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Nurse Practitioners

Nurse Sheba Kanaber

'I have 19 years of clinical experience working in hospitals and General Practice.

I trained in Nursing (RGN) at St George's & Roehampton College of Health Studies and obtained a BSc (Hons) at Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College.  I passed my Nurse Prescribing qualification at Buckinghamshire New University and hold an International Therapy Examination in Diet and Nutrition.

I have worked at the Temple Fortune Clinic (PHGH Doctors) since 2004.

I love to travel to different parts of the world, seeing different cultures, experiencing different foods and meeting new people.'


Nurse Natsha Biddy

My Name is Natasha Biddy. I am a trainee practice nurse. I commenced my training with PHGH Doctors at the end of January. The training programme is a yearlong and I have the pleasure of being mentored by Nurse Sheba. I have many skills to learn within the year but I have the support from every one of the PHGH team. At present I can see patients who need dietary advice for raised cholesterol, diabetes advice, BP checks and patients who need swabs. The majority of my clinics are open for New Patient Medicals which gives me the opportunity to meet new patients. As the year progresses so will my competencies enabling me to see and support patients with a verity of medical matters. I am enjoying my time here so far and look forward to getting to know our patients better.



I qualified as a Phlebotomist in 2010 and have been performing blood tests here at the surgery ever since. I started working with PHGH Doctors in 2004. Starting as a receptionist I then went on to become senior receptionist and did this alongside blood taking. I have seen many changes along the way.

In January 2017 the opportunity came up to become a phlebotomist and Health Care assistant full time. As I love to learn new skills I enjoy this role very much. I am currently able to see patients for Blood tests, New Patient Medicals, Urine Dip tests, Blood Pressure and Stop smoking appointments.

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