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Practice half day closures for staff training:-

Thursday 21st July

Tuesday 13th September

Tuesday 11th October

Wednesday 16th November


Trent Meadows Medical Practice

doctor and babyThe surgeries cover two defined localities which serve in excess of 11,700 patients. Our current clinical team is made up of 7 GPs, 2 of whom are part time, a very able and qualified Nurse Practitioner, 3 Nurses and 2 Health Care Assistants. In addition to which we have a Practice Manager, a Patient Liaison Manager and a Medical Secretarial team, a friendly and very capable receptionist team and administrative support throughout the practice at every level.

Our aim is to provide all our patients with a friendly, professional service where they and their families can expect a prompt and understanding approach, complete confidence and assistance with their needs. To be able to do this all our staff have been trained to ask specific questions so they can direct you to the appropriate clinician in a manner which best suit your needs.

We operate a full practice service, running specialist clinics for many patient needs e,g. pregnant women, childhood immunisation programmes, smoking cessation, minor injuries etc and under the General Medical Services Contract, we aim to see all our patients suffering from long term conditions at least once a year for a full check up and review.

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