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The Old School Surgery, Hinckley Road, Stoney Stanton, Leicester, email@example.com, LE9 4LJTel: 01455 271442
Please note from the 10th January 2018 Medical Students maybe with the doctor you have an appointment with.
Taking antibiotics encourages harmful bacteria that live inside you to become resistant. That means that antibiotics may not work when you really need them. This puts you and your family at risk of a more severe or longer illness.
Take your doctor or nurse's advice when it comes to antibiotics.
The Old School Surgery are planning to CLOSE Greencroft Annexe from 1st February 2018. Until the New Year we are open for business as usual.
Please see Practice Newsletter link on the right hand side of the home page for the latest edition of the practice newsletter.
Many people don't quite know how to provide feedback on the care they have received from the NHS, but it's incredibly important to have your say so you can help shape and improve your local services.
The NHS Friends and Family Test gives you the chance to provide quick, anonymous feedback on your care and treatment experience. All you have to do is ask to complete the Friends and Family Test in the surgery or complete online by clicking on "take the patient survey" on the home page, and you can say what went well and what you think can be improved.
Your feedback really can help to make a difference to patients' lives. To find out more about the NHS Friends and Family Test please visit:- www.nhs.uk/friendsandfamily
You should dial 111 if you need urgent medical care when the surgery is closed. Please refer to the opening times when we are closed section.
We aim to treat our patients courteously at all times and expect our patients to treat our staff with due respect. We take seriously any threatening, abusive or violent behaviour against any of our staff or patients.
If a patient is violent or abusive they will be warned to stop such behaviour. If they persist, we may exercise our right to take action to have them removed, immediately if necessary, from our list of patients.
MBChB Sheffield 1996 MRCGP DRCOG DFRSH PgDLMonday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
MB ChB Birmingham 1995 MRCGP DRCOG DFFPWednesday, Thursday, Friday
MBChB Bristol 2003 MRCGPMonday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
MB ChB 2012 University of Birmingham MRCGP 2017 BMedSciMonday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
MB BS 2014 University of Newcastle upon TyneMonday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
RGNMonday, Tuesday, Thursday (PM)
Our nurses will help you with minor injuries, removal of stitches, ear syringing. They can also advise on asthma, diabetes, travel immunisation, diets, alcohol control, smoking cessation and health checks
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
VacancyWednesday, Thursday, Friday
Karen Smith is our Practice Manager and is responsible for the administration and smooth running of the practice. Our aim is to give the highest possible standard of service. If you are unhappy with anything that has happened to you in the practice, please discuss this with the Practice Manager who will deal with it promptly.
qualifications - Amspar Diploma In Primary Healthcare Management
BETEC Diploma in Health & Social Care
Assistant Practice Manager.
Nikesh is our Community Pharmacist who is working with our clinical team and may contact you for your medication review, Shared care medication monitoring and / or Blood pressure. He will contact you either by phone, letter or by SMS text .
Katie is our Pharmacy technician and she will be working alongside Nikesh our Pharmacist
Work with doctors to provide care for women during pregnancy and after delivery and care for the baby for the first 4 weeks of its life.
Chrissa is our regular Midwife who runs antenatal clinics at the surgery on Fridays.
Visit all families with children under 5. They are particularly expert in child care and development and should be contacted directly on 0116 215 3207 in such matters. They provide information, advice, and support to all age groups, especially in times of stress. Alternatively you could text the CHAT HEALTH Parent line for confidential advice on 075 206 153 82
Kellie is our Health Visitor attached to the surgery .
Sally is our Macmillan Nurse, she Visits and cares for patients with cancer in their home and gives advice/support to their families.
Di is one of our Social prescribers attached to the practice. Social Prescribers connect people with non-medical support, such as day centres, charities, none medical organisations, or community groups, in the community to improve their wellbeing and tackle social isolation.
Louise is one of our Social Prescribers who connect people with non-medical support, such as day centres, charities, none medical organisations or community groups, in the community to improve their wellbeing and tackle social isolation.