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Medical Students

Medical students and Nursing students attend the practice from time to time. We hope that you will co-operate with us and help the students to learn about general practice. However, you will be informed of their presence in advance, and if you do not want them to be present at a consultation, your wishes will be respected. This will not affect your treatment in any way.

Community Midwives

Midwife (f)

The Community Midwife is currently covers our Health Centre and holds ante-natal clinics fortnightly on a Wednesdays and Fridays.

Attached Staff

Community Nurses

Community Matron Caroline Coombs is based at this Health centre, and supported by Jane Butland with Hilary and Adreana.   The Community Nursing Service operates seven days a week and messages may be left at reception or by selecting the message option on the main Health Centre telephone number during opening hours. Urgent messages will be responded to the same day. Patients already on the nursing caseload are able to contact the Community Nurses direct by mobile phone if necessary.

Physiotherapist

Penny Kennedy & Helen Norris are the Physiotherapists who cover two days a week at the Health Centre. If you feel you would benefit from physiotherapy please either complete a self referral form available from reception or make an appointment to discuss this with one of the doctors.

Counsellor

A qualified Counsellor visits the surgery fortnightly.  If you are anxious or have a problem and feel you would benefit from talking to a counsellor please make an appointment to discuss this with your doctor who would refer you to Barbara if appropriate.

Podiatrist

An NHS Podiatrist visits the health centre every Wednesday & an NHS Podiatry Assistant visits fortnightly on a Monday. In order to see the Podiatrist, you must be referred by either your GP or another Health Professional. Please note that appointments for both these services are not made from the health centre and patients can experience long waiting times for non urgent referrals.

Please refer to the section on this website titled "Useful Services" to find out more about Chiropody services locally.

 

 

 

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