PCNs are set-up to operate with competent leadership & an accountable workforce where each person understands their role & responsibilities. In the coming months, Cygnet PCN will be recruiting multi-disciplinary team to help us manage, coordinate and deliver relevant services to patients.
Dr Jon Martin.
MB ChB(Leeds 2004) MRCGP
Dr Martin is a General Practitioner at the Snaith & Rawcliffe Medical Group.
His special interests are mental health, pain management and hypertension.
The surgery attained the Team Excellence Award from the Hull York Medical School.
Barnaby took up the position as manager of Cygnet Primary Care Network in February 2020.
He has over six years experience as a GP Practice Manager and prior to that was involved in retail management.
His spare time interests include foreign travel and he is a great supporter of local produce.
Gary is one of our clinical pharmacists and received his MPharm from the University of Bradford in 2013. He spent the following years working in community pharmacy until he moved into primary care in 2018.
He qualified as a prescriber in 2020 at Sheffield Hallam University and is now undertaking a further MSc in advanced clinical practice at the University of York.
His main focuses are improving prescribing quality, medicines optimisation, managing long term health conditions and minor illness management.
Nicola is a Clinical Pharmacy Technician working over all five practices in Cygnet PCN. Her extensive experience in the field includes fourteen years work in community pharmacy.
Prior to joining the PCN, Nicola spent three years working closely with numerous residential and nursing homes in York and the surrounding area. This included the provision of training , medication and support to residents and the care home teams
She is passionate about providing excellent quality care to the most vulnerable members of our society.
Gemma has joined Cygnet PCN as a Social Prescriber. She is a member of the NALW (National Association of Link Workers).
Social prescribing is designed to support people with a wide range of social, emotional or practical needs.
Many schemes are focused on improving mental health and physical well-being. Those who could benefit from social prescribing schemes include people with mild or long-term mental health problems, vulnerable groups, people who are socially isolated, and those who frequently attend either primary or secondary health care.
Gemma is currently enrolled on a financial welfare course. This will enable her to provide an even wider range of support to her clients.
Sam has joined Cygnet Primary Care Network as a paramedic working across all five of our practices.
He qualified with a BSc in Paramedic Practice at Teesside University and went on to gain three years experience with Yorkshire Ambulance Service in Urgent & Emergency Care. He is passionate about patient-centred care and making every patient contact count.
In his spare time, he participates in motor sport and plays musical instruments - including guitar and piano. He also enjoys travelling and experiencing new cultures.
Isma has joined Cygnet PCN as a paramedic
She has a degree in biomedical science and is a qualified paramedic - with two and a half years experience working for Yorkshire Ambulance Service (YAS).
Whilst focusing generally on the clinical needs of care home patients, Isma will work to support priority patient care across all of the Cygnet practices.
Her hobbies and interests include socialising, travelling and keeping fit.
Details coming soon.
Details coming soon.
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