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THE MALTHOUSE SURGERY HAS REMAINED OPEN AND CONTINUED TO SEE PATIENTS FACE TO FACE WHERE REQUIRED THROUGHOUT THE PANDEMIC, WITH ALL STAFF WORKING OUT OF THE SURGERY NOT HOME BASED. DUE TO COVID 19 AND THE REQUIREMENT FOR SOCIAL DISTANCING WE ARE LIMITED TO HOW MANY PATIENTS CAN ENTER THE SURGERY.  ONLY CALL THE SURGERY FOR URGENT ON THE DAY APPOINTMENTS WHICH INITIALLY WILL BE A TELEPHONE OR VIDEO CONSULTATION.  FOR ALL ROUTINE APPOINTMENTS PLEASE USE E CONSULT WHICH CAN BE ACCESSED VIA THIS WEBSITE. ANY PATIENT WHO AFTER TRIAGE NEEDS A FACE TO FACE CONSULTATION WILL BE SEEN IN THE SURGERY. MANY PATIENTS ARE BEING SEEN FACE TO FACE WEEKLY WITHIN THE COVID LIMITATIONS PLACED ON US, INCLUDING FOR REGULAR BLOOD TESTS, CHRONIC DISEASE REVIWS ETC.  

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DR LUCY BELL MOVED ON 1 FEB 2020 TO A ROLE WITHIN THE PRACTICE WHERE SHE WILL HOLD SESSIONS ON A THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, BUT WILL NOT HAVE A REGISTERED PATIENT LIST. PATIENTS REGISTERED WITH DR BELL WILL BE TRANSFERRED TO THE GP WHO RECENTLY LOOKED AFTER YOU DURING DR BELLS MATERNITY LEAVE.

A REMINDER DR BILL BRACE HAS REDUCED HIS SESSIONS BY A THIRD. WE KNOW WHAT A GREAT SERVICE DR BRACE PROVIDES TO ALL HIS PATIENTS, HOWEVER, THIS MOVE DOES MEAN HE CANNOT ALWAYS BE AVAILABLE AS READILY AS IN THE PAST. MANY OF HIS PATIENTS HAVE NOW BEEN REGISTERED WITH AN ALTERNATIVE GP. THOSE AFFECTED WILL HAVE RECEIVED A LETTER TELLING WHO YOUR NEW REGISTERED GP IS.

DR MING HAS NOW LEFT THE MALTHOUSE SURGERY TO TAKE UP A ROLE IN A SURGERY NEARER TO HIS HOME.

DR VICTOR DAVID-WEST JOINED US OFFICIALLY ON 1 JUNE 2020 AND FROM 1 JULY 2020 PATIENTS PREVIOUSLY REGISTERED WITH DR MING TRANSFERRED TO DR DAVID WEST

DR CHRISTINA MILLWARD RETURNED FROM MATERNITY LEAVE IN SEPTEMBER & DR TANYA VIRDEE HAS JOINED US, DOING 4 SESSIONS A WEEK

AS ALWAYS NO MATTER WHICH GP YOU ARE REGISTERED WITH, PATIENTS CAN BOOK APPOINTMENTS WITH ANY OF OUR GPs.

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