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We welcome new doctors in training to the practice - Dr Martin Owen will be working with Dr Dibble, Dr Rasha Moghadam will be working with Dr Larchet and Dr Dibble and Dr Harriet Cosh will be working with Dr Varma.

As you can imagine, our telephone lines are busiest between 8am and 10am.  It would be really appreciated if patients ringing for a routine appointment or other routine matter could avoid those times. Thank you.

We are now taking bookings for flu vaccinations.  We have two Saturday clinics on 7th October and 21st October.  If you are eligible we will already have ordered your flu vaccination so we ask you to support the practice and have the flu jab at the surgery rather than at a pharmacy.

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