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June 2018


We would like to welcome back Dr C Phillips from maternity leave.


Dr Phillips will be working 5 sessions, which for June will be usually on a Wednesday morning, all day Thursday and Friday.  You will be able to pre-book appointments from the 11th June 2018.


Dr James Thompson will continue to work two sessions on a Monday, alongside Dr Jurgita, who will also work other sessions over the week normally on a Tuesday and Friday.


Dr J Mandhar will work 5 sessions usually all day on Tuesday and Wednesday and a Friday morning.


Rachel Brown the Nurse Practitioner will work when available on a Thursday.


We will still run open surgeries each day to primarily see urgent problems.  The open surgeries will be run by the duty GP or Nurse Practitioner; both are able to deal with most acute problems and can issue prescriptions.

Clinics & Services

In addition to GP consultations the practice adheres to the General Medical Services Contract for the provision of healthcare services: glucometer1

Chronic Disease Management 

  • Asthma
  • COPD
  • Coronary heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • Hypertension

Additional Services

  • Alcohol advice
  • Blood pressure checks
  • Blood tests - these are done by the nurse during morning appointments only.
  • Cervical smears
  • Child health surveillance -  Telephone Grantham Health Visitors 01522 308800, Melton Mowbray Health Visitors 01664 855560.
  • Dietary advice
  • Dressings & removal of stitches pregnant_bp
  • Family planning - including coils, implants and emergency contraception.
  • Maternity services - antenatal and postnatal care in conjunction with the midwife. A clinic is held fortnightly on Wednesdays (starting 13/09/17) at the surgery.
  • Physiotherapy - via a doctor referral.
  • Vaccinations and immunisations - including travel. The practice is a registered yellow fever centre.
  • NHS Health Check - between the ages of 40 and 74 
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