Queenswood Medical Practice Nursing Team

Danuta MacSherry

Danuta is our Heath Care Assistant. She can do Dressings, B12 Injections, Flu Vaccinations, Smoking Cessation and Diabetic Foot Checks.



Louise Prothero

Completed general training in 1986 at Oldchurch Hospital in Essex. Spent time working in Coronary Care and General surgery. Have been a Practice Nurse for 22 years. Interests are mainly treatment room based particularly ear care and wound care. She can do Dressings, Asthma reviews, Coil Removal, Contraceptives e.g. Pill and Depo, Childhood immunisations, Postnatal checks, Smears, Whooping Cough injections, Travel Vaccinations.


Charlotte MacCarthy Advanced Nurse Practitioner BScHons PgCert

Charlotte has worked in general practice since 1997 and practiced as an ANP since 2004. She has experience in managing patients with acute illness and chronic disease. She is also a prescriber . As well as her general practice experience she has also been a senior lecturer at London Southbank University working as part of the Advanced Clinical Practice team.


Sofia Haji Practice Nurse

Completed training as a paediatric nurse in 2013 and has worked in general paediatrics as well as oncology. Practice Nurse training was  completed in 2020 at Queenswood Medical Practice.
Sofia is trained to do asthma and diabetes reviews, childhood immunisations, therapeutic injections, smears, Contraceptive pill review, coil removal, dressings and wound care. 

Feimata Vandy Practice Nurse

Julie Rose-Wood Nurse Associate 

Julie studied at Middlesex University for two years and had placements across boundaries at Whittington and St Pancras hospital wards, care homes, early intervention and hospice.
She enjoys all aspects of nursing especially mental health, learning disability and diabetes.
Julie started her journey at a GP practice in Islington and still does occasional shift there at the weekends for their federation.

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