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Dementia patients being 'dumped in hospital'
22 Jan 2020 00:09
One in 10 dementia patients spends over a month in hospital after being admitted as an emergency.
NHS faces huge clinical negligence legal fees bill
21 Jan 2020 10:56
Doctors' groups say the current system is not fit for purpose and requires "fundamental" reform.
New China virus: US announces first case
21 Jan 2020 21:44
Nearly 300 people have been infected in the coronavirus outbreak, which originated in Wuhan, China.
Sperm donations from dead men should be allowed, study says
21 Jan 2020 00:04
Research suggests the method could help curb a growing shortage of UK donations.
Family told brain-damaged girl no longer qualifies for NHS-funded care
21 Jan 2020 17:07
The home care for a nine-year-old girl with damage to 90% of her brain could be cut, a family is told.
Immune discovery 'may treat all cancer'
20 Jan 2020 17:18
Research is at an early stage but scientists said it had huge potential for destroying cancers.
The Practice Aims
We Undertake To:
Treat you to the very best of our ability, within the resources available to us.
Treat you with courtesy and respect at all times.
Visit you in your home
when you are too ill to come to the surgery.
Provide you with emergency care.
See urgent cases at the earliest opportunity.
Deal with complaints promptly.
What We Expect From You
Treat us with respect and courtesy at all times.
Help the receptionist to help you. Please do not give misleading information in order to secure an urgent appointment if a routine appointment will suffice.
Do not request a home visit unless you are too ill or unfit to travel.
Familiarise yourself with our appointment system and keep your appointment on time.
Let us know when you no longer need an appointment or cannot keep it so that it can be offered to someone else.
Do not ask doctors to see more than one person during one appointment.
Co-operate and be understanding when we are busy or over-stretched and remember that delays can happen, usually because someone needs our help more urgently or is needing more time during a consultation.