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PLEASE NOTE, IF YOU HAVE AN URGENT NEED TO SEE A GP YOU CAN NOW BE OFFERED A FACE TO FACE APPOINTMENT WITH A GP. WE ARE STILL OFFERING TELEPHONE APPOINTMENTS FOR THE MORE GENERAL HEALTH PROBLEMS AS THEY ARE IDEALLY SUITED TO A PHONE CALL AND WILL SAVE YOU COMING INTO THE SURGERY.  IF YOU NEED TO BE SEEN HOWEVER, IT IS SAFE TO COME INTO THE SURGERY, ASSUMING YOU DO NOT CURRENTLY HAVE ANY COVID SYMPTOMS OF A PERSISTENT DRY COUGH OR A HIGH TEMPERATURE.  OUR SURGERY REMAINS A "COLD HUB" AND WE ARE NOT SEEING ANYONE HERE WITH COVID SYMPTOMS SO PLEASE DO NOT DELAY TREATMENT FOR ANY URGENT MEDICAL NEEDS. 

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Pharmacists

Ms Gerri Douglas - Pharmacist (f)

Community Midwives

Community Midwives. can be contacted through Maternity Reception at the QEII Hospital on 01707 365159

Community Nurses

District Nurses will provide nursing treatment in patient's homes at the request of your dcotor. The Nurses can be contacted through the Centre (01707 294354) or through the Nursing Office [(01707 264577)].

Health Visitors

Health visitors offer help and advice on child care and other family problems.

Counsellors

Mrs Angela Smith - Social Prescriber (f)
Mrs Louise Casey - Social Prescriber (f)
 
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