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We would like your views about the Practice. We are asking if patients would like to give their email address so we can contact you every now and again to ask some questions. Your contact details will only be used for this purpose and will be kept safely.

If you would like to be involved please print and complete this form and return to reception at any site.

Patient Participation Group

We are sad to announce that Dr Jason Shirley-Mansell will be leaving us at the beginning of December for pastures new. We would like to thank him for all his hard work and we wish him every success in his new post.

All 3 sites will be closed on Thursday 19th December from 12 till 2pm. If you need to contact a doctor urgently during this time please telephone 01276 670056

From 15th January 2020, our Heatherside site will be open on a Wednesday afternoon until 6pm on a temporary basis

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We are a training practice and you may be offered an appointment with a GP Registrar. These doctors are fully qualified will have had experience in several hospital specialties. Some are completing their specialist training as a GP (ST3), others are in their first year of GP specialist training (named ST1) and split their time between general practice and a hospital post.

We also train Foundation Doctors. These hospital based qualified doctors are training to become registered with the GMC (General Medical Council). They are not necessarily training to be GP's and are doing the job as part of the wider experience needed for registration.

We also teach medical students and sometimes you may be asked to see the doctor or nurse with a student present. You will always be asked beforehand if this is acceptable and you may ask for the student to withdraw if you prefer to have your consultation in private.

 
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