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Closures for Training

On the following dates the surgery will closed for training from 1.30pm and reopen the following day:

18 July 2019     *     18 Septmber 2019     *     17 October 2019     *     20 November 2019     *     23 January 2020     *     19 February 2020     *     19 March 2020


Should you require medical attention while the surgery is closed please call NHS 111

Important information for users of Emerade (adrenaline autoinjector)

The makers of Emerade have advised there is a risk of needle blockage leading to Emerade failing to deliver a dose of adrenaline.

The risk is low, 2.3 in every thousand pens, however patients are advised carry two in-date pens with them at all times.

The product is not being recalled.   Published: 16 July 2019

Practice Newsletter Archive

Please download our latest Information & Newsletter:


Issue 40 Containing information about the future of GP services.

Issue 43 Online Pharmacy Services, Public Consultation regards Out of Hours Services in MK, registering as a Carer

Issue 44 Dr Goyal secondment to Neath Hill. Dr changes. Minor Illness Nurse. What can £136 buy?

Issue 45 Changes to requesting urgent prescriptions, sick notes etc.

Issue 46 How does General Pracitce work. How is it funded?  Why is General Pracitce in crisis?

Issue 47 Christmas Opening.  Patient Survey Results.  Dr Changes.

Issue 48 Clustering, Primary Care Home, End of Life Care Planning, the Herbert Protocol

Issue 49 Safeguarding, See the Signs, Live Well

Issue 50 How can I treat my Hayfever?

Issue 51 Flu 2018/19, GDPR, Asthma Care, Could your drinking be putting your health at risk?

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