Celia Crowe – Registered Nurse
RN Celia Crowe completed her Registered Nurse training in 1982 at The Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Adelaide. Having commenced her training there, when it was known as the Adelaide Children’s Hospital, Celia remained working with sick children and their families for nearly 30 years.
The last 15 years were spent working with sick neonates under 12 months of age and she even managed to care for a former patient’s newborn, having nursed the mother as a toddler.
Her first foray into General Practice was in 2006, when Celia began working at Bayside as the full time Practice Nurse. She enjoys the diversity of this role and continues to be presented with new challenges each day.
Celia is a keen supporter of the Adelaide Crows, but despite her surname, she does not receive any royalties or privileges from the football club! She is happy to analyse the weekend performances of the AFL teams or the Australian cricket team with patients, but does not profess to be an expert on either sport.
Beth – Registered Nurse
Krissi – Registered Nurse
Krissi is a Chronic Disease nurse and prepares health care plans for our doctors.
Kathryn – Registered Nurse
Kathryn visits Bayside patients aged 75 years and over, in their home by appointment to do Home Health Assessments at the request of their doctor.
The assessment can help identify risk factors that may require further health management. In addition to assessing someone’s health status, the home health assessment is used to identify a broad range of factors which may influence someone’s health and/or quality of life.
A health assessment does not mean there is a problem, it simply helps ensure that older patients maintain a good level of health, and potentially helps prevent any further illness. It takes approximately 60-90 minutes and is bulk billed.
For more information on health assessments, please ask your doctor.