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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.

Apart from our normal surgeries between 8.30am and 6.00pm, we are also open at the following times:

Wednesday evening

GP surgery from 6.30 – 8.30pm.  This surgery is usually run by Dr Burnett. All appointments must be pre-booked.

Family Planning clinic from 6.30 – 8.00pm.  This clinic is run by a nurse and is available for contraceptive advice, coil checks and fitting, smears and any other well woman issues. All appointments must be pre-booked.

Saturday morning

We run a GP surgery from 8.10 – 10.10am on some Saturday mornings. All appointments are pre-bookable. There are no walk-in appointments. Please click here  to check the schedule - which is also displayed in our window by reception.

These surgeries are aimed at patients who are unable to attend the surgery during normal weekday working hours.

Please call our appointments line on (0118) 972 2745 to make an appointment. 

Our doctors normally consult as follows:  

Dr BurnettMonday         yesyes
 Wednesdayyesyes (plus evening clinic)
 Thursday noyes
Dr EmersonMonday            yesyes
Dr RonayMonday yesyes
Dr DruryMondayyesyes
Dr EllenTuesdayyesyes
Dr McKinlayTuesdayyesyes
 ThursdayAbbeycrest clinic no
Dr HarrisMondayyesyes

Available at the surgery Monday to Friday, dependent on their individual training timetable

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