Our practice nurses Clare Day, Suzanne Nail and Daisy Jones see patients for dressings, pill checks, cervical smears, family planning advice, immunisations (routine and travel) and other health matters such as Asthma Reviews.

Michelle Nicholls is our Nurse Associate and supports the registered nurses in their delivery of care and promoting health and preventing ill health.

Diana Jemmett and Sarah Stewart are our Health Care Assistants who undertake a variety of clinical tasks including taking blood samples, doing blood pressure checks, ear syringing, and giving flu jabs.

If you are not sure which member of the nursing team to see, please ask the receptionists and they will make sure that you are booked in with the right person.

Nurse Clare Day – Female

Practice Nurse

Clare joined Claremont Medical Centre in June 2014. She is an experienced Nurse with a broad skill set covering the full range of Practice Nursing. She undertook her training at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London and has worked in Community and General Hospitals as well as General Practice. Clare works on a Tuesday. She has a particular interest in Children’s Immunisations, Women’s Health and Family Planning/Sexual Health Services.

Nurse Suzanne Nail – Female

Practice Nurse

Suzanne joined Claremont Medical Centre in September 2020 Having trained to be a nurse rather later in life…. she graduated with a degree in nursing from Kingston University in 2014. She spent some time as a community Staff Nurse, but has been a Practice Nurse for the last five years, joining Claremont in September 2020. She loves all aspects of the job but particularly wound care!

Nurse Daisy Jones – Female

Practice Nurse

Daisy joined Claremont Medical Centre in January 2021. She qualified at Guys Hospital in 1991 and went straight into Medical Nursing. After 3 years at Guys as a Staff Nurse she became a Practice Nurse in SW London where she worked until having children in 2001. She has recently return to Practice Nursing. She loves all aspects of Practice Nursing, in particular getting to know families through all stages of life.

Nurse Michelle Nicholls – Female

Nurse Associate

Michelle joined Claremont Medical Centre in 2009. She started as a receptionist and quickly developed an interest in the clinical aspect of patient care and became a Health Care Assistant. This role inspired Michelle to further her knowledge, so she undertook a foundation degree in healthcare and is now a Nurse Associate enabling her to take on more responsibilities and support the nursing staff and GPs at the surgery. Michelle has a husband and two children; she also runs a Brownie unit in the area and is the County Residential Advisor. She enjoys learning, helping others, reading and socialising.

Mrs Diana Jemmett – Female

Healthcare Assistant

Diana joined Claremont Medical Centre in 2005 and originally worked as part of the front of house team. She undertook her training to become a phlebotomist in 2006 and has been taking bloods from patients ever since. In the last few years she has increased her clinical skill base and now performs ECGs, fits 24hr Blood Pressure Monitors, does NHS Health Checks, gives B12, flu and pneumococcal vaccinations, does Ear Syringing and facilitates the running of the diabetes clinics. Diana thoroughly enjoys patient interaction and finds it a far cry from her days trading the stock markets in the City!

Mrs Sarah Stewart – Female

Healthcare Assistant

After working in the computer industry for many years, Sarah decided on a career change when she returned to work after taking time off to raise her two daughters . She joined the Claremont team in 2012 as a receptionist and is now our Reception Manager. Realising she enjoyed the face to face interaction with patients, Sarah has since trained as a Phlebotomist and runs a blood clinic once a week. She enjoys spending time with her family and her rescue dog Dolly.