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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.

Community Midwives

A community midwife can be contacted at St. Mary’s Hospital, Melton  Mowbray on 01664 854854.  They also hold a clinic at the surgery on the second and fourth Wednesday in each month.

Community Nurses

The duties of the district nurse include visiting housebound patients of any age in their homes, giving practical assistance of offering professional advice.  Each patient’s needs are assessed and the care/treatment is planned accordingly. The doctor, practice nurse or hospital (if recently discharged) will arrange this for you.

Health Visitors

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.

The Health visitor may be contacted by telephoning:

Grantham Health Clinic 01476 590805 for Lincolnshire patients

Melton Children's Community House 01664 855560 for Leicestershire patients

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