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									                 The Village Practice
               Newsletter Autumn 2012




Our newsletter aims to keep you updated with what’s new and any changes
that happen within the Practice throughout the year.

Seasonal Flu vaccine

Well folks, it’s that time of year again when we are doing our flu clinics. Please
can we remind you that if you suffer from any of the following or are over 65
then it is highly recommended you have your flu vaccination :-
Chronic heart or breathing complaints (including Asthma), Chronic Kidney or
Liver disease, Diabetes, Lowered immunity due to a disease or treatment such
as steroid medication or cancer treatment or any other serious medical
condition.
If you are unsure we will be only too happy to advise.
This year we will be running two Saturday morning drop-in clinics for those
patients who have received a letter in the post, these will be September 29th &
October 6th and will run between 8am and 1pm. (No appointment necessary)

Did Not Attend

Our text messaging service has been a resounding success as our wasted
appointments have dropped by a massive 75%, so thank you for attending or
cancelling your appointment with us. Please advise us of an up-to-date mobile
number, if you haven’t already done so.

New GP’s to the practice

Dr Manzoor is our new registrar and he will be with us for the next 12 months.
We also have Dr Adaramodu (known as Dr Wumi) who will be with us for 6
months and she is a year 1 registrar. Both of these doctors are fully qualified.

Doctors Special Interests
Dr Doel’s special interests include Ophthalmology, Minor Surgery & Medical
Education.

Dr Newiss’s special interests include Family Planning & Women’s Health.

Dr Pandya’s special interests include Teenage Issues, Women’s Health, Minor
Surgery, Dermatology & Research.

Dr Steiner’s special interests include Child Health & Women’s Health.

Dr Sobha’s special interests include Minor Surgery & Diabetes.

GP Of The Year

Dr Newiss was nominated for the Evening Gazettes “GP of the year” and she
managed to come runner-up so a special WELL DONE to her.

Dr Nagaraju

We would like to pass on our congratulations to Dr Nagaraju who has passed her
final exams and is now a fully qualified GP.
Good Luck in your new practice.


Our next newsletter will be circulating around Christmas time.

								
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