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Patient Participation Group meeting

We would like to invite any interested patient to attend our bi-monthly meeting to discuss health issues dear to your heart.

Next meeting : Thursday 23rd January 6.30 at the Practice.

All new members welcome.

THANK YOU

£210 raised for Storey Park Play Park!

Thank you to all patients and staff for your contribution to our Xmas Raffle 2019.

We raised £210 for Storey Park play park.

£310 raised for St Mary's Hospice

Thank you, again, to all participants and sponsors to last year's Coniston to Barrow Walk.

£310 raised towards the running of the hospice.

 

WE WELCOME ALL NEW PATIENTS TO THE PRACTICE

We have a mix of female and male GPs, nurses and health care assistants to provide all your health care needs.

To register, call in to collect a form from the reception desk. 

 

WANT AN EVENING APPOINTMENT? : The Practice is open until 7.30pm each Tuesday and Thursday for appointments with GPs, telephone consultations and appointments with nurses.

PRACTICE TRAINING DATES FOR 2020

We will close from 1pm on the following dates for GP and staff training:

Thursday 16th JANUARY 

Wednesday 12th February

Thursday 19th March

 

Yellow Fever vaccination: from 1st April 2019 the fee for yellow fever will increase to £100, which includes an admin fee of £25

 

General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) Please read our Privacy notice.MSMP Patient Privacy Notice.

Hard copy available at reception desk.

Want a GP appointment at the weekend? Furness General or Westmorland General? Book at reception or ring direct : 03000 247 247 CHOC poster 112018

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 The CQC Inspection Report for this Practice has been published - We are a GOOD practice. To view the report click here

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