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Dr Gannon

Retirement Notice

 

After 27 years with the Shelley Manor Medical Centre, Dr Gannon is retiring on 30th June 2019. We would like to thank Dr Gannon for her immense contribution to the Practice and the wonderful relationship that she has developed with the many thousands of patients that she has so expertly cared for over the years.

 

Dr Gannon will be missed by us all but I hope you will join us in wishing her an amazing and well deserved retirement. We are pleased to announce that Dr Luke Smith who has helped out at the Practice before will join the Partnership from 1st July 2019.

 

Some of you may still see Dr Gannon from time to time as she will be working for us occasionally to cover holidays etc but for continuity of patient care Dr Gannon’s will no longer hold a patient list; those patients currently registered with Dr Gannon will automatically transfer across the expert care of Dr Smith

Thank You

 

We are proud to advise that our CQC Inspection Result - GOOD!!

please see our report  CQC Inspection Report Dec 2018

EMAIL CHANGE

When contacting the surgery by email please use our email account:

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WE ARE NOW EXTENDING ACCESS TO ROUTINE APPOINTMENTS FROM OUR SHELLEY MANOR SITE ON A MONDAY AND FROM HOLDENHURST SITE ON A TUES EVENINGS TO - APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE UP TO 8PM

WE ARE REGISTERING NEW PATIENTS NOW - COME AND JOIN US

Prescribing over the counter medicine changes - DOUBLE CLICK ON LINK

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