Acute Clinics with the Advanced Nurse Practitioner – Sue

Qualifications – Ms.BSc(Hons), RGN OND,

Family Planning Trained, Diabetic, COPD & Asthma Diploma, Independant Prescriber.

After qualifying in 1976 at Wolverhampton Hospitals I then began my nursing on a medical ward at New Cross Hospital and then went on to become a theatre sister within the same hospital for 15 years. 

I then went on to work within primary care in 1987. During this time of my career I worked within the Urgent Care Centre as a Advanced Nurse Practitioner but my main role for the last 20 years has been an Advanced Nurse Practitioner for Dr Kaul.

Over the last few months the surgery has commenced Acute Clinics by where I see, diagnose and can refer for diagnostic testing and treat all patients unless i feel they need to see a GP for which I will then either book or liase with a GP.



As of Monday 21st December 2020 our practice is pleased to be able to start offering

Covid-19 Vaccinations to our patients.


Dr Kaul & Partners patients will attend the appointed vaccination hub located at;-


Bloxwich Active Living Centre

High Street




Given the enormity of this task the practice and its staff will be working where

possible up to 7 days a week from 08:00 to 20:00 to ensure all eligible patients for the
vaccine are contacted and booked into the hub to receive their vaccine.
Patients over the age of 80 will be amongst the first group of patients to receive
the vaccine along with healthcare workers.

All patients will require 2 courses of the vaccine.

Once you have attended for your 1st dose of the vaccine you will be booked in for your 2nd
dose before you leave the hub this can be between 3 and 12 weeks after the 1st dose. It is
essential that each patient has 2 courses of the vaccine to increase immunity against the virus.
As you may have seen in the news the Pfizer vaccine which is the
one we currently have licensed is extremely fragile and can only be transported
in sub-zero temperatures. The vaccine has to be defrosted
at the hub and then drawn up and used within matter of days.

The hub will have to then

administer 975 vaccines per week to ensure there is no wastage.
We urge patients to keep their appointments once booked.
Many thanks