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We will be recalling all our patients for their annual chronic disease review starting 1st April.  You may receive a text appointment or letter inviting you to attend.  We have arranged our clinic reviews so that, where possible, one review appointment will cover all the chronic diseases you may have.  Please attend this review even if you are seen regularly by the doctor or attend the hospital for this condition. 


Dr Peddie sadly left our practice at the end of February and all GPs and Staff send their good wishes for a happy move to her new practice.  If Dr Peddie was your assigned Named GP, you have now been re-allocated to one of the remaining GPs at the practice.  If any patient would like to know who their allocated doctor is, please ask a member of staff who will be able to provide this information.


 Although your allocated Doctor will have overall responsibility for your care, this does not prevent you from seeing any other available GP in the practice.


The practice is actively trying to recruit new GPs but in the interim will continue to employ locum GPs to provide appointments for patients.


New Pharmacist- from February we have a new pharmacist on site who will deal with any prescription queries.  They may also call you in for a medication review.

Our Health Care Assistant Sarah recently completed her Bolton Care Certificate, well done Sarah.  Here she is being presented with her award.

Nurses

Mrs Kathryn Arrowsmith

BSc (Hons) SPCHN, RN

Ms Samantha Wheatley

Practice nurses are qualified and registered nurses. They can help with health issues such as family planning, injections, travel vaccinations, immunisations,weight management smoking cessation, healthy living advice, blood pressure checks  Ecg, 24hr blood pressure monitoring and dressings. The practice nurses run clinics for long-term health conditions such as asthma or diabetes, minor ailment clinics and carry out cervical smears.

Health Practitioners

Mrs Louise McKead

Health Trainer

Healthcare Assistants

Mrs Sarah Watkins (f)
 
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