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As you may know Dr Dibble is retiring from the practice at the beginning of August after 29 years service. We are delighted to say that his replacement will be Dr Jegard who has been with us for the last year as Dr Dibble's registrar.  All of Dr Dibble's patients will be automatically transferred to Dr Jegard.

From Monday, 15 June, patients coming to the surgery for a to face-to-face appointment for any of our services must wear a face covering in line with the Government’s guidance. This doesn’t need to be a surgical mask, it can be as simple as a scarf, but does need to cover your nose and mouth. Please make it a priority to help us help you. For any queries regarding face masks please refer to the Government's advice here - https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/face-coverings-when-to-wear-one-and-how-to-make-your-own

 

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