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Announcement - Dr Andrew Burnett will retire at the end of March 2017 - please see the attached letter. Dr Burnett retirementIf you are  currently a patient of Dr Burnett, from 1st April your usual GP will be Dr Claire Webster if your surname is A-J and Dr Nick Smith if your surname is K-Z. You can of course see any of our GPs, subject to availability. 

Some of you would have received a text message announcement.  Please contact Reception if you would like to receive text message announcements but we don't have your mobile details on record.

Health Visiting Team

Health Visitors - Emily Bullock, Amanda Spiers, Helen Murray

Community Staff Nurse - Angela Richards

Administrator - Wendy Marsden

Health Visiting for the Sonning Common area is covered by the Chiltern Villages Health Visiting Team (incorporating Sonning Common, Nettlebed, Woodcote & Goring) and is available Monday to Friday, 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.

Our main office for administrative purposes is at Sonning Common Health Centre, the direct dial telephone number is 0118 972 1610 and our e-mail address is OxfordHealth.CVHV@nhs.net.  We are however, happy to conduct consultations at any of the bases and often visit patients in their own homes or meet at local Children’s centres.  We hold regular ‘drop in’ clinics at
  • Rainbow Children’s Centre on Chiltern Edge School site in Reades Lane, Sonning Common on Thursdays, from 1.00 pm - 2.30 pm
  • Nettlebed Surgery in Wanbourne Lane, Nettlebed on the first Tuesday of the month, from 9.45 am – 10.45 am
  • Goring Surgery on the last Tuesday of the month, from 1.00 pm - 2.30 pm.
  • Woodcote Village Hall every Tuesday, from 10.00 am to 11.00 am.

Health Visitors are qualified nurses or midwives with specialist public health training.  We are trained in child development and protecting children.  We are able to support you in pregnancy and will see you once your baby is born.  We are also able to provide support and advice to you within our child health clinics and at any time until your child becomes five years of age. Our teams also include community staff nurses, nursery nurses and health care support workers.

Health visitors work to promote equal health opportunities, promote health and provide services to individuals, families and communities.

 

 
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