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Due to a rise in the rate of infection of Covid, and the fact that two doctors have been absent recently after catching the disease, we have reluctantly taken the decision to temporarily re-introduce face mask wearing in the surgery. WE ask for you co-operation for the next few weeks


Dr Neale will be taking a sabbatical until the end of October. She is volunteering for a medical charity in Zambia. Dr Yasoda Dupaguntla, who has been at Water Meadow for the past year is looking after her patients.


We are introducing a new, same-day, GP community pharmacist consultation service to help you receive quality care and support for minor health conditions, more quickly by accessing care from your local pharmacist. For more information click here

First Contact Practitioner (FCP)

We are delighted to announce that we have employed the services of a first contact practitioner (FCP) to provide much-needed additional services within the practice, that is, assessment of musculoskeletal injuries such as soft tissue injuries, sprains, strains, sports injuries, back pain, neck pain and spinal related pain in arms or legs.

The receptionist will now offer you an appointment with the FCP if you have a musculoskeletal injury. This will help to accelerate your assessment and save you time. For more information click here

Tahir Hameed (Clinical Pharmacist)

We are pleased to announce that we have appointed a pharmacist to work with our team.

His role will be to undertake medication reviews with patients who are on repeat prescriptions. He will also be looking at hospital discharge letters that require changes in patient medication.

If you are on repeat prescription and you have been so for some time it is likely that you may receive a telephone call from Tahir to discuss your medications.

Dr Copas

Dr Copas is changing her role within the Water Meadow Surgery team. She is reducing the number of sessions she works from 4 down to 3 and she will no longer be looking after a list of patients. This means that we will need to transfer the care of her patients to another doctor. We are pleased to announce that we have appointed Dr Anna Milward to take over the list from Dr Copas from the beginning of February. Dr Milward is a very experienced doctor who will be working 5 sessions a week: All day Monday, Tuesday morning and all day Thursday

Dr Hyder

Dr Hyder is about to go on maternity leave for a year. This means that we will have to transfer the care of her patients to another doctor for this period. We are pleased to announce that we have appointed Dr Pathak to take care of Dr Hyder's patients until Dr Hyder returns. Dr Pathak we will work all day Tuesday and all day Thursday.

Live Life Well – Free online education sessions for patients

Statistics show almost 40% of the population have a Long-Term Condition (LTC). To help support those with or at risk of developing a LTC a series of interactive online sessions which cover healthy lifestyle information to ensure individuals understand current advice, guidelines and recommendations has been developed.  Each session will provide useful tips and advice in a non-clinical setting about how to keep well by optimising your diet, physical activity, sleep, mental health and offers you an opportunity to set personal goals to make positive lifestyle changes. For more information about these sessions for the upcoming November dates click here poster . To enrol, you need to phone the enrolment team on the number at the bottom of the poster

Free online support for 11-18 year olds @ Kooth

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