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In addition to our services for the community, we are also a training practice. This means that we have a GP Registrar and, at times, medical students working alongside the doctors. A GP Registrar is a fully qualified and experienced doctor at the start of their career in general practice. They are invited to join the practice for a period of time in order to gain further experience in the field. Medical Students are instructed at our practice from time to time. You may be asked if you mind a student sitting in on your consultation or spending some time with you to discuss your health.
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The practice nurses provide regular reviews and follow up for patients with:
Other services provided are:
(Please contact the receptionists who will arrange a telephone call with the practice nurse for initial Travel Health Assessments).
Our practice manager has the task of coordinating the administrative and financial side of the practice. If there are any comments on the administrative side of the practice, good or bad, please pass them on in person or by letter. The practice is open to new ideas and would like to encourage patients to bring them forward. The practice has an in-house complaints procedure. Please contact the practice manager if you have any complaints.
Deputy Practice Manager
The District Nursing Team is based at the practice and can offer a wealth of experience and expertise in Home Nursing. They accept referrals from professionals and members of the public.
District nurses can be contacted for advice at 01270 250820 between 08:00 and 17:00 and have an answering machine.
We work closely with the health visitors who are based in Eagle Bridge Health Centre. Their aims are to promote health and prevent ill health. They monitor the health and development of children and their families. They can usually be contacted between 09:00 and 10:00 on 01270 275593.
Dieticians provide expert advice about weight reduction and special diets. A dietician attends Grosvenor all day on Tuesdays. The doctor or nurse will arrange an appointment, if appropriate. The Dietician provides individual counselling for many conditions and, if requested, we are willing to arrange group sessions for weight reduction.
The practice has access to full time physiotherapists who are based at the new Eagle Bridge health centre. The doctor will be able to refer you to the physiotherapist when appropriate.