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NOTICE

TO ALL OUR PATIENTS

 

Can we please ask for your help and support for the practice over the next few months?

 

As you know, Dr Hee has retired and Dr Swift is starting her maternity leave. We are aware that it will be more difficult to book an appointment during this period and we are working as hard as we can to reduce any impact on our patients. We have been successful in recruiting three new GPs who will be starting over the next few months.

 

Although this is a period of change, we are very optimistic and excited about the future of the practice.

 

Thank-you for bearing with us during this period of transition.

 

Dr Kath Markus, Dr Josie Wenham and Dr Kathryn Lucas (The Partners)

Closure Dates

One Wednesday afternoon per month both surgeries will be closed from 12:30 for 'Quality Educational Study Time' (QUEST). This protected time is authorised and arranged by the local clinical commissioning group and provides practices with a small amount of protected time to concentrate on essential training and quality issues.

During the time the practice is closed, urgent problems are dealt with by Derbyshire Health United (DHU), our local out of hour’s service provider. Patients should telephone ‘111’ (this is a free call from both landlines and mobile phones) and DHU will assess your symptoms/conditions and direct you to the most appropriate point of care for your particular needs.

Closure Dates for 2018 / 19

Forthcoming Quest dates:

2018

June 13th

July 11th

August 8th

September 12th

October 10th

November 14th

December 12th

2019

January 9th

February 13th

March 13th

Bank Holiday Closing:

Monday May 28th 2018 - Spring Bank holiday

Monday August 27th 2018 - Summer Bank holiday

Tuesday December 25th 2018 - Christmas Day

Wednesday December 26th 2018 - Boxing Day

Tuesday January 1st 2019 - New Years Day

 
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