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September 2023

Hoping all our patients have enjoyed a lovely summer.

You may have noticed some staffing changes at the Practice and details of all clinical staff can be found via the staff link. Dr Cavanagh has now moved from the Practice and Dr Clements is now the GP Principal. Patients registered under Dr Cavanagh can contact the practice to request a new nominated doctor if they would prefer not to be reallocated automatically. 

May 2023: To improve your access to the surgery you can now send admin and NON URGENT clinical queries online (via the web or the NHS App). We aim to answer your query within 2 working days.
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2023 Diabetes event

April 2023- we welcome back Dr Houlton and welcome Dr Sambo who will be working with us until August 

December 2022 - we welcome our new doctor Dr Eltahir who will be with us until April 2023. 

September 2022 - we are looking to improve the service we offer to those who have served in the Armed Forces - here or abroad. Below is some information to help but please do let the surgery know if you are a veteran.

How to get the right healthcare from your GP - Veterans' Gateway (

September 2022 - it is with sadness that we say goodbye to Dr Mosaheb who has moved away from the area with his family.  We are happy to welcome Dr Nelson who will start next week. 

August 2022 - We are keen that all patients have every chance to express the wishes about their care. This month we are focusing on people being able to record the wishes they have for their care at the end of their life. Patients interested in doing this are encouraged to complete the form under the end of life care section, or to contact reception for a form.

July 2022 - all young people under 25 who are sexually active are advised to get tested for chlamydia every year or every time they change sexual partner. This is because chlamydia is very common, can have no obvious side effects and can affect future health and fertility. You can register for a free, confidential test here: Free Chlamydia and STI Test •  or you can call and ask the practice to arrange a self test for you. 

July 2022 - we have relaunched the Friends and Family feedback option so that patients can let us know about the experience of contacting/attaneding the practice. Please see the link above.

July 2022 - We are redesigning our website to make it more user-friendly.

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