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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.

Advanced Care Planning

FREE WORKSHOPS IN ADVANCED CARE PLANNING

After our Matters of Life and Death Open Day in May, we decided to build on the positive response and feedback and have arranged four further Special Advanced Workshops, with participants to elaborate on their area of expertise.

Dates, subjects and speakers of these sessions are:

 

 
Wednesday 18/01/2017       Advanced Care Planning workshop in the Sonning Common Village Hall
                 10.30 - 12.00
Matters of Life and Death Open day -1st March 20017 - click here to read all about it Poster.
The plan is to have a short reminder of the importance of Advanced Care Planning, after which the speaker(s) can take the stage for about 1 hour, allowing for Q&A's.
 
All sessions are FREE for everyone, no need to be registered at SC Health Centre.
If there is a lot of interest for any of the sessions we can use the Sonning Common Village Hall.
You may come to as many of the sessions as you wish, but please book a place and leave your contact details. 
1. Email schcreception@nhs.net
2. Telephone 0118 9722188
3. Drop in a note at SC Health Centre reception
 
For more information please refer to SC Health Centre website or contact reception as above. 
Leaflets will be at reception with details of above sessions and for you to register a place.
 
Dr. Ellen, Pam and Rika


 
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