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Contacting the practice

You may have experienced a delay when contacting us by phone recently. If so, then we do apologise. It is taking us longer to answer calls than usual at the moment because a full-time member of our administration team left at short notice. Our new colleagues Jane and Becky started work with us in mid-March, and so are working through their training.

 If you are registered for online services you can book appointments, order prescriptions, and view your rest results online. Please use this service, which is reliable, quick and secure. You can register at the front desk.

Thank -you for your understanding. We are happy to receive any feedback - please use the Contact Us tab at the top right hand corner of the page.

Camilla Hawkes, Practice Manager, 31.3.17

21st October 2016 8.00am

Dr Field is reducing the number of sessions she works at St Martin’s each week to pave her way towards retirement, while at the same time enabling our other newer GPs to increase their responsibilities gradually and in a planned way.

Working fewer sessions means that Dr Field will be offering fewer appointments each week so her wait time may rise.

Dr Field will be retiring and so leaving St Martin’s by the end of 2017. This will be a great loss to the practice and she will be very much missed by both staff and patients.

If Dr Field is your regular GP then we encourage you to consider getting to know one or two other GPs now for your routine pre-booked appointments. We have had a number of new doctors join the team in the past year, our full team is shown on the Practice Staff page.

Thank you for your continuing support for the practice.

Drs Adams, Gordon, Field, Oxley, Dalton

 

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