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Dr Connan News

Dr Peter Connan will be retiring from General Practice at the end of June 2018.

Dr Connan has taken the lead in many specific areas including the Patient Group. After more than 27 years of dedication and commitment to Huntingdon Road and Girton Surgeries we understand that this will be sad news for his patients, as it has been for us all here. However, we would of course like to wish Dr Connan the very best and a most enjoyable, lengthy retirement.

We are in the process of recruiting several new members of staff, including a new Doctor – details of which we will announce as soon as we are able.

Next Patient Group Meeting "Ask the Experts"  

You will get the chance to pose your questions to the panel of GP's, Practice Nurses and reception staff on Wednesday 21st February from 6.30pm. All registered patients welcome, do come along.

Sign up for SystmOnline

Registering with SystmOnline allows you to book an appointment with your Doctor online, and order repeat prescriptions. Just pop into reception with a form of identification (passport or drivers licence) and we can sign you up on the spot! You will be given a user name and password and you can login to SystmOnline from our homepage. You will need to wait 24 hours for the registration to be live.

 

DNA (Did Not Attend) Appointments

If you are unable to attend an appointment that you have booked, please let us know so that we can offer that appointment to someone else that needs it.

Are you a Carer?

Are you caring for someone?

Do you look after a family member, partner or friend who needs help because they are ill, frail, disabled or have mental health or substance abuse problems?

Is the care you provide unpaid?

Would you like to be recognised and get some support?

If so either

  • Contact your GP and ask for a Carer's Prescription
  • Or see Carer's Trust

 

 



 
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