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We have a MESH pharmacist working for us who will be contacting patients to arrange a Home Visit to do a Medication Review. She will not ask for your address as she has all your information to hand. If anyone rings you and asks for your address please contact the surgery immediately.

Latest News

Mental Health in Primary Care Research Event-1st  May 2018

poster under promotional events.

See useful links for information about Pharmacy 2 u

Information about the Foodbank in useful links.

Next Patient Group Meeting Monday 25th June at Wrose.

 Everyone welcome

Free Basic Life Support Training for Carers and Patients

aged 65+ in January 2018 at Rockwell and Wrose.

Bookings being taken-if you would like to take part ring

Jeannette on 01274 612245.

 New Transport Service for Disabled People. See useful

links bullet point for details. 

"If you have any special communication needs eg; If you

wear a hearing aid or have poor vision, poor memory or

cannot read very well" please mention this to any member

of practice staff so that it can be flagged up on your medical

records and improve your access to heathcare.

There is a new NHS project to help people manage their long
term medicines, please see the bullet point under Further
Worried about your Memory? Dementia is a growing problem - 
Dont be afraid to mention it. 
BE CLEAR ON CANCER CAMPAIGN - If you have blood in
your urine at any time, do not ignore it.
Friends and Family test has now started and we would be
grateful if you could give us your thoughts about Rockwell
and Wrose practice. New Service-Patient online gives
patients access to their Medical Records. Please register
at reception (ID required). Are you a Carer? Please ask our
staff if you would like to know more about Carer Support.
Appointment waiting - if you have waited longer than 20
minutes to see the doctor please mention it to the reception


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