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NEW INVESTMENT AT OUR PRACTICE

PATIENT PRACTICE DEVELOPMENT 

We are delighted to announce that following an extensive effort by the practice over the last few years we have finally been granted approval by NHS England for a Practice extension. 

From NHS England's Primary Care Infrastructure Fund, we have been given a grant for two thirds of the cost of this project - 279142.00.  The remainder of the cost is being met by the practice.  We are aiming to complete this project by August 2017.

We appreciate that you as patients have been very supportive of the practice over the years - modernisation and extension is long overdue.

This will enable us to update and modernise the practice for you.  We will also be able to provide you with better access, more appointments and additional services.

THE ESTATE AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFORMATION FUND IS DESIGNED TO IMPROVE GP PREMISES AND TECHNLOGY TO GIVE PATIENTS A BETTER SERVICE.

Clinics & Services

  • vaccinationFamily Planning / Postnatal check /Antenatal 
  • Dietitian 
  • Health Promotion / Well Person by appointment with nurse 
  • Weight Management Clinic
  • Childhood Immunisation
  • Smoking, Alcohol & drug advice
  • Baby clinics 
  • Phlebotomy
  • Chronic Disease Monitoring - Asthma, Diabetes, CHD, COPD, Frail elderly Assessment, Mental Health, Epilepsy, Learning Disability and Hypertension.

Health Promotion

Everyone between 16-74 years of age is requested to see their doctor at least once in 3 years and over 75 years annually.

Every female between 25-64 years is required to have a cervical smear every 3 years.

We strongly encourage full immunisation of all children in the Practice.

If you keep active, watch your weight, take care of your diet, don’t smoke and drink in moderation, you may not need to see a doctor at all.

 

 
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