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PRACTICE MERGER

We are delighted to announce that Westrop Medical Practice will be merging with Hermitage Surgery on the 30th November 2017.  Please see our Practice Merger page for more information.

APPOINTMENTS 

IT IS POSSIBLE THAT YOUR PROBLEM COULD BE DEALT WITH BY TALKING TO THE DOCTOR OR A TRIAGE NURSE ON THE TELEPHONE SO PLEASE MENTION THIS WHEN YOU SPEAK TO THE RECEPTIONIST.   PLEASE HELP BY DISCUSSING YOUR PROBLEM WITH THEM.

IF YOU ARE CALLING BECAUSE OF BACK OR JOINT PAIN PLEASE LET THE RECEPTIONIST KNOW. THE DUTY DOCTOR WILL CALL YOU BACK TO DISCUSS YOUR SYMPTOMS AND DECIDE IF AN INITIAL ASSESSMENT WITH THE PHYSIOTHERAPIST IS THE BEST COURSE OF ACTION.  THANK YOU.THE DOCTORS

WHY DOES THE RECEPTIONIST NEED TO ASK WHAT'S WRONG WITH ME?

Reception information 

 

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From time to time Medical and Nursing students are attached to the surgery. If you do not want them present at your consultation please inform the receptionist.

Keeping up to date

The Practice is very keen to be proactive in keeping all staff up to date. The Doctors have a dedicated educational morning once a month with only a duty doctor being available for emergencies at that time. Although this restricts the appointments available at these times we believe it is of benefit to everyone for these sessions to continue. Other staff attend updates organised both internally and externally as appropriate.

 
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