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Nurse Practitioners

Dani Dockray

Minor Illness Nurse

Dani graduated as an Adult Nurse from the UEA in 2008 and then gained her qualification as a Nurse Prescriber in 2017, this allows her to prescribe limited items on prescription within her job role at the surgery.  She joined the team at Theatre Royal Surgery in December 2019 after working across a variety of community and acute settings.  She has previously worked at the Walk-in Centre on Rouen Road and the Urgent Care Centre at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.  


Catherine Crosland

Lead Practice Nurse 

Cath Crosland has worked at the surgery since 2004.  She is our Lead Nurse and Infection Control Lead.  She is also one of the surgery's dementia champions alongside Jen Randall.  She has a particular interest in diabetes and in contraception.

Linda Whiteley

Practice Nurse

Linda completed her training and qualified as an RGN in 1985, she then went on to work in various acute hospitals as a Staff Nurse.  After having a break from nursing whilst her children were young, she completed the 'Return to Practice' course in 2006 and then went on to be appointed a full time practice nurse at Theatre Royal Surgery having completed her nursing exams whilst working for us as a phlebotomist.

Becky Greedy

Practice Nurse

Becky qualified as an Adult Nurse in 2005 and then went on to work many years in the Day Procedure Unit at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.  From there Becky spent some time working in Cosmetic and Bariatric Surgery and Medical Aesthetics and became a Nurse Prescriber in 2016.  Becky joined Theatre Royal Surgery in June 2019 and has been building up her skills relevant to her Practice Nurse role and has proved a great asset to the team.

Healthcare Assistants

Kimberley Catchpole

Healthcare Assistant 

Kimberley first started working for Theatre Royal Surgery in 2011 as a Receptionist and in 2013 she qualified as a Phlebotomist and worked with both the admin and nursing teams. After a five year break to pursue a different career, she rejoined the practice in 2020 as a full time Health Care Assistant.
She is married, has a young daughter and is thrilled to be working for TRS once again.
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