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You can now book your appointment and order your prescriptions on line using EMIS ACCESS - Please ask at Reception for an Emis Access PIN. 



Surgery is Closed for Staff Training between 1.00 and 5.00pm

January - no training afternoon

February - Wednesday 5th

March - Wednesday 4th

Physician Assistants

Mr Jack Callaghan (m)

What are Physician Associates?

Physician associates (PAs) are medically trained, generalist healthcare professionals, who work alongside doctors and provide medical care as an integral part of the multidisci-plinary team. Physician associates are dependent practi-tioners working with a dedicated medical supervisor, but are able to work autonomously with appropriate support.

How Can PAs help the NHS?

Physician associates increase the numbers of the medical workforce and increase access to quality care for patients. They act in an enabling role, helping to reduce the healthcare teams workload, and bring new talent to the NHS, adding to the skill mix within the teams.

What Qualifications do PAs have? Physician associate courses in the UK all follow a national curriculum and competence framework.

All physician associates must have a:

• relevant degree (for example bioscience or healthcare-related) and

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Mr Robert Jones (m)

Health Visitors

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.
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