|Mrs Christine Tozer|
I am proud to be a Lincolnshire Yellow-Belly! I was born and spent my childhood in the Grimsby area. I did my Nurse training at St. Mary’s Hospital, Paddington. After qualifying, I married and my husband and I lived in Surrey for 10 years, where our three children were born.We returned to Lincolnshire in 1988, and I have worked for the Coningsby Doctors since 1990. I am a qualified General Nurse, Midwife and Independent Nurse Prescriber, and I lead the team of Nurses in the Surgery, and since November 2007 I share the position of Practice Manager with my colleague Mrs Debbie Bent.
|Mrs Ruth Gribbon|
I am originally from Oldham in Greater Manchester. I joined the RAF in 1991, which eventually brought me to Lincolnshire in 1998.
After leaving the RAF, I did my nurse training with the University of Nottingham, and qualified in March 2004.
I am married with 2 children, and have worked at the Coningsby Surgery since October 2004.
|Mrs Shelley Nicholls (f)|
I was born and grew up in Lincolnshire. I qualified as a nurse in 1994, and have worked as a district nurse since 1999.
I joined the Practice in August 2016 as a Practice Nurse.
I live locally with my husband and 2 girls.
|Mrs Emma Parsons (f)|
I was born in Shewsbury but have grown up aroundLincolnshire with my Mum , Dad and 3 brothers. I studied to become a nurse at the University of Nottingham, where I was fortunate to experience lots of varied placements including the burns unit, stroke and emergency medical admissions. I qualified in 2014 and nursed on a surgical ward at Lincoln County Hospital. In 2016 I joined the New Coningsby Surgery. I live with my Husband, baby son and 2 cats.