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We are experiencing problems with intermittent callers getting an unobtainable tone. This has been reported to NELCSU support. They are investigating the problem Monday 12th June 2017

If you would like to submit a complaint or suggestions for improvements to our services please do so by submitting it in writing to Dawn Lait the Practice Manager

Community Midwives

Our community midwives are attached to (UHL) Lewisham Hospital and provide antenatal care to expectant mothers and postnatal care at home after delivery. They hold first midwife booking appointments which are an hour long on Tuesdays from 9.30am - 12 & 1pm - 5pm & follow up antenatal clinics on Wednesdays 9.15am - 12.15pm & 1.30 - 4.00pm. Pregnant women do not need to see a GP to be referred to the midwife, please contact the surgery to book an appointment for this clinic.

Community Nurses

A team of disctrict nurses are attached to the surgery and provide care for the housebound

Attached Staff

Counsellors The practice has one female counsellor, Linda Osborn to help patients with emotional problems. They operate on a brief interventional basis, offering up to six sessions to patients. Those patients who require more intensive or longer term emotional support may be referred to more appropriate services. Patients are referred by doctors and other members of the primary health care team. Child Mental Health Team We are fortunate to have specialists who can offer support and treatment to children with emotional difficulties and their families. Martin Roberts and his team only accept referrals from the doctors and other health professionals. Community Drugs Project The CDP offers assessment, support and advice on all aspects of drug use. They hold sessions at the surgery on a Wednesday by appointment only. Patients wishing to use the service will need to be seen by their doctor first. The medical staff and CDP work together closely and will always respect your confidentiality. Chiropody The health centre provides a chiropody service to local residents. Appointments can be booked via the chiropody clerk in the health centre. Citizens Advice Bureau A Citizens Advice worker holds a morning session once a week 10.00am - 12 noon.
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