Primary Care Network: Meet The Team
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PCN Project Manager
My name is Sian Webb, I’ve been based at St Stephens Health Centre since 2019 and I am now working in a dual role as Site Manager and PCN Project Manager.
I’ve always been passionate in leading teams to provide an outstanding service for patients with complex health needs. I have worked for the NHS for over a decade and been lucky enough to have worked at Great Ormond Street Hospital, Macmillan, Marie Curie and Pilgrims Hospice before joining Ashford Medical Partnership. Working alongside Dr Naky, we have a very clear vision for our Primary Care Network and you will be able to see this in our PCN Strategy Plans.
When I’m not at work I love spending time with my family or walking my two rescue dogs Maggie and Piper.
My name is Ibrahim Shodunke, my preferred name is Robert. I am the Lead Clinical pharmacist for the Primary Care Network (PCN) at Ashford Medical Partnership. Experienced Clinician with Non-Medical Prescriber (NMP) Qualification.
I play a key role in supporting delivery of the Directed Enhanced Service (DES) specifications within the PCN and this includes working with my team at Medicine Management Team (MMT) to improve the overall patient clinical experience at all our three sites.
I provide leadership on patient-centered medicines optimization through structured medication review, quality improvement, high-risk drugs monitoring, medication safety clinical audit and support a wider team of clinicians with evidence-based guidance and medicine information.
As part of the Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) in our Primary Care Network (PCN), I engage in clinical assessment and management of patients with long-term conditions using expert knowledge of medicines to reduce avoidable A&E attendances, hospital admissions and improve the quality of life of our patients.
Robert Shodunke, MRPharmS,IP
My name is Joanne Padmore and I am the PCN Pharmacy Technician for Ashford Medical Partnership. I am Registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council of Great Britain, and have been qualified and practising as an Accuracy Checking Technician (ACT) since 2009. I Joined Ashford Medical Partnership (AMP) PCN in November 2020 and am committed with professional focus on implementing the NHS DES Contract in all Medicine safety and Quality improvement approach for the patients and clinicians in general. My role is constantly evolving and I am constantly excited by the continual learning / training opportunities.
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Health and Wellbeing Coach
Hello. My name is Sara Tong. I currently work at AMP as a Healthcare Assistant / Phlebotomist – I joined the Partnership in Oct 2020. I have worked in Healthcare – in varying roles including Community, Immigration, Childrens Homes and a Private Hospital, for about 14 years. I am really pleased to have taken on the role of Health and Wellbeing Coach, along with Jess Mullaly. It will be interesting to combine the two roles HCA (patient facing) and the office based HWBC.
I am interested in Health and Wellbeing because throughout my time working in healthcare, I have spoken to many patients who would like direction, whether that be with weight management, diabetes, bereavement or similar, but feel that they are passed from pillar to post and never actually achieve a satisfying outcome. I have experienced issues within my life that would have been made a whole lot easier if I had just had someone to talk to ……or in fact someone to listen to me. But when your head is in turmoil you really don’t see the wood for the trees. A tablet doesn’t always solve a problem – it’s not a quick fix. Health and wellbeing issues can run a lot deeper than this; they are like a vicious circle. Taking the time to do the training that is available – and there are masses – will give me the ability to be able to liaise with colleagues and patients alike. In turn I hope that this will provide worthwhile, valuable advice to anyone who requests our help.
My name is Jessica Mullaly and I am one of the Health and Wellbeing Coaches for Ashford Medical Partnership. I have worked in the NHS for 6 years, since leaving school at the age of 16, and am a firm believer that there is more to improving health than just a prescription or a referral. I have an admin background but currently in training for this role and becoming a fitness coach outside of work. My passion is helping people and I am also all about creating a better lifestyle for people whether that be mentally or physically. Since working in General Practice I have loved the rewarding feeling of being able to support patients and I am so delighted to restart doing just that.