District nurses can be called upon to visit patients who cannot leave their homes. The doctor, or sometimes the hospital will arrange this.
IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapy) - we now have a therapist from this team working at the surgery.
Antenatal clinics are conducted by our community midwife on Tuesdays by appointment. These community-based antenatal clinics compliment any hospital clinic appointment and scans. They provide an opportunity for parents to prepare and be monitored safely through pregnancy as well as liaising with mum's own GP if problems arise.
Occasionally you may be asked if you would mind if a trainee (medical student, GP trainee or Junior Doctor) be present at your consultation. If you object to this please indicate this when asked by the receptionist or practitioner prior to the start of the consultation. Although it is important to help train the next generation of practitioners, we appreciate that you may not wish this for any or all of your own consultations.
We are delighted to welcome Dr Rosalind Pool and Dr Alicia Jones and Dr Rachel Reed who is our newest GP Registrar, to our team.
Dr Pool, Dr Jones and Dr Reed will be with us until August 2018.
01788 540860 01788 540860
Out-of-Hours Medical Care
If you need urgent medical advice when our practice is closed, a clinician is always available in the evening, nights, weekends, public holidays and on protected learning afternoons (staff training). Please telephone NHS Warwickshire Out of Hours Service (Care UK) on 111 and your call will be re-directed to the Out-of-Hours Service.