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Royal Primary Care has a diverse team of clinical and non clinical members all working to provide the best care we can. The Clinical Services are supported by our Management and Administration Teams.

Our Reception team provide face to face contact and handle the telephone calls. All of our reception staff are being trained as Care Navigators - this role is to get you to the person most able to help you with your problem.

The GP may well not be the most appropriate person for you to see.

We have Advanced Nurse Practitioners, Pharmacists, Mental Health Specialists, Physiotherapists, Practice Nurses and Health Care Assistants all with appointments available. Our entire team works closely with one another and the doctors are always available to support our team members in their decision making.

Specialist Nurses

Jon Boden

Lead Nurse for Mental Health               

Specialist Mental Health Practitioner at Royal Primary Care Clay Cross and Grassmoor.

 As a registered Mental Health Nurse with a First Class Degree in Nurse Management and Professional Practice, I have experience in Elderly, Acute, Forensic and Crisis Team nursing. Being a Non-Medical Prescriber I am able to diagnose and treat mental health conditions within a primary care setting.

 I have a special interest in Support Orientated and Cognitive based therapy to underpin correct treatment and signposting to the most appropriate care pathway.


Sister Lisa Callaghan

Matron - Head of Nursing Royal Primary Care

Sister Leanne Matusevics

Site Lead Nurse for Royal Primary Care Clay Cross and Grassmoor

I qualified as a Registered Nurse in 2009 at Sheffield University after undertaking Advanced Diploma in Nursing studies (2009) and Bachelor of medical science in Nursing (2010).

My first job from qualifying, was on the burns unit at Northern General Hospital. I looked after patients with acute burns who required complex wound management.

In 2014, I commenced my first employment in Primary care as a practice nurse. My role includes management of long term conditions, cytology, immunisation, travel health and health promotion.

I have special interest in the management of respiratory, travel health and immunisation. In 2018 I successfully completed qualification in mentorship and recently completed ARTP in spirometry.

My employment at Royal Primary Care commenced in April 2017, after a year of working here, I was  appointed as site lead nurse - Clay Cross.

I am committed to improving outcomes for our patients by ensuring that the nursing team deliver care according to the National professional standards.

Nicky Atkins
Gillian Benton
Jean Brooks
Caroline Goulding
Amy Hough
Denise Power
Practice nurses are qualified and registered nurses. They can help with health issues such as family planning, healthy living advice, blood pressure checks and dressings. The practice nurses run clinics for long-term health conditions such as asthma or diabetes, minor ailment clinics and carry out cervical smears.

Healthcare Assistants

Sue Green
Healthcare assistants support practice nurses with their daily work and carry out tasks such as phlebotomy (drawing blood), blood pressure measurement and new patient checks. They may act as a chaperone when a patient or doctor requests one.


Kay Ulivi (f)
Debbie Stirland (f)
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