What is Parish Nursing?
A Parish Nurse is a community nurse who has more time and attention to give to people, offering health and spiritual care in the community. It is open to people of all faiths or none.
Who is the Parish Nurse?
Your Parish Nurse is Sue Hutton. Sue has been a registered nurse for over 30 years and she is a member of Hull Community Church.
“I have over 30 years of experience in nursing, much of my career spent as a practice nurse. I still work in a General Practice, and volunteer as a parish nurse. Parish nursing gives me the opportunity to offer whole person healthcare, allowing me to combine my profession with my faith. It allows me to carry out preventative healthcare together with spiritual care, enabling me to offer prayer alongside practical help and advice.
I can offer advice on a whole range of issues such as...
|Heart Disease||High Blood Pressure||Keeping active|
|Weight loss||Dietary advice||Alcohol|
|Smoking||Child vaccinations||Travel vaccinations|
|Screening checks||Mental wellbeing||Dementia|
|Information on tests||Information on procedures||Bereavement support|
I can offer time to pray, to listen, to care ...”
Email: [email protected]
(Hull Community Church Parish Nurse)