fit and remove contraceptive implants. 

Danielle Siberry (f)

Danielle completed her nurse training in Glasgow in 2010 and joined Cripps in 2020 after working 10 years in Orthopaedics In Nottingham. This experience has allowed her to bring her surgical wound care knowledge to the practice.  She has a special interest in complex wound management and works closely with the tissue viability teams.  She also enjoys contraception, travel health and cytology.  She is currently training to insert/remove contraceptive implants.   Outside of work Danielle helps to run a cubs group and enjoys live music.

Emma Kirton (f)
Kathy Rosenberg (f)

Kathy is an experienced practice nurse who works with us during term time. She performs the full range of practice nurse duties, including cytology, contraceptive services and travel health

Melissa Shillito (f)

Melissa joined the practice in August 2016 having previously worked as an emergency nurse practitioner in a hospital. Melissa has spent most of her career in the emergency department and brings with her very useful triage skills. Melissa has developed her knowledge base by undertaking a number of courses. Here at the practice Melissa will perform the full range of practice nurse duties including travel health, cytology and contraceptive services. 

Sharon Clarke (f)


Sharon joined the health centre in 2006 as a part time Practice Nurse. She qualified as a Registered General Nurse in 1991 and as a Paediatric Nurse in 1997. Prior experience involves nursing surgical and burns patients both adult and children.

Sharon has completed modules in Asthma Management and Contraction and Sexual Health.  She also holds the ARTB/BTS full certificate in performing and Interpreting spirometry.

Special interests include, asthma, travel and cervical screening

Health Practitioners

Amy Smith

Amy is an Occupational Therapist whose role aims to provide brief and time-limited interventions to individuals with any health condition that is limiting their ability to engage full in the occupations that are meaningful to them. 

Annabel Ogilvie

Our Social Prescribers offer patients support with issues impacting their health and wellbeing that are non-clinical. This might be managing feelings of isolation, introductions to local groups and activities, how to access talking therapies and barriers to employability among many other things.

We can regularly meet you and spend time listening to you, making recommendations to services and providing strategies to build your confidence in making a positive change to your life. Annabel has had over 25 years’ experience of community development – often supporting people with complex needs; those with multiple social issues and / or chronic health conditions. She moved to Nottingham to study at university so has lived experience of the challenges of being an Under and Post-Graduate. Her specialisms are supporting those with mental health issues, lacking confidence and self-identity, relationship and trust issues, belonging to the LGBTQIA+ community and transgender patients.

Darren Evans (m)
Laura Slinger (f)
Sally Cuthbert (f)

I am an Occupational Therapist specialising in mental health. I am passionate about activity and believe that a combination of rest, productivity, self-care and social connection is key to well-being. I work with people holistically and spend time understanding a whole person including their values and goals. It might be that a person is struggling with a task or activity that previously they could do, but due to their mental health they are now struggling. I work with that person to help them re-build their confidence and suggest ways to adapt an activity (or the environment) to help them do what’s important to them.


I am also a trained mindfulness teacher. I spend time promoting and teaching the benefits of relaxation and soothing activities. This ensures a healthy and regulated nervous system which helps reduce anxiety and stress.

Healthcare Assistants

Jane Nice (f)
Jane joined the practice in 2004. She is a trained Phlebotomist who is proficient in taking blood, performing and recording blood pressures and performing ECGs (heart trace). Jane also runs sexual health screening clinics.

Francis Goodwin (f)
Tracey Williams (f)
Victoria Thornhill-Smith


Becca Hollingsworth
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