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225 Newbridge Road, Hull, East Yorkshire, HU9 2LRTel: 01482 335560
CHANGE OF GP
Our best wishes to Dr Sanjay Duhan who will be leaving in May 2017 after 12 months with the practice.
We have recruited a replacement GP who will join the surgery as Dr Duhan leaves.
On the following dates we will be closing at 12.30pm for staff training and reopening the following day at 8.00am. These are training days provided by, Hull Clinical Commissioning Group and known as PTL events, Protected Time for Learning:-
Tuesday 29th November
Tuesday 24th January
Tuesday 28th February
Our practice manager will be able to help you with any administrative problems you may have with the way our practice is run. Michelle is always looking for ways to improve the services we offer to patients and would welcome any suggestions you have, as well as hear any concerns you may have of services which we provide.
Our reception staff: Carol, Janet, Pam and Sally are here to help you. They may need to ask you further details when you telephone. This is to ensure that we assist you as speedily and as appropriately as is possible. They are bound by the same rules of confidentiality as the doctors and nurses. Their job is very demanding so please be patient.
Health Visitors are qualified nurses with specialist training in child health, health promotion and education and also offer practical support and advice.Every child under 5 years old has access to the Health Visiting Service either in the home or in a community setting such as a clinic or Children’s Centre.
The Health Visiting team consist of Health Visitors, Nursery Nurses and Health Care Assistants, all of whom are trained in the care of children and their families.
Contact and Availability
The Health Visiting teams are available from 8.30 to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday and can be contacted at their team bases. Our team is the East Team and can be contacted as below.
East teamMarfleet Primary Care CentrePreston RoadHullHU9 5UZ
Tel; 01482 344301
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