All medical care at Queen Anne’s is supervised by our experienced nurse, Sister Susan Wallace, who runs the school’s well-equipped medical centre. Sister Wallace is available for consultation on a ‘drop-in’ basis at certain times of the day, and is on call 24 hours a day in case of emergency. Sister Wallace is assisted by Mrs Nikki Botterill, School Nurse.
Sister Wallace and Mrs Botterill are able to offer confidential advice and support on a wide range of medical matters, and keep a close eye on the general health of all pupils. Both are, of course, more than happy to speak to parents at any time, either over the telephone or in person, if concerns should arise.
The school also works closely with a local female GP, who holds twice weekly surgeries at school for girls who need to see a doctor. The school GP is a partner of a busy practice not far away, which offers a full range of services including blood tests and travel vaccinations. If the girls need to see a doctor outside of designated school surgery times, or require specialist tests or other treatment, then staff are always available to escort them to the surgery.
If girls or their parents have any queries regarding medical care at Queen Anne’s, or would like more information on the school’s policies on medication and allergies, please contact Sister Wallace.
Contact the Medical Centre
T: 0118 918 7399