Mr Elvinas Hunger (m)

MPharm (2015)

Elvinas finished his master's in pharmacy at Aston University in 2015 and finished his training year in Glastonbury in 2016. Since then, Elvinas worked as a Pharmacist in a community setting until 2021 when he decided to take on the role of Clinical Pharmacist within the Primary Care. Having trained in pharmaceutical practice and acquired master's in the subject, Elvinas is a point of contact for any pharmacy related queries. Currently, Elvinas is undertaking a clinical diploma pathway whilst working alongside GPs and Nurses where he offers regular medication reviews and medicines related support to our patients and wider clinical team. Upon completion of his pathway, having acquired more clinical training, Elvinas will be running various additional services including, but not limited to, patient facing structured medicine reviews,  patient facing long-term condition reviews, managing common ailments and supporting practice in optimising medicines supply according to NHS standard. 

Community Midwives

If you are currently pregnant, you may choose to be seen and cared for during your pregnancy by either the West Sussex Midwife Team or Surrey Midwife Team.

Routine, weekly, ante natal appointments for patients who choose the West Sussex Team will be held at Petworth Children and Family Centre, you can contact them on 01798 871199 to make all of your appointments.

If you wish to be seen by the Surrey Midwife team, you will need to contact them yourself, they are based at the Royal Surrey County Hospital on 01483 571122 ext 2714 or ext 2715 to book into their clinic. This clinic is currently being held at Cranleigh Community Hospital.

Community Nurses

The district nursing team provides skilled nursing care to those who require it in the community.

They are available to provide help and support for carers, the long term or terminally ill and will also provide help and advice on continence problems. The district nurses can be contacted by calling One Call on 01903 254789 .

Health Visitors

The Health Visitor service, provides a clinic and home visits to all families with children less than 5 years of age, both for the children and the family members. They are involved in antenatal care and child health development and currently run a postnatal group for all mothers. They can be contacted at Rose Wing, Horsham Hospital, Hurst Road, Horsham RH12 2DR or telephone: 01403 227000 ext 7507.

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