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Johnathan Campton

Jeanette Lewis

RGN (Derby 1994) BMedSci  (Sheffield 2000)

Works 4 days per week at Clay Cross and Grassmoor

I undertook my Registered  General Nurse training in Derby and Qualified in 1994, I then worked in Gynaecology for a couple of years after qualifying in the now Royal Derby Hospital. 

During a break from nursing I did a BSc Botany & Zoology, at the University of Sheffield, but continued to nurse part time throughout.

I started at RPC Clay Cross as a Practice Nurse in 2000, gaining a wide variety of experience in Primary Health Care, and gaining Specialist Practitioner status on the Nursing & Midwifery Councils register with the attainment of a B.Med.Sci Specialist Community Nursing & Health Care Practice Degree, again at the University of Sheffield.

 I have been a Non – Medical Prescriber since 2011 and am on the ARTP / BTS register for those certified in performance and interpretation of Spirometry.

I am currently undertaking a Masters Degree in Advanced Clinical Practice at Sheffield Hallam University, and have special interests in Chronic Disease Management (Respiratory and Diabetes), Dermatology, Minor Illness’s and of course Women’s Health.

Jason Cameron

Works 4 days per week

Qualified August 1994 after completing my training at Chesterfield and North Derbyshire School of nursing. ( CNDSN)


On completing my training my first post was as a staff nurse in accident and emergency at Queens Medical Centre Nottingham (QMC) where I undertook the University of Nottingham trauma course . I subsequently worked on ICU at QMC and was the transplant co-ordinator for the unit.


I worked at the Stapleford Walk in Centre / Lift site as senior nurse to set up and manage a new service. In this post I was also the named nurse for child protection.
I then under took a role setting up a Walk in centre in Kirkby in Ashfield, again working as the named nurse for child protection . Then transferring and setting up this service at Kingsmill Hospital as Primary Care 24 (PC24) an integrated Primary Care Centre within the Accident and Emergency, undertaking training with the Safeguarding leadership Academy and working as the named nurse for child protection.


I then took a post as a nurse practitioner with Derbyshire health United predominantly working on the pilot for the streaming /primary care service at CNDRH as well as covering multiple sites across north Derbyshire, before joining what was Blue Dykes Surgery in 2014 as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner with special interest in muscular skeletal and trauma , currently safeguarding lead for both adults and children across the two sites.

Mary Evans

BSc (hons) Adult Nursing (University of Lincoln, 2010) MSc Primary and Community Nursing (Sheffield Hallam, 2016)

Works 4 days per week

I qualified as a Registered Nurse in 2010, with the University of Lincoln. My first qualified Staff Nurse post was on a busy Intensive Care Unit.

I then moved in Community Nursing in 2011, gaining the post of District Nursing Sister in 2015 following the successful completion of PGDip Community Specialist Practitioner and Nurse Prescriber.

I decided to move into Primary Care for a new challenge in 2016 after I completed my Master’s degree, and have been with Royal Primary Care Clay Cross since. During this time I have had the opportunity to complete the Independent Nurse Prescribing Qualification and Advanced Physical Assessment and Consultation Skills modules, which have enhanced me clinically. I am currently the Palliative Care Lead for the surgery; this is an area I feel very passionately about.

My interests include pain management, chronic diseases, acute medicine and palliative care. I do not currently see children under the age of 12.

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