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Dear Patients due to having a clinician off sick for 4 weeks our May appointments rota has be delayed due to the uncertainty of their return. I am pleased to inform you that our May rota will be available form today and we apologies for any inconvenience caused.  I would also like to make you aware the Dr Egbe will be away from the 15th May until 4th June

Macmillan Coffee Morning - A big thank you to all who participated in the Macmillan Coffee Morning we managed to raise a grand total of £393.50. Well done!

Community Midwives

The community midwife is responsible for antenatal and early postnatal care. She organises parentcraft classes and home visits and has a weekly antenatal clinic where she works in close co-operation with the doctors and the local maternity unit. She is available for advice in all aspects of maternity care and you may contact her through the surgery.

Community Nurses

The nursing team provide care to patients in their homes and give practical advice or assistance to patients, relatives and carers in coping with illness at home.

They can be contacted at the surgery.

Health Visitors

The health visitors visit families with young children at home to discuss all aspects of child care, especially in the first few weeks of the baby's life and are also available in the clinic sessions at the surgery.

The health visitors can be seen at the Child Health Clinics on Wednesdays, 14:00 – 15:15 (no appointment necessary).

It is the practice policy to register all children under the age of five for child health surveillance.

 
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