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LATEST NEWS

You can now send secure electronic messages from your computer or mobile device to your named GP.  This is via the Patient Access website or app. Your named GP will respond to your message within 2 working days. 

We hope that patients will find this a convenient way to access advice and healthcare from the surgery. Please do not use it for urgent medical requests. 

A video demonstrating how to use this service can be seen here.

More details about this and other online patient services can be found in the ONLINE SERVICES section of this website.

 

 

Practice Management

Mr Colin Johnson-Rose MBE (m)

 

As Practice Manager, Colin ensures the practice meets its agreed aims and objectives within an efficient, safe and effective working environment.  He is responsible for all the non-medical staff and is the first point of contact with regards to patient complaints, suggestions or enquiries regarding our Practice Patient Group.  To contact the PM please email him at elizabeth.avenuegp@nhs.net as all initial contacts to the surgery have to be made this way.

Administration

Susan Breuilly

 

Sue works upstairs in the office and deals with various behind-the-scenes aspects of daily surgery life. This includes finances, Health and Safety, clinical rota management, IT problems, premises management and non-clinical patient welfare such as insurance forms, and medical report requests.  

Reception

Ann, Sonia, Yvonne, Bina and Joe are our receptionists.  They have a key front-of-house role in helping patients at reception and on the phone, and managing the repeat prescriptions. 

They also perform a wide range of other roles in the surgery ranging from keeping track of all new births to providing a smoking cessation service.

As you might expect, their role is often busy and demanding, so we would ask you to please be patient when waiting to speak to them at reception or on the phone.

 

 
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