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Influenza Vaccinations

Please note we are now booking appointment for patients in  at-risk groups to have their annual influenza vaccinations.  The clinics are being held on Saturday mornings between 27th September and 1 November 2014.  These clinics are purely for giving the influenza vaccination and no other advice can be given during this appointment. 

Practice Training Sessions 2014

The practice will be closed on the following Wednesday afternoons for staff training:

15th October, 19th November 

Crich Area Patient Group Survey 2014

Crich Area Patient Group are running a survey to get your thoughts on the practice.  To complete on-line please click on the link below or call in at one of the surgeries to collect a paper copy.

Minor Injuries Units

Please note that from Monday 25th November 2013 the opening time for both Ripley and Whitworth MIUs will change.  They will be open from 8am to 10pm daily.  Please follow link for press release regarding this.

GP Surgeries

baby2The doctors work in partnership and they all provide general medical care, maternity, contraceptive advice, minor surgery, health promotion and child health surveillance services.  We are able to fit IUCD (contraceptive coils) in Practice and this service is performed by Dr Sarah Savage and Dr Yolanda Diez following an initital consultation with her.

Chronic Disease And Follow Ups

Patients with chronic diseases will be reviewed regularly often at the times of their medication review. Please alternate between the doctor and nurse to ensure your benefit from the full care. From 1 April 2004 certain standards have been set by the Government for the care of chronic disease which can only be achieved by seeing the nurse as well as the doctor.

We ask however that you see the same doctor for follow-up of chronic diseases and other problems so that he/she is in a good position to oversee your care.


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