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 Patient Group Report

Our 2014/15 report is now available - please follow the link under the Upload Survey report

Welcome to our new staff

Our new nurse practitioner Beverley Jobson-Cale has now started clinics in our Acute Same day service.

Sara Phelps has joined us as Team Leader

Amy Milnes is our new receptionist

In early April our new Healthcare Assistant will start work with our Nurse team.

Sadly we have said goodbye to Nurse Angela who has been a big part of our clinical team and has taken early retirement. We wish her well as she moves onto a new chapter in her life.

 Appointments

A small number of online appointments are availabe to book. We are planning to make improvements to our online offering in the next few months.

We continue to have a very high number of patients who fail to attend appointments they have made each day so please do remember to cancel so they can be offered to other patients who may really need them . You can cancel your appointments online. 
 

 Online Access to records

We now offer patients access to their records. We will have further information about this on our website shortly. Please note you will need to provide photographic ID to get the required log on. Please ask reception for more information.

Local Activities & Support

Are you are looking for:

  • a new interest;

  • some help at home; or

  • a social activity to take part in?

The council maintain a database of activities available in our area. They range from  community activities to adult education, from coffee mornings to befriending services or from advice groups to volunteering opportunities, to name just a few. The is probably much more happening in our area than you thought.

The groups and organisations listed vary greatly in size, activities and aims. They can vary from groups open to anyone, to those concentrating on particular interests or disabilities.They can also vary from being very active to offering advice and support from a distance.

Whilst these differences make for a very wide ranging list of activities and services, they do all have one thing in common. That is, their ability to help maintain and improve people’s health (both physical and mental) and wellbeing.Thus contributing to enhancing independence, promoting social activity and preventing loneliness.

To start searching click here.



 
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