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Supporting Carers Week - 11th to 17th June.  Click here for more information from Carers Matter Norfolk.

Latest newsletter published - click here.

Click here for the latest CCG 'patient and carers guide to support for people with dementia'.  This has a range of useful contacts.

The Practice is pleased to support the new St Georges Dementia Support Group in Stoke Holy Cross.  For further information call 01508 493661. 

Visit the Dementia Friendly Norfolk website at www.dementiafriednlynorfolk.com

The breast screening unit which was in Poringland in the spring has now left the area.  For patients that missed their appointment or are outside the screening age but can request screening once every three years, should call the screening team on 01603 287777. 

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Happy Birthday NHS - 70 on 5th July 2018.  See our special newsletter.

Do you know about Sepsis - see our latest newsletter and the article below

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From 1st April, prescription fees are £8.80 per item - time to consider pre-payment?  Ask for details.

Patient consultation on repeat prescriptions.

Accessibility standards - do we communicate well enough with you?  If not, please tell us how you would like us to communicate with you. 

Heathgate is a dementia friendly practice!

Electronic prescriptions are here..... talk to us or your pharmacy

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Your accountable GP - see the information on the home page

Contractual obligation - GP earnings declared

Extended clinics on Friday mornings from 7am and Wednesday evenings until 7.30pm

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